The Sunset Players are presenting a shortened season at the Midway School on Glenmore Ave. This will allow the group time to ready the Dunham Arts Building for their return with the 2012-2013 season.
THE HISTORY OF AMERICA, ABRIDGED
by Adam Long, Reed Martin, and Austin Tichenor
Directed by Jerry Yearout
November 4,5,11,12,18 & 19
THE DIXIE SWIM CLUB
By Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten.
Directed by Mike Burke
Feb. 10,11, 18, 17, 24, & 25
Sunset promises more details soon.
DEATH OF A SALESMAN
Presented by Wright State University
Sept. 22-Oct. 2
Dayton Most Metro review |
Arthur Miller’s Pulitzer Prize winning play of 1949 is widely considered to a cornerstone of American letters. A caustic attack on the “American Dream” of materialism, DEATH OF A SALESMAN is a three-act play, centering on the main character, Willy Loman.
At age sixty-three, Willy has been a traveling salesman all his life. Despite his hard work and grueling schedule, the Lomans have always lived on the edge of poverty and Willy has always been an underling in his company. Yet Willy constantly tells himself and his family that the “big break” he deserves is just around the corner. He has raised his two sons, Biff and Happy, to also believe that somehow life has cheated them and insists that one day they will get their due. Linda, Willy’s dutiful wife, lives under the thin veneer of denial that her husband has so long tried to keep from collapsing.
- Thu, Sept. 22 at 7pm
- Fri-Sat, Sept. 23-24 at 8pm
- Sun, Sept. 25 at 2pm
- Wed-Thu, Sept. 28-29 at 7pm
- Fri, Sept. 30 at 8pm
- Sat, Oct. 1 at 2pm & 8pm
- Sun, Oct. 2 at 2pm
Official page | FaceBook event |
Wright State University article | Dayton Daily News article |
THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER
Presented by Acting Up
Mark Twain’s classic story comes to exuberant musical life in this Broadway adaptation of America’s favorite book. THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER is the irresistible story of a fourteen-year-old boy growing up in the heartland of America. This Broadway musical version of Mark Twain’s immortal novel is set in 1840 in St. Petersburg, Missouri, a bustling town on the banks of the Mississippi River. In the course of the story, Tom matches wits with his stern Aunt Polly, falls in love with the beautiful, feisty Becky Thatcher, and goes on the adventure of his life with Becky and that irresistible renegade, Huckleberry Finn.
- Fri, Sept. 16 at 7pm
- Sat, Sept. 17 at 2pm (ASL) and 7pm
- Sun, Sept. 18 at 2pm
We are a national entertainment company with corporate headquarters in Dallas. We produce private and public interactive Dinner Theatre. We also have a division of our company that stages Team Building and Game Show events. We have been in business for over 25 years and are established in over 35 cities across the United States.
We are presently searching for a Producer/Director to work part time in the Cincinnati area. This is a paid position. Commissions vary with the size of the event. THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE IS A MUST and preferably as a Director/Actor in an interactive theatre environment. Computer skills are required and Improv training and experience are a big plus.
Before contacting us please review our web sites at: www.mysteryplayers.com.
If you qualify and/or wish to have more information contact James E. Konopa, President/CEO at email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
DANCING AT LUGHNASA
Presented by The Village Players
Sept. 23-Oct. 1
DANCING AT LUGHNASA is the story of five unmarried sisters eking out their lives in a small village in Ireland in 1936. We meet them at the time of the festival of Lughnasa, which celebrates the pagan god of the harvest with drunken revelry and dancing. Their spare existence is interrupted by brief, colorful bursts of music from the radio, their only link to the romance and hope of the world at large. The action of the play is told through the memory of the illegitimate son of one of the sisters as he remembers the five women who raised him, his mother and four maiden aunts.
- Fri-Sat, Sept. 23-24 at 8pm
- Sun, Sept. 25 at 3pm
- Thu-Sat, Sept. 29-Oct. 1 at 8pm