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    Theatre Productions

2020


Lovers & Lunatics:  Lovesick or just plain sick?

Lovers & Lunatics poster 9-2020

A Shakespearean “choose your own adventure” where the audience decides!
Directed by: Angela Ledtke
Live on Zoom

Lovers & Lunatics Program
 

Episode 1: Project Introduction & Voting (Live) Thursday, September 17, 8 p.m.
Register for Episode 1 via Zoom
 

Episode 2: The Character Results (Live) Friday, October 2, 8 p.m.
Register for Episode 2 via Zoom
 

Episode 3: The Mash-up Results (Live) Friday, October 16, 8 p.m.
Register for Episode 3 via Zoom

 
As a rise in digital theatre intersects with a contentious presidential election year, the Lover & Lunatics audience will be called upon to vote and serve us in our creative journey.  In an episodic, Shakespearean “choose your own adventure,” the audience members will become active participants - voting on design and directorial choices to illustrate the power of our collective voice.

Support provided by the John Orser '55 Theatrical Endowment.

Poster image design by Jared Ziegler
 


New Works/New Ways

Mothman by Maddy Rolon
Postmortem (Or, How to Live After Death) by Ava O'Dea
Directed by: Jacqueline Springfield
 
November 12-14, 8 p.m., November 14, 15, 2 p.m.
 
Mothman: Emmie and two of her best friends spend the night in a graveyard in an effort to spot the mysterious creature of legend-- The Mothman; what they find that night is much more than just an urban legend.
 
Postmortem (Or, How to Live After Death): Winnie discovers that life after death is not the “heavenly” place she imagined it to be-- there’s real work involved, and hard lessons to be learned.

 


Production Calendar

 

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