Due to rising production costs, the Village Playhouse is raising its ticket prices for the 2019-2020 season.
Adults – $19
Students/Seniors – $17
Flex Tickets $95 (6 tickets for the price of 5)
Groups of 10 or more – $15 each (when purchased together in advance)
Members will still receive half off on opening night tickets.
New ticket prices are in effect for all tickets purchased for the upcoming season, starting with The Clean House. Flex tickets will be available at the current price of $85 through the month of August.
So you’ve seen the posts about the Village Playhouse’s upcoming production of Tartuffe and are a little confused — What do they mean by “Enhanced Staged Reading”?
You’re not alone in that confusion. So here’s a helpful guide on what to expect:
Expect full 17th century costumes, designed by (the award winning!) Nikki Maritch
Expect a full set, designed by Derek Jacobs
Expect movement and blocking, designed by director Donna McMaster
Expect full stage lights, designed by Elizabeth M. Havican
Expect actors who are in character and engaged throughout the production.
In short, by enhanced staged reading we mean a play that is fully produced (set, lights, costumes, blocking, etc.), but where the actors are using scripts.
By having the actors use scripts, we were able to give many actors the opportunity to play roles that they would not have felt comfortable with if they had to memorize. With script in hand each actor is able to dig deep into their character and pull out all the nuances that will lead to better audience understanding of the show.
We are proud of the work that everyone has put into this production and are excited to share it with the community. It’s a timeless story of blind belief and betrayal of that trust.
As Donna McMaster, the director of this production says “Most people can relate to this play. We all know of individuals who have pretended to be something other than what they truly are in order to get something they want, to impress someone, or to simply fit in.Who hasn’t been scammed, lied to, or used in some way for someone else’s gain and then lost so much because of the scam? Moliere explores all of this.”
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!
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.