THE DARK ARTIST!
A Film by Cole Durham
Story by Maddy Jenkins
Synopsis- Jeremy a high school senior art prodigy is given a special project to complete by his art teacher Mr. Caractacus. When Jeremy opens the project folder, he finds out his teacher has a very odd style of art interest. Mr. C likes gory gruesome crime scene art. Once Jeremy does the project, he begins to find out why Mr. C likes these photos and the story begins to open and unravel.
Mr. Caractacus- Mid 20’s early 30’s bearded handsome man who comes across as very charismatic.
All we’re looking for is an actor for Mr. Caractacus. You will read from the script, no need to any preparation. Any help that may be offered for the film would be greatly appreciated as well. This is a no pay film and it’s my first production. Any questions contact me, Cole Durham at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 937-716-6007.
When: February 26th at 5:45PM
Where: 260 Chapman St. Waynesville, OH 45068
CINCINNATI, OH – February 20, 2019 — Sunset Players presents five one act plays in You Caught Us in Our Shorts—for the Sixth Time at The Art Center at Dunham (1945 Dunham Way, Cincinnati, OH 45238).
The one act plays are:
- The Philadelphia by David Ives
Celebrates and mocks how we cope with negativity and everyday hardship in the City of Brotherly Love. Cast includes Jef Brown, Mark Motz and Kaitrin McCoy.
- The Next Level by AK Forbes
Trapped in between this world and the next, two ghosts try to communicate with their grieving son. Cast includes Helen Swartwout, Jim Swartwort and Zac Newman.
- Breaking and Entering by AK Forbes
A married couple’s attempt to spice up their love life with a role-playing game is inadvertently interrupted by an inexperienced burglar. Cast includes Jordan Schneider, Kaitrin McCoy and Nick Young.
- Bad Connection by AK Forbes
Two sales associates attending an out-of-town conference wake up together with no memory of the night before. Cast includes Meagan Blasch and Dan Maloney.
- The Other Room by Ariadne Blayde
A brilliant teenager with autism has a chance encounter with a popular classmate that leads to growing connection between them and his inner life. Cast includes Justin Bourne, Shannon Watts, Russ D. McGee, Zac Newman, Thomas Riggs, Evan Rogers and Irving L. Straun Jr. as Talbott.
Performances are March 1, 2, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15 and 16. All shows are at 8PM, except Thursday at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 3 PM. Cincinnati State’s Interpreter Training Program will provide sign language interpreting for the deaf community on Saturday, March 9.
Tickets are $15 general admission or $13 for seniors, students or groups of 10 or more and can be purchased online at the Sunset Players website (www.sunsetplayers.org) or at the door. Tickets can also be reserved by calling 513-588-4988.
In its 39th season, Sunset Players, Inc. is a community theater group located on the west side of Cincinnati. Founded in 1979, the group performs at the Arts Center at Dunham and has produced more than 120 plays. Its mission is to bring a smile, and its plays include comedies, farces, dramatic comedies and musical comedies—as long as there is some “comedy” in the performance somewhere. For more information about season, visit our website at www.sunsetplayers.org or like us on Facebook.
THE OXFORD COMMA
Xavier University Theatre
Gallagher Student Center [Evanston]
Directed by Amelia Pedlow
Produced by Stephen Skiles
Cast: Gigi Relic as Karen, Elliott Auch as George, Max Carlson as Nick & Cat Sholtis as Charlotte
At a small private boys’ school in California, Charlotte, George and Karen try to teach while their second semester seniors doubt everyone and everything. So when the lines between friends and spouses — as well as teachers and students — start to blur, everyone must decide what’s real and what isn’t. The Oxford Comma is a quantum play about love.
- Thu, March 21 at 7:30pm
- Sat, March 23 at 2pm & 7:30pm
- Sun, March 24 at 7:30pm
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A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC
Wright State University
March 21-April 7
Festival Playhouse [Dayton]
Steven Sondheim’s award-winning musical filled with lush period costumes, elegant dance, passionate romance, and featuring the haunting “Send in the Clowns.”
- Thu, March 21 at 7pm
- Fri-Sat, March 22-23 at 8pm
- Sun, March 24 at 2pm
- Wed-Thu, March 27-28 at 7pm
- Fri, March 29 at 8pm
- Sat, March 30 at 2pm & 8pm
- Sun, March 31 at 2pm
- Thu, April 4 at 7pm
- Fri, April 5 at 8pm
- Sat, April 6 at 2pm & 8pm
- Sun, April 7 at 2pm
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July 26-Aug. 3
A NICE FAMILY GATHERING by Phil Olson (comedy)
Directed by Jeff Carter
It’s the first family gathering since Dad died and he’s come back as a ghost on mission; to tell his wife he loved her. The problem is, she can’t see or hear him!
THE BEST MAN by Gore Vidal (a political drama)
Directed by Jim Waldfogle
It’s a bruising presidential primary battle, full of dark secrets and blackmail, between a man of principal and a young street fighter.
WEEKEND COMEDY by Jeanne & Sam Bobrick (comedy)
Directed by Steve Phelan
A generational collision between two couples who’ve been double-booked into a weekend vacation rental provides laughter and a perceptive look at aging, marriage and happiness.
Feb. 14-22, 2020
HONK! Lyric & Book by Anthony Drewe (musical)
Directed by Liz Ingram
A family-friendly musical version of The Ugly Duckling. Winner of the 2000 Olivier Award for Best Musical.
May 1-9, 2020
WRONG WINDOW by Billy Van Zandt & Jane Milmore (comedy)
Directed by Alan Kootsher
This parody of Alfred Hitchcock’s REAR WINDOW features mystery, slapstick and a ton of laughs as our heroes try to proved their neighbor did away with his wife!