Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble
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Le Petomane’s Next Show
September 20-22, 28-30 at 7:30 pm.
At the Rudyard Kipling, <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />
Tickets: $8-$20 sliding scale.
Call (502) 636-1311 for reservation information, or contact
Le Petomane’s Next Show isn’t just an evening of new, original, ensemble-created ten-minute plays – it’s an experiment in audience interaction: we (Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble) will create and perform an evening of short pieces, featuring physical comedy, masks, original music, dance and our usual weirdness. At the /files/storyimages/of each performance, the audience will be given the opportunity to vote on its favorite. At the /files/storyimages/of the run, the favorite will be expanded to a full evening and become our next show (hence the title), to be performed in December.
How do we do this? We start with an idea – sometimes a full plot, sometimes an image, sometimes just a few cheap gags – and usually some other element that seemingly has nothing to do with that idea. Then we start to play around, keeping some things and discarding others (sometimes the very ideas that got us started – though the first thing to go is usually the Ego). Some ideas go on paper, but the show primarily comes together on its feet. Eventually it ceases to become clear which idea was whose and the show becomes One Big Idea. After we get enough of the show organized, staged and rehearsed that we’re sure it’s “something,” we invite in colleagues and/or friends to watch. They laugh at some things and don’t laugh at others. They tell us when we need to pay more attention to the audience near stage left. We thank them. Then we fix a few things. Then we open.
Performances will beat The Rudyard Kipling from September 20-22 and 28-30 at 7:30 pm and tickets will be available for our usual pay-what-you-can sliding scale of $8-$20.
Specific Gravity Ensemble
The Most Beautiful Lullaby You’ve Ever Heard
By Greg Romero
September 21-22, 27-29 and October 4-6 at 8:00 pm.
September 23 and 30 at 5:00 pm.
Advance tickets available at (502) 384-4SGE
For more information, visit www.specificgravityensemble.com.
Susan-Lori Parks’s 365 Days/365 Plays
Fri, Sept 14th at 8:00 pm.
at Squallis' Studio and Shark Tank Theater,
Please join Squallis Puppeteers and 365 Days/365 Playsproject for an intense 30 minutes of playwright Suzan-Lori Parks's musings. These seven short plays were written this week three years ago and are now being produced and interpreted all over the country on the weeks in which they were written. Seven plays will be shown in new ways by artists collaborating with Squallis Puppeteers on Friday, Sept 14th at
Moon, and ......a new piece. This evening of cutting edge art is free; however, we always suggest that you support local
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (502) 540-4977.
WhoDunnit Murder Mystery Theater
Murder by Shadow: The Ghost of
September 29 through November 3.
Seating at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets: $39.95 per person, includes dinner, show, tax & tip.
WhoDunnit Murder Mystery Theater proudly announces its new season opening September 29th withMurder by Shadow: The Ghost of Walewind Castle, a good, old-fashioned ghost story set in 1910. Can WhoDunnit's Dr. MacCrimmon solve the murder of a ghost? At Masterson's,
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