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- With the exception of season ticket holders and Dinner + Theater patrons, all seating is unassigned and on a first-come basis.
- The house generally is open a half-hour before curtain time. The Box Office opens one-and-a-half hours before curtain time.
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- This year you will be able to use your credit or debit card to purchase tickets at the door or over the phone.
Saturday, FEBRUARY 9 at 8 pm
*****PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE*****
On Saturday, FEBRUARY 9, Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center will present transgender comedian JULIA SCOTTI in a special performance to benefit Silverthorne Theater Company’s upcoming 2019 season.
The night of stand-up comedy will also feature Anita Wise, Jon Ross and more. Tickets for the event are $18 in advance and $23 at the door. Doors open at 7 pm; curtain is at 8 pm. Tickets are available at TicketFly: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1758086
Further details at https://hawksandreed.ticketfly.com/P
2019 OPEN AUDITIONS
TALES OF THE LOST FORMICANS, by Constance Congdon
Directed by Yagil Eliraz
Auditions at the Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center, 289 Main Street, Greenfield
Friday, January 18 7-9 pm
Saturday, January 19 1-4 pm
Sunday, January 20 Callbacks 1-4 pm
To schedule an audition slot, call 413-768-7514, or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Auditioners should prepare a one to two minute monologue
- Please bring a current resume and headshot, or send electronically to email@example.com when making your appointment
- Equity & non-Equity; all roles paid
- All types & ethnicities welcome
Performance dates: 4/25, 26, 27, 28, 5/2, 3, 4
Cathy McKissick, female, early thirties
Eric (her son or daughter), 15 – male or female
Jim McKissick (her father) – male, late fifties
Evelyn McKissick (her mother) – female, early fifties
Judy – female, early thirties
Jerry – male, early thirties
Actor #7 – male or female, forties (same as with Eric)
Life is not organized around a coherent narrative, despite how much we would like it to be. Life can be messy, jumpy, nonlinear, fragmentary and discordant, and we might find ourselves desperately trying to make sense out of it. Tales of the Lost Formicans reflects this messiness and the effort to make sense of it, both in its content and in its form.
This witty and passionate play explores the story of a man with Alzheimer’s and at the same time turns into “a travel guide to Middle America conducted by aliens from outer space.” The play has a wonderful comic sensibility while at the same time addressing society’s collective nervous breakdown.