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On the Mainstage
All Together Theatre
Now Showing at LTW
By Ray Cooney and John Chapman
Directed by Stephen Frankenfield
February 26 - March 28, 2015
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 PM
Sundays at 3:00 PM
Nine people. Four Assignations. One Apartment. One Night. Wildly Funny Chaos! From the master of farce, Ray Cooney, comes this hilarious evening of complication, deception, and untamed fun. One of Britain's most popular comedies.
"A riot. The laughter hit of the year...I never stopped laughing." - The People
"The dialogue is risque and amusing...Splendid!" - London Sunday Express
An original adaptation by Michael Martinez
Music and lyrics by Dana Duclo and Michael Martinez
Directed by Amanda Gremel
January 11 - March 22, 2015
(no show February 15)
Sundays at 1:00pm
The Snow Queen has spent her life alone until a terrible fateful day when she is captured by a pair of wacky circus performers. She calls on all her powers of snow and ice to escape a life juggling icicles and skating in circles with monkeys and clowns, but soon finds out friendship is the most powerful magic of all. The audience becomes part of the story and maybe even the circus in this fun, fast-paced, family-friendly adventure.
Live Theatre Workshop’s Readers Theatre Presents a free staged reading of
An original play written and performed by Bill Epstein
Sunday, March 15, 2015 at 7:00 PM
Bill Epstein's My Life in Sports is a one-man performance piece, a dramatic memoir or "memory play" (Tennessee Williams' term for a narrated theater piece based on the playwright's own life) about identity, masculinity, and sports. Using sports as a lens through which to reflect on an American boyhood and manhood spanning the last half of the twentieth century, Epstein's nostalgic and poignant, comic and serious memories ultimately cohere into, of all things, a love story, a beautiful and devastating love story about how he lost his wife and became a man, and about how, as the sun's shadow creeps inexorably across the field, he is learning to live with himself.