Now that applications for our summer conservatory are coming in, so are the areas folks would like to focus on! So far, we’ve got a desire to focus on voice for the actor, understanding of genre, technical theatre, and all things related to musicals! What would you like to learn this summer?
After many interesting and challenging artistic opportunities here in Danville, we’re offering summer classes and a conservatory (and 2 shows in repertory!) in NC!
When I wasnt able to secure a rehearsal/performance space here in KY, good friends in NC said “why not come back here and work with all of us you know and love” and they even went about helping me secure a space!
So, here we are – 5 weeks until classes start!
We’re going to have a great time – all kinds of classes, a trip to NYC (Im seeing NPH in HEDWIG, folks!), and the start of the new HAMLET project with great local talents. Im psyched! Hope you are too!
Check out the brochure – you can download it from the website at http://littleindependenttheatre.com/classes.php. Then sign up. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Ladies & Gents…
After the tremendous production that was Hamlet and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead this summer, I moved to Danville, KY. Yep. Danville. Kentucky.
And here I looked to set up l.i.t. through classes, shows, and collaborative projects.
To that end, I was lucky enough to hook up with an old theatre friend, Craig, who runs a local theatre company (Salt River Shakespeare). He encouraged me, introduced me to a bunch of great artistic types, and now l.i.t. is collaborating with a local arts center in Stanford to produce a show this holiday season, Im teaching at the Danville Community Arts Center, preparing a summer conservatory for teens and college kids, and actively working on the best thing ever – taking my concept of Mad Hamlet as a show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2015.
Lots going on.
So check out the new, re-designed website, check the blog, visit us on Facebook… and stay tuned. Lots and LOTS coming. Brace yourselves.
Come one, come all!
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are only in town for 2 more nights!
Learn about life, death, the importance of heads & tails, and laugh at the antics of the royalty when they are “backstage”!!
Tonight, Friday the 19th, and tomorrow (Saturday) the 20th at 7:30pm.
Make your reservations now! We are filling up fast!
…the sound of a flute.
As many of you know, we had to cancel our remaining Hamlet performances.
While the cast and crew are mourning, we are excited to continue to bring Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead through the rest of the week.
We hope you will join us!
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30pm – make your reservations now! Tonight we were 3 seats from sold out!!
Regrettably, we will not be performing Hamlet the week of July 15.
We will host Rosencrantz & Guildenstern for four nights: from Wednesday July 17 through Saturday July 20; all shows are at 7:30pm.
If you have already purchased tickets for this weeks’ performances of Hamlet (Tuesday July 16, Thursday, July 18, or the matinee on Saturday July 20), please contact us at email@example.com to process a refund.
We thank you for your understanding, and hope to see you at Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead!
The troupe forgot to make reservations for their post-performance dinner. It took Ming-Pow a very long time to find a restaurant in the Triangle that serves food late…but by then it was morning, so he decided to just go ahead and save a table for the rest of them while he enjoyed a fresh breakfast! Where did he go?
Win free tickets to Friday July 19th performance of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead! Email PlayerKing@littleindependenttheatre.com if you know where Ming-Pow is!