From the writer and director of "Charlie's Funeral" comes a celebration of theater, art and community.
The Orpheus Theater Company and its Acting Company is celebrating its 50th year, and to commemorate the event, actors, directors and audience members from over a half a century are showing up to tell their story. Some are funny, some are touching and some reveal a dark side to an American institution. As times change and the arts become endangered, the theater's very existence is challenged. Can it survive only on its history, or will it become just another ghost's anecdote?
This marks the first production in Epic Theatre Company’s new space at the Zabinski Studio in the Hope Artiste Village where Kevin Broccoli will be the artist-in-residence for the next year.
Tickets are $10. For reservations call 368-7689, or you may purchase tickets at the door.