Performance dates are scheduled for July 16-17, 23-24.
A tale under the influence ….. of audience suggestion. Take six actors, a play they have never read, audience participation and suggestions, throw in some booze and what do you get? Hilarious comedy, hopefully. Shakespeare is hard enough to read sober, but imagine the chaos when alcohol is involved. In the tradition of DRUNK SHAKESPEARE in NewContinue reading “@home presents……”
A tale under the influence ….. of audience suggestion. Take six actors, a play they have never read, audience participation and suggestions, throw in some booze and what do you get? Hilarious comedy, hopefully. Shakespeare is hard enough to read sober, but imagine the chaos when alcohol is involved. In the traditionContinue reading “@home presents WHEN SHAKESPEARE GOES WRONG”
Theatre Guild is preparing for 2021 with several new live-stream productions as they continue their unique presentation of original and familiar plays in their @Home series. Launched last year as our community and our world adjusted to new standards of health and safety, the Guild performed classic stories by Edgar Alan Poe, the suspenseful “Sorry,Continue reading “AUDITIONS”
The next production in the Theatre Guild’s @home series will be MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH and OTHER TALES OF MADNESS. The performance date is Saturday, October 24th at 8:00. This is the latest in the Guild’s online series of events. The production will feature a large cast performing a variety of Poe’s classic scaryContinue reading “MASQUE JUST IN TIME FOR HALLOWEEN”
The Guild’s @home series will be branching into the world of comedy online on August 15th. A group of actors will present skits, sketches and perform games from audience suggestions. It’s our version of “Whose Line…”. Audiences are invited to join us and help create some much-needed shenanigans. The event is schedule for Saturday, AugustContinue reading “@home IMPROV Begins in August”
The Theatre Guild kicks off the official start of our 6th annual 24-Hour Film Contest as we announce the theme for this year’s short films. This annual event is both a celebration and exploration of the digital arts and digital performance and is open to all. Contestants have 24 hours to create, write, film and editContinue reading “2020 24 Hour Film Festival”
Due to the current environment the final performance of FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON, scheduled for Sunday March, 15that 3:00pm has been cancelled. Special thanks to all of our patrons and guests that made this production a success. And thanks to an incredible cast and crew for creating the amazing work.