Double Bill of FEATS Winners:
27 Wagons Full of Cotton by Tennessee Williams
For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls by Christopher Durang
Warehouse Studio Theatre
3.30pm & 8pm, Saturday, 31 August 2013
Launching the 2013/2014 season
Theatre Open Day
15 September 2013, 2pm – 8pm
The ATC , BSS, ECC and ITG are organising a joint “Theatre Open Day” on Sunday, 15 September at the Warehouse to launch the 2013/2012 season.
- provide all our active group members an opportunity to socialise
- show our regular audiences what happens backstage and what goes into producing a show
- develop new interest in back stage roles
- attract newcomers.
There will be performances throughout the afternoon and short presentations on some of the skills needed to put on a show (makeup/stage management/stage combat/costumes/set painting). Visitors will be able to wander around the rehearsal rooms and workshops, where we will be displaying posters and photos of past productions to show off the best of our work.
- Visit the INFO STANDS for details of up-coming productions, and sign up to our e-mail lists.
- Get involved – listen to the presentations, and chat to our representatives to find out more,
- Enjoy tea, coffee and soft drinks in our theatrical café,
- Eat homemade sandwiches and cakes,
- Celebrate – toast the new season with wine or beer.
Come along for an afternoon of fun and entertainment. Bring family, friends, colleagues and neighbours. Entrance is free.
For more info please contact: email@example.com.
The American Theatre Company will be performing Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose, directed by Deborah Griffith at the Palais de Beaux Arts Studio Theatre from 22-26 October 2013.
12 Angry Men is the story of twelve men‚ trapped in a jury room‚ who must decide on the guilt or innocence of a young man accused of murdering his father. Tensions run high as personalities come into conflict‚ stereotypes and prejudices are confronted‚ and societal assumptions are called into question.
Although the original text of this classic American drama dates from 1957‚ its message still resonates today: democracy and justice cannot function without a commitment from members of society to take part in the process. To quote Plato‚ “The price of apathy in public affairs is to be ruled by evil men.”
Tickets are available from the Palais de Beaux Arts web site.