Dreamlight Theatre to Stage Henrik Ibsen’s “Ghosts” First Production for the New Company will be a Streamed Stage Reading AUBURN, CALIFORNIA. Dreamlight Theatre, a new theatre based in Auburn, California, will produce a staged reading of Henrik Ibsen’s classic tragedy, “Ghosts” in a digital version to be streamed in January 2021. The company was founded...
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Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen On her estate in rural Norway, Helen Alving lives with the bitter memory of her cruel, philandering late husband. To escape the ghosts that plague her, she decides to tell her son, Oswald, the truth about his outwardly respectable father when Oswald returns home from Paris. However, Oswald has returned home...
Join us for an intimate evening of acoustic music with singer / songwriter Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits as he performs his songs in an outdoor, socially-distanced concert at Moonraker Bewing Co.
A spikey, powerful, and nerve-wracking story of four real estate salesmen, colleagues in the same firm, who are engaged in a sales competition to try and sell off as many units of real estate as possible. But when some of the characters feel that the leads are weighted in favor of those already doing well, alternative tactics are deployed to try and gain ground.
We’ve all heard of the horrific murders that occurred in Fall River, Massachusetts in the sweltering summer of 1892 (“Lizzie Borden took an ax …”) and the resulting “Trial of the Century” that cemented the legend, but “Lizzie” seeks to move beyond the myth and explore deeper topics in society, both then and now. The musical explores themes of sexual assault, media exploitation, and the secrets we share and keep. In “Lizzie”, we discover what may have possessed a young woman to commit unspeakable acts of violence that shattered her community.
1939 Hollywood is abuzz. Legendary producer David O. Selznick has shut down production of his new epic, Gone with the Wind, a film adaptation of Margaret Mitchell’s novel. The screenplay, you see, just doesn’t work. So what’s an all-powerful movie mogul to do? While fending off the film’s stars, gossip columnists and his own father-in-law, Selznick sends a car for famed screenwriter Ben Hecht and pulls formidable director Victor Fleming from the set of The Wizard of Oz. Summoning both to his office, he locks the doors, closes the shades, and on a diet of bananas and peanuts, the three men labor over five days to fashion a screenplay that will become the blueprint for one of the most successful and beloved films of all time.