Linda Callahan, Jake Hart, Tanner McDole, Fred Murrel & Arny Stoller. Photo by Kristy Rucker.
Mariemont Players presents Broadway Bound by Neil Simon at the Walton Creek Theater, 4101 Walton Creek Road (just East of Mariemont), November 8th-24th, 2019.
Part three of Neil Simon’s acclaimed semi-autobiographical trilogy finds Eugene Jerome and his older brother Stanley trying to break into the world of show business as professional comedy writers while coping with family tensions, parental pressures, and maybe even…love? When their material is broadcast on the radio for the first time, some things about the family portrayed in the sketch seem very familiar…
Broadway Bound is directed by Jerry Wiesenhahn, produced by Kristen Vincenty, and features the talents of Linda Callahan, Fred Murrell, Arny Stoller, Jake Hart, Tanner McDole, and Peggy S. Allen.
Come visit our beautifully renovated auditorium complete with more comfortable seating, new carpeting, fresh paint, aisle lighting, enhanced stage lighting, state-of-the-art sound, and a sound induction loop for those with hearing aid T switches and head sets for those with low hearing issues.
- 8 PM Friday, November 8th (Free Opening Night Reception)
- 8 PM Saturday, November 9th
- 2 PM Sunday, November 10th
- 7:30 PM Thursday, November 14th
- 8 PM Friday, November 15th
- 8 PM Saturday, November 16th
- 2 PM Sunday, November 17th
- 7 PM Sunday, November 17th
- 7:30 PM Thursday, November 21st
- 8 PM Friday, November 22nd
- 3 PM Saturday, November 23rd
- 8 PM Saturday, November 23rd
- 2 PM Sunday, November 24th
To order tickets for Broadway Bound, call Betsy at 513-684-1236 OR order online at www.mariemontplayers.com. All seats are reserved and $20 each.
Loveland High School presents the Lerner and Loewe classic musical MY FAIR LADY November 6-8 at 7pm and at 2pm and 7pm on Saturday November 9.
Professor of phonetics Henry Higgins accepts a bet to turn Covent Garden flower girl Eliza Doolittle into a lady who could pass in high society.
The toe-tapping “Get Me to the Church on Time,” and the hauntingly beautiful strains of “I Could Have Danced All Night” and “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face” are part of this crowd-pleasing, family-friendly production.
Come see who teaches the other one more – Eliza or Professor Higgins!
Tickets are $10 for students/senior citizens and $12 for adults if bought online at our website, WWW.lovelandhstheater.wixsite.com, $11 for students/senior citizens and $13 for adults if bought at the door.
QUILT: A Musical Celebration
Nov. 29-Dec. 8
[Springboro | Miamisburg]
Directed by Richard Lee Waldeck
Musical & Orchestral Direction by Brett Greenwood
Cast: Michael Schumacher as Wes; Tamar Fishbein as Karen; Jackie Pfeifer as Mrs. Polaski; Tori T. Tuccillo as Roberta; Elaine Smith as Cordelia & Mrs. D’Angelo; Jordan Fredericks as Paul, Timmy Bell & Charlie; Matt Clifton as Todd’s Lover, Eddie & Toby;
John Lawson as Vernon, Stewart & Mr. Leonce; Jamie Pavlofsky as Maria; Ellie Peace as Katy; Sydney Edington as Jane & April Smith as Todd’s Mother
QUILT: A Musical Celebration, is a unique and affecting work that uses the power of musical theatre to celebrate and remember both those who died from AIDS and those who have survived or been left behind. Based on true stories from friends and loved ones who were left behind, the musical is a living history for a new generation.
Stuart Sebastian Auditorium performances:
- Fri-Sat, Nov. 29-30 at 8pm
- Sun, Dec. 1 at 2pm
Baum Opera House performances:
- Fri-Sat, Dec. 6-7 at 8pm
- Sun, Dec. 8 at 2pm
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Dayton Theatre Guild
Nov. 29-Dec. 15
Directed by Debra Kent
Produced by K.L. Storer
Cast: Maximillion Santucci as Calder, Sha-Lemar Davis as Abigail, Stephen Powell as Reed, Lorin Dineen as Molly & Titus Unger as Nicky
Welcome to Los Angeles, California, where the weather is always nice, and the future looks bright –mostly. We visit the trendy Silver Lake hills of L.A. on a warm November evening, on the Day of the Dead. Calder is a promising writer-director, and his wife Abigail is an actor still waiting for her big break. An old school buddy of Calder’s visits, as does his agent, and Abigail’s friend Molly – who stops over to read Tarot cards. The evening weighs in on loyalty, principles, climate trauma, carbon footprints, the fear of having children, and the fate of humankind.
- Fri-Sat, Nov. 29-30 at 8pm
- Sun, Dec. 1 at 3pm
- Fri, Dec. 6 at 8pm
- Sat, Dec. 7 at 5pm
- Sun, Dec. 8 at 3pm
- Fri, Dec. 13 at 8pm
- Sat, Dec. 14 at 5pm
- Sun, Dec. 15 at 3pm
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Get behind the wheel of your stories with the Ohio Playwrights Circle workshop, The Driving Point.
This seminar is focused on the understanding and the use of the Driving Point in classic story telling. It is that unique point in the story which propels the story forward with an inevitable energy. We will see how it was used in Romeo and Juliet as well as the Godfather and modern adventure comedies like Back to the Future. It is an important tool to have in your writer’s skill set.
This second of three workshops is for playwrights, screen writers, fiction and short story writers. It will be held on January 18, 2020 at 3pm, in the Burnell Roberts Room at the Metropolitan Arts Center, 126 North Main Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402. To register, go to: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0F4CAEAD2CA4F94-thedriving. The fee is $50.
For Questions contact our Registrar, Jahzerah Brooks at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information and a complete listing of classes and programs offered by Ohio Playwrighters Circle, contact OPC.PR.email@example.com, or visit ohioplaywrightscircle.wordpress.com.
OPC is a project of the American ArtWorks Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) not for profit corporation. OPC is hosted in Dayton by the Human Race Theatre Company & The Dayton Theatre Guild.
Instructor Michael M. London, founder of Ohio Playwrights Circle, is an Ohio playwright and educator who has worked with the artist-in-residence program at the Ohio Arts Council since 1986. His plays have been performed in the US, UK and Canada. He has taught workshops and seminars on playwrighting over many years, is a lifetime member of the Dramatists Guild and recently a Guest Professor in Playwrighting at Otterbein University. Michael is a lifetime member of the Dramatists Guild.