20TH CENTURY BLUES
Young at Heart Players
May 31-June 9
Cast: Heather Martin, Pam McGinnis, Jamison Meyer, Jackie Pfeifer, Gayle Smith & Gail Andrews Turner
Four women meet once a year for a ritual photo shoot, chronicling their changing (and aging) selves as they navigate love, careers, children, and the complications of history. But when these private photographs threaten to go public, relationships are tested, forcing the women to confront who they are and how they’ll deal with whatever lies ahead… This production contains strong language and adult situations.
- Fri-Sat, May 31-June 1 at 8pm
- Sun, June 2 at 2pm
- Fri-Sat, June 7-8 at 8pm
- Sun, June 9 at 2pm
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Xenia Area Community Theatre & Actors Unlimited
Directed by Amy Busby Prestridge
Little Orphan Annie is determined to find her parents and escape the cruel and crooked Miss Hannigan. But when billionaire Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks and his secretary Grace Farrell invite Annie into their lives, the sun starts to come out on a very different tomorrow.
- Fri, June 14th at 6:30pm (Opening Night Gala)
- Sat, June 15 at 7:30pm
- Fri, June 21 at 7:30pm
- Sat, June 22 at 3pm & 7:30pm
- Sun, June 23 at 3pm
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Human Race Theatre Company
Loft Theatre [Dayton]
Directed by Jamie Cordes
Music direction by Jay Brunner
Choreographed by Katie Johannigman
Cast: Natalie Bird as Emma, Deanna Giulietti as Lizzie, Leslie Goddard as Bridget, Rachel Mary Green as Understudy & Michaella Waickman as Alice
“Lizzie Borden took an ax…” And we know what happened next. Or, do we? It’s a powerhouse rock-show retelling of the sensational—and bloody—double murder that shocked New England in the summer of 1892, as told through the fierce performances of four stellar actresses. What starts as the abuse and despair of a troubled woman results in a shocking act of revenge when she takes a hatchet to her oppressive father and stepmother. Charged with the killing of her parents, Lizzie becomes a media sensation even as the trial takes its toll on the relationships with those dearest to her. This show contains references to abuse, murder and sexual situations.
- In preview Thu, June 13 at 8pm
- Fri-Sat, June 14-15 at 8pm
- Sun, June 16 at 2pm & 7pm
- Tue-Wed, June 18-19 at 7pm
- Thu-Sat, June 20-22 at 8pm
- Sun, June 23 at 2pm
- Tue-Wed, June 25-26 at 7pm
- Thu-Sat, June 27-29 at 8pm
- Sun, June 20 at 2pm
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Cincinnati Landmark Productions is seeking a part-time Costume Assistant/Finisher to work in our fabulous Costume Shop for The Covedale Center for the Performing Arts and The Warsaw Federal Incline Theater
Must have high school diploma or equivalency, some college preferred. Have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. Must be able to work in an unsupervised environment at The Covedale Center for the Performing Arts AND The Warsaw Federal Incline Theatre. Must be a self-starter, dependable, and have excellent communication and customer service skills.
- Basic pattern drafting skills.
- STRONG knowledge of/experience in basic hand and machine sewing techniques.
- Basic knowledge of costume and fashion history.
- Basic knowledge of fabric types and their uses for stage.
- Excellent time management skills.
- Good interpersonal and communication skills.
- Good organizational skills.
- Must be willing/able to climb a ladder and stairs.
- Must be able to stand/sit for long periods.
- Must have excellent organizational skills.
- Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
- Must be able to take direction and work unsupervised.
- Assists Costume Designer in the creation of patterns and finished costume garments.
- Cuts fabric based on patterns.
- Grades pattern to other sizes as needed.
- Stitches made to order garments and fitting alterations.
- Manages pattern collection.
- Manages time and equipment in an effective manner.
- Performs other duties as assigned by Costume Designer such as attending fittings, laundry, pulling and restocking costumes, crafts, fabric painting, millinery.
- Launders costumes and sends dry cleanable items to cleaners.
- Oversees general shop organization and keeps shop tidy.
- Pulls and restocks costumes and props from stock.
- Manages time in an effective manner.
- Performs other duties as assigned by Costume designer such as crafts work, painting, millinery.
This is a part time position – Day time hours. Schedule and hours will be determined with the candidate. MUST be available as needed during performances when necessary.
If interested, please send resume to: Caren Brady, Costume Designer @ email@example.com No phone calls please. Start Date: IMMEDIATE.
Please note: These positions are a good fit for NON PERFORMERS – staffers will work during performances. Start date immediate.
A NIGHT OF STARS WITH TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
The Regular Theatre
May 31-June 2
Bellevue Hill Park [CUF]
Directed by Ellie Conniff
Produced by Hannah Sgambellone, Sam Martini & Micah Price
Cast: Andy Girmann as Tennessee Williams, Emily Ryan as Edwina, Kertu Bell as Rose Williams, Donald Burns as Frank Merlo, Michael Rowlett as Andy Warhol, Kyle Daniels as Marlon Brando/Paul Newman/Policeman, Christian Hall as Truman Capote, Kelsey Schwarber as Greta Garbo/Liz Taylor/Bette Davis, Meaghan Vaders as Diana Barrymore/Katherine Hepburn
Micah Price as Male Swing & Caroline Conard as Female Swing
Go on a tour of the galaxy with one of the greatest playwrights of all time: Tennessee Williams. Join him as he navigates the stars of the night sky and memories with the stars he worked with throughout his career. Meet Marlon Brando as Tennessee did. Meet Bette Davis backstage at The Night of the Iguana. Go one one of Tennessee’s many adventures with Truman Capote. Or meet Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman, Katherine Hepburn, and Greta Garbo at their most outrageous, their most desperate, and their most human, as Tennessee struggles to make sense of the alcohol-soaked mess that made up his life, his career, and his relationships. From the Regular Theatre, in partnership with Wilde Award-winning playwright Maxim Vinogradov, comes the regional premiere of this Hopwood Award-winning play about the folly of fame, elusiveness of memory, and the people that make life worth remembering.
- Fri-Sun, May 31-June 2 at 9pm
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