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!
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!
Ming-Pow wanted to check out the tavern that the Traveling Trunk Troupe was playing at, and see what kind of ales they have on tap! He was last seen in a village in Raleigh…
Write to the PlayerKing@littleindependenttheatre.com to win 2 free tickets to the evening performance of Hamlet on July 13!
CONGRATS to Holly on her correct guess – he was at the Village Draft House in Cameron Village!
Ming-Pow wants to get outta town… he’s heard Wittenburg is the place to be!
Check out the photo and email us at PlayerKing@littleindependenttheatre.com to win 2 free tickets to the Saturday July 13 matinee of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead! Hurry, Ming-Pow is already in line!
CONGRATS to Angie of Cary on her 2 free tickets!
Ming-Pow wanted to get a little bit of Southern culture… and he found it, with a side of tasty snacks and afternoon sun!
Be the first to email us with the correct location at PlayerKing@littleindependenttheatre.com, and win 2 tickets to the opening night of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead on July 12!
No one’s found him yet – quick – he was seen turning onto 147…!
And he was found by Jeanann in Cary! Congrats on your two free tickets to opening night of R&G Are Dead!