2017

wintery logoIT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE

December 7, 8, 15, 16, and 17, 2017

Writer: Joe Landry
Producer: Camilla Ross
Directer: John Reynolds

This beloved American holiday classic comes to captivating life as a live 1940s radio broadcast. With the help of an ensemble that brings a few dozen characters to the stage, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve.


Bill GladwellBill Gladwell LIVE!
Two Thought Minimum
Head Case


October 26 and 28, 2017

Bill Gladwell will read your mind. (That's a lie.)
Bill Gladwell, however, will read your thoughts. (That's the truth.)

Bill consistently stuns audiences across the nation with his live stage shows by providing entertainment that will exceed your expectations. During his 75-minute performance, Bill will seemingly pull thoughts directly from your mind, predict what you will say before it comes out of your mouth, and read you like an open book. 93% of communication is your body language and the way that you say things. That means that most of what you are communicating is not coming out of your mouth. Over the last 28 years, Bill has mastered the unique art of reading and influencing people, and he demonstrates his very particular set of skills in a thought-provoking performance. In short, Bill knows what you are thinking... sometimes even before you do.


hour fartherNOTHING CRAZY

October 28, 2017

Writer: Scott Stephen Kegler
Producer: Camilla Ross
Directer: Nichole Garrison

What's "Nothing Crazy" about? George who is crippled by anxiety, Lila who wrestles with depression. These two strangers hunt for answers through therapy, bar time and each other in the quirky drama.


hour fartherSTOLEN FIRE

July 28 and 29, 2017

written by Cate Mullen
directed by Breinne Reeder
produced by Camilla Ross

Stolen Fire is a tale in the Native American tradition of Coyote Trickster stories, but with a unique twist to the traditional plot. Coyote steals fire, and fire—with all its strengths and weaknesses—plays an essential role. The narrator of the play interacts with the audience while highlighting the concepts of peace and war, cooperation and greed.


hour fartherLOVE LETTERS

February 14, 2017

written by A.R. Gurney
directed by John Reynolds
produced by Camilla Ross

The play centers on Melissa Gardner and Andrew Makepeace Ladd III. Reading letters they discuss their hopes, dreams and disappointments, that have passed between them throughout their separated lives.


 

 

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