A Wild and Wacky Version of the Classic Story
Book By James Devita
Music and Lyrics by Bill Francoeur
DECEMBER 19 & DECEMBER 20, 2016
MONDAY & TUESDAY
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Director - Cory Ott
Musical / Vocal Director - Holly Roby
Take a wildly entertaining trip through Alice’s looking glass to the beat of a hip-hopping soundtrack by Bill Francoeur. This silly adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass depicts the coming-of-age story with fun twists and music audiences of all ages will adore. You’ll recognize some of your favorite characters of Wonderland and meet dozens of new ones along Alice’s journey. As a pawn from the second square of the chessboard, Alice must travel to the eighth square to accomplish her goal of becoming a queen. Each step of her passage brings her face to face with new characters and adventures as well as celebrations when she achieves each aspiration. The lively stage action, zany dialogue, and eclectic mix of toe-tapping tunes will have your audiences grinning like a Cheshire cat!
January 27 - February 4, 2017
Fridays & Saturdays @ 8:15pm
Matinee - Sunday January 29 @ 2:15pm
Tickets: Adults $15 - Seniors / Students $ 12
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Directed by Al Klesh
Musical Director - John Ebner
December 9 - December 10, 2016
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:15 pm
Tickets $ 15.00
Join us for an evening of musical entertainment as Side by Side featuring song stylists Alan Klesh & Mia Hess, pianist John Ebner and percussionist Marty Hess perform a revue of delightful holiday songs wonderfully tied together with a ribbon called Christmas Alphabet.
C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S ...each letter taking us on a musical journey of holiday memories and emotions guaranteed to put you into the holiday spirit!
Let Side by Side take you on a Sleigh Ride!
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The Ultimate Christmas Show (abridged)
Written By Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor
Directed by Jim Volkert
November 25 - December 4, 2016
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:15 pm
Welcome to the Annual Holiday Variety Show and Christmas Pageant at St. Everybody's Non-Denominational Universalist Church, where all faiths are welcome because we'll believe anything. But there's a problem: none of the acts scheduled to perform have arrived, so three members are pressed into service to perform the entire Variety Show and Christmas Pageant by themselves. An irreverent yet heartwarming trip through the holidays, THE ULTIMATE CHRISTMAS SHOW (ABRIDGED) is festive, funny, physical, family fun as these Three Wise Guys send up and celebrate our favorite holiday traditions.
November 25 - December 4, 2016
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:15 pm
Tickets: Adults $12 - Seniors/Students $10
Join us for the ultimate gift exchange!
Bring a gift (clean & cheap) and place it under the tree and take a gift for yourself!
** Gift bags available at the theatre for $ 2.00 **
(all proceeds to benefit the building improvement fund)
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9 Plays by Alex J Nine
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An evening of short plays
Written by Alex J Nine
Directed by Greg Bealer and Kendra Schaefer
Performance Dates: November 4 - November 19, 2016
Fridays & Saturdays @ 8:15 pm
Tickets $ 12.00 / $ 10.00 Seniors-Students
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By Angela D. Stewart
Directed by Carson Coombs and Logan Kornick
FRI AUGUST 12th @ 8:15 pm
SUN AUGUST 14th @ 2:15pm
Emily has a big problem. Not only is she sent to bed just as she reaches the highest level of her new video game, but there’s a monster in her closet! It’s not just her imagination. Her friend Stephanie saw it, too. Suffering the teasing of her brother and his friends, Emily and Stephanie recruit some of their own friends to help capture the monster. What they don’t know is that Murray, the closet monster, doesn’t mean any harm — he only wants to play Emily’s new video game. He’s too scared of kids to even think about trying to frighten them. Murray’s boss, the Dream King, has heard about his goofing off on the job, and now Murray is on probation. Murray’s supervisor, fellow monster Wanda, is not happy with him either. After all, every monster knows that when a child is born, a monster is assigned to watch over her — not to play with her toys and especially not to get caught in the act! What will happen when Emily has all her friends over for a sleepover to try to capture Murray? Even with Emily’s friend Brain’s careful analysis and planning, the girls wind up trapping the Dream King and his secretary, Toady, instead of Murray. With other wonderfully entertaining characters like Sandy the Sandman and his dream weavers, the solution to Emily’s monster problem brings humor, a bit of ingenuity and a little magic to this charming and delightful family show.
Cotton Patch Gospel
July 23 - July 31, 2016
Saturday & Sundays @ 7:00 pm
This “Greatest Story Ever Retold” is based on the book The Cotton Patch Version of Matthew and John by Clarence Jordan in which the Gospel is presented in a setting of rural Georgia with country music songs, the final and perhaps best work of Harry Chapin. As this Gospel begins, they sing that “Somethin’s a-brewin’ in Gainesville.” Herod is the mayor of Atlanta and, inevitably, Christ is lynched by local thugs only to rise again. Drama critics loved this show and so did a broad spectrum of religious commentators.
YOUTH SUMMER THEATRICAL CLASSES
INSTRUCTOR / DIRECTOR JIM VOLKERT
JUNE 6 – 24, 2016 MON. – FRI.
10AM – 2PM
FOR AGES 7 & UP
LEARNING STAGE DIRECTION, VOCALIZATION, IMPROVISATION, MOVEMENT, HOW TO CREATE A CHARACTER, HOW TO WORK WITH OTHER ACTORS HOW TO AUDITION FOR A PART, READING THRU SCRIPTS, STAGE WORK, PROPS, HOW CASTING WORKS, THEATRE ETIQUETTE
STUDENTS WILL WORK ON & PERFORM A PLAY
PERFORMANCES: FRIDAY, JUNE 24 & SATURDAY JUNE 25 @8:15PM
10% DISCOUNT PRE REGISTERING BY MAY 1, 2016
STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE A FREE T-SHIRT
HAVE FUN THIS SUMMER! MEET NEW FRIENDS
EXPLORE YOUR CREATIVITY
Registration forms available on our website
For more information visit our wensite or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (330) 896-0339.
Backstage by Pat Cook
Directed by Kati Miller
Production dates: Friday June 10th & Saturday 11th @ 8:15 pm
Tickets Adults $ 10.00 - Senior/Student $ 8.00
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We all know that the real drama in a theatre takes place backstage and creates quite a comedy to watch!
This has never been more true than at Theatre Baroque, where the star, one-time matinee idol Burton Cavendish, suddenly dies an hour before the premiere of “Don Juan in Cleveland.”
Once it is discovered that Cavendish has passed away, Lou, the director, calls on Ajax, the understudy, to fill in. But Ajax must play Cavendish both on and off stage, and he can’t tell anyone — not even his own mother! It is to be the great star’s last performance... and Ajax’s greatest performance ever. He reluctantly agrees, only to face nasty critics, doting mothers and one very large goon sent to collect a bundle from the great actor. Ajax even has to fool his own mother, who shows up backstage to say hello to Ajax and meet the famous Cavendish! (Little does she know she achieves both of those goals at one time!) Lines and plot twists fly as fast as you’ll sell tickets in this theatrical farce where over-the-hill prima donnas reign — or think they do — and most of the rest of the cast is betting on who comes out on top.
“A Play in a Day”
April 15 - 16, 2016
Get ready for the most unique and exciting 24 hours of theatre ever!
PLAY IN A DAY is coming to Theatre 8:15, 4740 Massillon Road in Green OH 44232, April 15 & 16, 2016. In just a 24 hour period of time, several short original scripts are written, actors memorize and rehearse lines, director's brains work overtime all while costumers and prop masters are building and searching for the wish lists handed to them just hours before the curtain rises and the show starts, ready or not!
See Menu bar for some FAQ about how, what seems impossible, a
PLAY IN A DAY, works.
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THIS SOUNDS LIKE IT WOULD BE AS MUCH FUN TO WATCH AS BE IN!
It is! That is why it is very important to be sure to let your family and friends that love seeing you ( or have always wanted to see you) on stage know you'll be doing this one time only, once in a lifetime event, where anything can and will happen. It is as important that you have them block off the night on their calendar as it is for you to SAVE THE DATE!
OK, I'M SOLD, HOW DO I SIGN UP?
Complete details about preregistering will be coming in the following weeks. The registration fee is just $20 for all participants. This covers the cost of all your food and beverages during your time at the event, the official PIAD T-shirt and what ever is left goes into the hosting theatre account, since this is a fun and fund-raising event.
Be sure to like and receive notifications from the PLAY IN A DAY Facebook page, and follow CBGSPLAYINADAY on Twitter, Instagram and Periscope. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Crazy Bald Guy (CBG) himself, Mitchell Antesky at BUMRRR@gmail.com, 419-356-6959, or by text, private messenger or smoke signals.
This promises to be a great adventure, hope to see you at the theatre!
"The Star on My Heart"
March 11 - 12, 2016
The Star on My Heart is an original play based on Holocaust survivor Inge Auerbacher's memoirs, adapted and directed by Angela Miloro-Hansen. In 2013 Angela won OCTA awards for a show she directed at Geauga Lyric Theater called I Never Saw Another Butterfly, by Celeste Raspanti. It told the story of the children imprisoned in the Theresienstadt (Terezin) concentration camp near Prague. Of fifteen thousand children who passed through Terezin, it is believed that approximately one hundred survived.
Then GLTG Executive director Chris Cipriani made contact with one of these child survivors, Inge Auerbacher.
Inge inspired the cast with a telephone conversation on opening night and a relationship with Dr. Auerbacher evolved. Inge expressed a desire to have her story staged, and Angela Miloro-Hansen was asked to author the script. Writer/Director Miloro-Hansen has been active in theater since 1999, and is a 2010 Hiram College graduate. She directs, teaches and acts on a regular basis and serves as the Educational Outreach Coordinator for Geauga Lyric Theater in Chardon, Ohio. Chris Cipriani, now Director of Programming at Shore Cultural Centre in Euclid, is serving as the project and educational outreach coordinator.
After two years of collaboration, The Star on My Heart premiered in November 2015. It tells of Inge's experiences during the war in Terezin, and her survival and recovery in New York City, where she still lives today.
After liberation, Inge came to America and spent two years in a tuberculosis hospital. She began high school with only one year of schooling under her belt, and graduated in three years. Inge worked as a chemist for 38 years. She now travels and speaks on the topics of tolerance, the Holocaust and human rights.
For more information, follow us on Facebook or Twitter at The Star on My Heart. For more information on Inge Auerbacher go to www.ingeauerbacher.com.
Revolution Theatrics Inc.
THE LAST FIVE YEARS is now being performed at Theatre 8:15 in Green with a new musical director- Dave Stebbins! We are incredibly excited to get to work with such a talented man! Special thank you to Michelle Dolciato and Dawna Kornick!
July 8-12, 2015
(no show Saturday, July 11th)
TICKETS ARE ON SALE! Get yours quickly!
Ticket Prices are as follows:
$ 15.00 Adult/$ 10.00 Student (Online)
$ 20.00 Adult/$ 15.00 Student (At the Door)
Tickets available at revolutiontheatrics.yapsody.com!
Get yours today!
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