Monthly Archives: July 2012

Extras Needed for Film Shoot Friday in Milford

We have another shoot coming up this weekend (Aug. 3) for THE LAST RACE, the latest all volunteer film project benefiting the American Cancer Society.

We need National Guardsmen (or their imitations), and any military vehicles in the background, as well as lots and lots of extras as nuclear war refugees. All ages, all types. We will be shooting Friday night until probably 2am in Milford.

Let me know if you are interested.

513-582-2827 cell

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True Theatre Announces Season Three

True Theatre has finalized its themes and dates for its Season 3 shows!

  • October 15, 2012: trueLEARNING: Time to go back to school with True Theatre! Whether it was in the classroom or on the streets, teaching or being taught, learning is a part of all our lives and all of this evening’s stories.
  • January 7, 2013: trueCINCINNATI: Stories about our favorite city and our home.
  • April 8, 2013: trueMISCHIEF: These storytellers have been up to no good! …or are the victims of those who were. Come hear about pranks and pranksters and the sneaky things that go on when you’re not looking!
  • July 29, 2013: trueCRIME: The crime rate in the summer is higher than at any other time of the year. Duck for cover with True Theatre for these stories of crime and punishment.

[All shows are at 7:30PM]

We have kept our prices stable again this year! Subscriptions are now available at the equivalent of $8 off for the series!

Buy your subscriptions here or your single tickets here.

And you if you have a story that you think fits one of these themes or just have one that you gotta share, tell us about it here!

And you if you have a story that you think fits one of these themes or just have one that you gotta share, tell us about it here.

We look forward to seeing you or hearing from you. Until then, be true!

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TRUE WEST runs Aug. 30-Sept. 8

Presented by Springfield StageWorks
Aug. 30-Sept. 8

TRUE WEST follows the story of two brothers Austin and Lee. Austin is successful and has a career just beginning in the film industry. He offers to housesit for his mother and decides to work on a new screenplay while he has some solitude. His brother Lee shows up. Lee is an alcoholic and thief. Lee proceeds to disrupt Austin’s life and career by trying to take over his successful career. The two brothers end up in a role-reversal situation. –

Directed by Sarah Davis
Produced by Larry Coressel

Cast: Joel Bonsell as Austin, Joey Ahern as Lee, Saverio Perugini as Saul & Bonnie Bertelson as Mom

  • Thu-Sat, Aug. 30-Sept. 1 at 8pm
  • Sun, Sept. 2 at 2pm
  • Thu-Sat, Sept. 6-8 at 8pm

Official page | FaceBook event |

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OPUS runs Aug. 24-Sept. 9

Presented by Dayton Theatre Guild
Aug. 24-Sept. 9

Reviews: Dayton Most Metro |

A world-class male string quartet struggles with the loss of a member, the recasting of a woman to replace him and the day-to-day tensions of exacting, temperamental artists struggling to make perfect music onstage, as well as to make sense of their lives offstage.  This one-of-a-kind contemporary script is filled with quiet drama and surprising humor.

Directed by Greg Smith

Cast: Michael J. Boyd as Dorian, Franklin Johnson as Alan, Mary Mykytka as Grace, Matthew W. Smith as Elliot & K.L. Storer as Carl

  • Fri-Sat, Aug. 24-25 at 8pm
  • Sun, Aug. 26 at 3pm
  • Fri, Aug. 31 at 8pm
  • Sat, Sept. 1 at 5pm
  • Sun, Sept. 2 at 3pm
  • Fri, Sept. 7 at 8pm
  • Sat, Sept. 8 at 5pm
  • Sun, Sept. 9 at 3pm

Official page | Online ticketing | FaceBook event |

Local media coverage: Dayton Daily News article |

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THE BOYS NEXT DOOR runs Aug. 23-26

Jeff Nieman as Jack, Pat Germano as Norman, Tim Rogers as Barry, Ron Mason as Lucien & Eric Day as Arnold.

Presented by Brieabi Productions
Aug. 23-26
Anderson Township

THE BOYS NEXT DOOR deals with four mentally disabled men who live in a group home. It takes place over roughly a two month period of time and consists of brief vignettes about their lives. Though the play is quite humorous in its non-mocking way of dealing with the handicapped men in real situations, the play takes a surprising turn as Barry’s one-armed father comes to visit, and Jack (their caretaker) accepts a new job.

Directed by Shawn Toadvine
Produced by Teresa Johns

Cast: Eric Day as Arnold Wiggins, Pat Germano as Norman Bulansky, Ron Mason as Lucien P. Smith, Tim Rogers as Barry Klemper, Jeff Nieman as Jack Palmer, Katey Blood as Sheila, Jamie Ball as Mr. Klemper, Arlene Borock as Mrs. Fremus/Mrs. Warren/Clara & Jim Cronin as Mr. Hedges/Mr. Corbin/Senator Clark

  • Thu-Fri, Aug. 23-24 at 8pm
  • Sat, Aug. 25 at 2pm & 8pm
  • Sun, Aug. 26 at 2pm

Official page | Online ticketing | FaceBook event | Goldstar discount |

Local media coverage: Enquirer article |

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