BLESS ME, FATHER A Comedy by Steve Reitci Directed by Tom Zuehlke Confessions are usually held in a church, but in this play a most unconventional and unlikely confessional booth takes center stage. *** THIS PLAY IS SUGGESTED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY *** Cast: Scott Stenstrup Scott Sorensen James Sullivan Nancy Rae
A CHAT WITH A KILLER A Drama by Michelle Demos Directed by Tyler Peters A woman discusses the merits of living and dying with her would-be assassin, but is he there to kill her or to save her? Cast: Joanna Langworthy Maggie Sherwin James Sullivan
WAS JUSTICE DONE A Historical Drama by Nick Schweitzer Directed by Scott Sorensen Teenager asks her grandfather about his military career during World War II and actions taken that may have had questionable consequences. Cast: Brianna Sullivan/Emily Condon Paul Weir
LAYOVER A Comedy by Steve Reitci Directed by Kai Simone A newly-deceased individual finds himself in the antechamber, where souls have a brief layover before choosing their next destination. Cast: Joe Ferrie Nancy Rae Scott Sorensen
THE ROADKILL CAFÉ A Comedy by Mike Willis Directed by Edson Melendez Country locals gather at a familiar diner for a bite to eat and to argue politics and religion, Southern style. Cast: Joanna Langworthy Nancy Rae Scott Sorensen Scott Stenstrup Lily Sullivan Paul Weir
Announcement # 1 — There will be a staged reading of Waiting for Godot, April 12th – 14th, 2019. Featuring Village Playhouse regulars, Scott Sorensen, Joe Ferrie, Derek Jacobs, Scott Stenstrup & Nicholas Hightdudis, you don’t want to miss this reading of Samuel Beckett’s existential classic.
Stay tuned for information about other April events, coming soon!
Due to the high demand for tickets to see Driving Miss Daisy, we have added an additional performance on Thursday, February 21st at 7:30. At this point in time there are limited tickets available for the performances on Friday February 22nd and Saturday February 23rd. All other performances are sold out. Be sure to get your tickets now while there is still time!
Can’t make it to Tartuffe auditions due to the weather? Never fear! We’ll still be there tonight (2.12.2019) for anyone who tries to make it out, but we’ve also added an additional date of MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2019 for anyone who doesn’t want to risk going out in the snow.
Looking for 13 actors and actresses, lots of roles available. Be sure to stop by and see how you could fit into this production.