(Cheviot, Ohio) The Drama Workshop is thrilled to present HOME BREW THEATER, an event featuring six new plays and locally brewed beer June 9-11. Performances will be June 9 and June 10 at 8 pm, and June 11 at 2 pm at The Glenmore Playhouse, 3716 Glenmore Ave, Cheviot. All proceeds benefit the Glenmore Playhouse Fix-the-Roof-Fund.
This program is an event unique to The Drama Workshop. The six short plays are all locally written; the playwrights are a combination of people returning from last year’s well-received inaugural HOME BREW THEATER, and newcomers. The 10 minute short-plays make for a fun and fast-moving evening of entertainment. Each performance will be followed by a reception for ticketholders with beer provided by the Christian Moerlein brewery.
The plays, authors, and casts are:
MAGPIE by Teri Foltz, with Bill Keeton, Lori Kirstein, Amber Potter, and Michael C. Potter: Maggie learns a lesson from the birds.
FIRST LOVE by Alan Jozwiak, with Mary Vosseberg and Sam Kerns: breaking up is hard to do.
NOT BAD NEWS by Angela Forbes, with Ray Persing, Gretchen Gantner, and LeAnna Homandberg: what do you suppose is their daughter’s big announcement?
SMOKING by Herb DuVal, with Chris Bishop and Peggy Allen: sometimes, you have to get their attention first!
ESCAPE2FUN by Clint Bramkamp, with Jazz McMullen and Victoria Garcia: Richard and Ellie might get somewhere if it wasn’t for the interruptions .
I QUIT by Betsy Bossart, with Peyton Hahn, Jeffrey Surber, Emily Brinkman, Roxanne Millman, Amy Waldfogle, and Jim Bussey: who knew it could be so hard to quit a job?
The shows are directed by Kat Reynolds, and produced by Clint Bramkamp.
Seating is limited, and reservations for this unique event are strongly recommended. Tickets are $12 each, and may be ordered by phone at (513) 598-8303 or purchased online at www.thedramaworkshop.org.
The Drama Workshop was founded in 1954. TDW is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to advancing education and promotion of the theatrical arts. The Drama Workshop is widely recognized as one of greater Cincinnati’s most accomplished community theater organizations, garnering dozens of awards annually from the Association of Community Theatres of Greater Cincinnati. In 2015, they were the most-recognized group in the greater Cincinnati area for theatrical excellence.
TDW productions are frequently been selected to represent the Southwest Ohio region at the Ohio Community Theatre Association annual conference. TDW was also honored to represent the state of Ohio at the 2013 American Association of Community Theatre regional conference in Hartford, Wisconsin. The Drama Workshop has been recognized the Cincinnati Preservation Association for their efforts to rehabilitate the former Glenmore Bowl into The Glenmore Playhouse.
Prospective members, and individuals or businesses interested in becoming involved or in helping advance TDW’s mission are encouraged to contact the group through our website at www.thedramaworkshop.org, or by phone at 513.598.8303.