SEASON 8 - 2013
Pardon My Dust by Anne Welsbacher
Directed by Susan Lyles
Starring Billie McBride and Paul Page
Dorothy Parker is dead and now needs to let go of her baggage to take the next step in her journey. Fans of Ms. Parker’s wit will have a wonderful trip down memory lane with the talents of Billie McBride as Dorothy and Paul Page as Janus her guide to acceptance of her legacy.
"It serves me right for keeping all my eggs in one bastard.” Dorothy Parker
Anne Welsbacher’s plays have been performed at the Lyric Theatre (Minneapolis), the Irene Vickers Baker Theatre at the Wichita Center for the Arts, Twin Cities Radio Theatre Workshop, Company of Angels Theatre, Playwrights Arena (Los Angeles), the Playwrights’ Center (Minneapolis), and Wichita State University.
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THE PLAY CRAWL
June 19, 2013, Wednesday, 6:00pm-12:00am
Christie Brenner Winn, Rebecca Gorman O'Neill, Susan Hickey, Melissa Lucero McCarl, Carol Samson, Maggie Stillman,Tracy Shaffer, Linda Berry, Edith Weiss and Amelia Charter and Lizi Watts-Sculptformance
It's that time of year again! Our 3rd annual Play Crawl. This night is our biggest fundraiser, and the most unique in Denver. Join us for a nice summer stroll with friends, old and new, to see 10 world premiere performances in one night all written by the hottest women playwrights in Denver.After the Crawl head back to the Oriental for our silent auction-where you can bid on really cool stuff: theatre tickets, restaurant gift cards, and more! At 8:00 the Karaoke starts, so if you can't get off work in time for the crawl you can still join the fun. Come dance and hang out, bid often and high and help us to continue to bring full productions of new plays by women playwrights to Denver
The Greater Good by rebecca gorman o'neill
Directed by Susan Lyles
Assistant Director Libby Arnold
Starring by Madison Kuebler, Erica Lee Johnson, Sam Gilstrap, Sean Verdu and Ben Griffin
In the not-too-distant future, three men live in an internment camp for American intellectuals and political dissenters. Their lives are turned upside-down with the arrival of Stel, a woman whose presence could be their death sentence; or their means to escape. The Greater Good is a sardonic look at what might happen if we forget our past, or lose hope for our future. Join us for a night of cutting edge new theater, November 7-23, 2013. Stay after the show opening night for a reception with playwright Rebecca Gorman O’Neill and the cast.
."... The Greater Good ...does not hold back, portraying a bleak, dark future where political dissent is mercilessly punished. This play does not offer hope – it is a warning, and the message is clear: Do not let the government take away our rights and freedoms, and do not believe that “it can’t happen here,” or we start down a slippery slope that ends in disaster." Craig Williamson, The North Denver Tribune