Archive for 'On Stage & Screen'
Posted on 22. Sep, 2011 by Staff Reporter.
Yasmina Reza’s multiple-award-winning comedy, “God of Carnage” is now on stage at Peninsula Players Theatre-in-a-Garden through Oct. 16. Reza’s earlier play, a comedy entitled “Art,” drew maximum laughs about minimalist art. Both plays received accolades from critics and numerous awards. In “God of Carnage,” Reza uses her wit to strip away the veneer of civilization. [...]
Posted on 15. Sep, 2011 by Staff Reporter.
UUFDC Emerson Series presents an evening of monologues and music with Paul McComas on Friday September 16, at 7 pm in Ephraim at the Fellowship Hall. Paul McComas brings the human condition to light and to life through fiction writing and live performance, using dramatic and comedic enactments of scenes from his own work to [...]
Posted on 14. Sep, 2011 by Staff Reporter.
Actress and activist Kathleen Thompson was deeply affected by a human trafficking experience in Poland more than a decade ago and she bring this tragic topic to light on Saturday, October 1 at 7 pm during a performance at St Mary’s of the Lake Catholic Church, Hwy. 57, Baileys Harbor. Thompson’s See Me! Hear Me! [...]
Posted on 03. Aug, 2011 by Judy Drew.
For twenty-five years, Stepping Out has delighted audiences with its heart-warming story, proving that in dancing, as in life, it’s always better to follow your own tune. Every Thursday, in a dusty church basement, a well-intentioned but not overly talented group of Londoners meet for tap class – all brought together out of the desire [...]
Posted on 29. Jun, 2011 by Staff Reporter.
Dramatist Joseph Hanreddy and collaborator JR Sullivan originally adapted Jane Austen’s novel, Pride and Prejudice for the stage of the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre – opening on Friday, July 8 at Door Shakespeare. Prior to the Thursday, July 14 performance, audience members will have the opportunity to meet and ask questions of Joseph Hanreddy in this, [...]
Posted on 08. Jun, 2011 by Staff Reporter.
Kick off your celebration of the Summer Solstice with the film Renewal, a documentary about people of faith building a sustainable future, shown on Tuesday, June 21 at 4:30 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Ephraim. With great courage, Americans are re-examining what it means to be human and how we choose to live [...]
Posted on 06. Jun, 2011 by Staff Reporter.
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue – an appropriate direction in casting Door Shakespeare’s two comedies scheduled for this season, as both plays resolve in marriages. Twelfth Night, Shakespeare’s romp of mistaken identities, and Pride and Prejudice, a dramatization of Jane Austen’s famous romantic novel, will appear in repertory from July 8 to [...]
Posted on 19. May, 2011 by Edward DiMaio.
Isadoora Theatre Company concludes its 9th season of community theater with the final four performances of Clifford Odets’ landmark play, WAITING FOR LEFTY. …Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm, Sunday at 2 pm at the Ephraim Village Hall. Tickets are available at the door, beginning 45 minutes before each show, or call 920.493.3667 to reserve [...]
Posted on 10. Apr, 2011 by Staff Reporter.
Isadoora Theatre Company announces the cast for their upcoming production of Clifford Odets’ landmark piece Waiting for Lefty. Directed by Ross Dippel, the show will play May 13-15 and 19-22 at the Ephraim Village Hall. Thursday through Saturday performances will be at 7:30pm with Sunday matinees at 2pm. In Waiting for Lefty, set in 1935 [...]
Posted on 23. Mar, 2011 by Stephen Kastner.
Jane Austen’s novel, Pride and Prejudice has sold over 20 million copies worldwide and along with her other work, has inspired the creation of an international Jane Austen Society. Joseph Hanreddy and J.R. Sullivan’s stage adaptation of the novel is adding to the popularity of the classic story. The play was originally created it for [...]