REBEL YELLS - Final Performances this Weekend
Sat., September 9, 2017 | 8pm
Sun., September 10, 2017 | 3pm
Fri., September 15, 2017 | 8pm
Sat., September 16, 2017 | 8pm
Sun., September 17, 2017 | 3pm
Fri., September 22, 2017 | 8pm
Sat., September 23, 2017 | 8pm
“The losses suffered by all-consuming warfare - the loss of a limb, the loss of a son, the loss of courage, of faith, of self-respect, the loss of a country, a way of life, an ideal of the mind - are devastating.”
Production Photos by Karla Woodworth
The playwright closely examines the devastating losses of every single character; at times, the action brought the opening night audience to tears. The adjective “powerful” seems inadequate to describe the impact of their stories.
- Nancy Sasso Janis, Naugatuck Patch
Seven soldiers and a nurse share a hospital ward in Richmond, Virginia even as the cannon balls fall around them during the last days of the Civil War. While each has lost something different to the war - an arm, a leg, a voice, a faith, a son—all have lost their courage and self-respect. In the course of the play, harsh secrets of wartime deeds emerge as the men struggle to recover their honor and redeem themselves even as their beloved South dies just outside the hospital walls. Written by Steve Warren
Directed by Ed Bassett
Nurse Alexander - Kristen Jacobsen
Samuel Chandler - Chris Evans
George Avernathy - Dan Willey
Paddy Brannigan - Leland Schick
Yancy Templeton - Rob Richnavsky
Sergeant Gaines - Michael Cassidy
Clinton Brodie - Josh Gogol
Reverend Moses Malichi - Tim Phillips
Don't forget to grab your popcorn at the show! It's Gluten Free, Kosher, good for you and always
FREE and ENDLESS!!
2018 One Act Festival Update
A very BIG "Thank You" to all the playwrights who submitted entries for our
One Act Festival taking place in January 2018!
The deadline for submissions has now passed. A total of 807 entries were received - A NEW RECORD! Our selection committee has a lot of reading & reviewing to do! We will announce the plays selected for performance in early November. Once again, thank you to everyone who submitted a play for consideration this year. We look forward to reading and seeing some of them on stage this coming January 2018!
OUR 7TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Is Quickly Approaching...
CONGRATULATIONS to the Cast of FEMALE TRANSPORT