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CHILDREN’S SUMMER THEATRE FOR AGES 8 TO 12
DATES: JUNE 6 – JULY 31
MON – WED – FRI 9AM TO NOON
WITH A GRADUATION PERFORMANCE!
Teaching basic acting through development of an appx 45 minute play, using all participants equally. Maximum 10 children. Cost: $300 per child. $500 for 2 siblings.
Child gets 2 tickets for the production. Additional tickets $10/adult, $5 for children under 12.
BEGINNING MONDAY APRIL 4TH, 2016 AT 7PM
ONGOING WEEKLY ADULT SCENE STUDY WORKSHOP
Once a week (generally Sundays Noon to 3 or Mondays 7-10pm when shows are running).
Maximum 10 students @ 8 weeks for $200.
Each student will work on a two-person scene and a monologue.
ONGOING WORKSHOP FOR TEENS 13-17 YEARS OLD
SATURDAYS 9AM TO NOON STARTING JUNE 4
$300 PER QUARTER WITH AT LEAST 12 CLASSES PER QUARTER
Maximum 10 students.
BEGINNING ACTING FOR ADULTS
SATURDAYS 1:00 – 4:00
$300 PER QUARTER WITH AT LEAST 10 CLASSES PER QUARTER
(based on theatre schedule)
Scholarships are available for all workshops. Call 707-867-6866 for further information.
“P.S., Your Cat Is Dead” is a hilarious and thought-provoking comedy about an actor facing numerous life-shattering events on New Years’ Eve. Jimmy Zoole (played by Dax Berg) arrives home after losing a role in a play, as well as his part in a soap-opera, to find his girl-friend, Kate (Tina Woods) is leaving him and spending the weekend with another man (Dan Vanek as Fred). To top it off, he discovers he has been robbed for the third time! What happens when he actually captures the thief (Jake Hamlin as Vito Antenucci) is a wild ride that will leave you laughing, and maybe even crying a bit. More than souls are bared at the funniest New Years’ Eve gathering one can imagine, as Jimmy gains control of his life and his future. It is no surprise that a good bit of very strong language is exchanged, and since there’s also an exposed bum, this show, while fun for adults, is not for children!
Cast: Wid Dax Berg, Jake Hamlin, Dan Vanek, Tina Woods
CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGE AND PARTIAL NUDITY
Friday Evenings: April 1*, 8*, 15,22 8pm
Saturday Evenings: April 2, 9, 16, 23 * 8pm
Sunday Matinees: April 3, 10, 17 3pm
All peformances except Gala:
$20 General; $15 Students and Seniors 60+
* Pay what you can Fridays*
Our Fundraising Closing Night featuring Korbel Brut and Wines, Sumptuous Delectables and Desserts and Non Alcoholic Beverages. $40 Donation
Doors open at 7pm, Curtain at 8 pm
This is Curtain Call Theatre’s latest offering at Russian River Hall. Reservations strongly suggested: Call 707-524-8739.
Curtain Call Theatre in Monte Rio presents
“Don Juan in Hell” by George Bernard Shaw, one hell of a way to spend an intriguing night at the theater during your holiday season. It has no Jingle bells or any of the usual holiday cheer. But it does have a lot more. Three people who can’t decide whether to go to Heaven or to Hell argue about the benefits of each. It’s another humorous, naughty Shavian play as a staged reading by Curtain Call Theatre. Enjoy arguments with the Devil about good and evil, the proverbial battle of the sexes, Man and Superman, predictions beyond your imagination, and sobering facts about our world as we know it.
Gretchen Belgrave, Joseph Potter, Michael Tabib, Bill Young
Five performances, the last being the Traditional Gala full buffet with champagne, wines, desserts.
Friday Evening: December 11, 18 8pm
Saturday Evenings: December 12, 19 8pm
Sunday Matinee: December 13 3pm
All peformances except Gala: $12 General
*First Friday is Pay What You Can
** Gala Buffet Fundraiser December 19**
Our Fundraising Closing Night featuring Korbel Brut and Wines, sumptuous delectables and desserts and non alcoholic Beverages
Doors open at 7pm, Curtain at 8pm
Reservations and details call 707-524-8739.
**Special Fundraising Event to benefit Russian River Health Center**
January 16 at 8PM and January 17 at 2PM Curtain Call Theatre will perform a fully staged reading of George Bernard Shaw’s “Don Juan In Hell” to benefit the Russian River Health Center which experienced a fire that destroyed a good portion of its building.
The performances will take place at:
Russian River Hall 20347 Highway 116
Monte Rio, Ca. 95462.
Minimum Donation is $20. Any and all donation above this amount will be most appreciated.
Reservations 707-524-8739. Seating is limited. Reserve early.
All Donations are Tax deductible. Please be generous.
If you are unable to attend, please send your tax-deductible donation made out to:
Curtain Call Theatre
P.O. Box 588,
Guerneville, CA 95446
Directed by: Michael Tabib
Chris Auzston-Brady, Jake Hamlin, Kathy Ping-Rogers, Joseph Potter, Michelle Randall, Yelena Segal, Bill Young
October 16 thru November 7, 2015
Americana at its most poignant, bucolic, and humorous. Set in an ancient cemetery in the heart of the vast country, this amazing set of stories told by ghosts of the dwellers, tell the secrets, trials, and tribulations of what are to us the quintessential representations of our own fears and quirks.
Join us for an evening of sheer poetic monologues drawn right from the midst of our ancestors and their progeny who struggled to build this country to give us a heartland of promise, dreams, and aspirations for a bright future.
Schedule of Performances:
Friday Evenings: Oct 23, 30, Nov 6, 13, 20 8pm
Saturday Evenings: Oct 31, Nov 7, 14, 21 8pm
Sunday Matinees: Oct 25, Nov 1, 8, 15 3pm
All perforances except Gala:
$20 General; $15 Students and Seniors 60+
*Pay what you can Fridays
** Gala Buffet Fundraiser Novermber 21**
Our Fundraising Closing Night
featuring Korbel Brut and Wines, Sumptuous delectables and desserts and non alcoholic beverages
Doors open at 7pm, curtain at 8pm
A Play by Ted Tiller
October 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27*, 28.
*( Gala Halloween Costume Fundraising performance, fully tax-deductible donation $35).