Thespian Productions' 2012 Spring Slam Showcase includes Hiccup. This show runs March 8th through 10th at the Joria Production Mainstage Theatre at 260 West 36th St., 3rd floor in New York City. In Hiccup, an overconfident teen gets a bad case of hiccups right before she is supposed to deliver an important speech. To get tickets, visit www.thespianproduction.com. Go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or write to StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com to learn more about this short comedy or others plays by Stacey Lane.
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Chrysalis Players’ Pillow Plays presents Commotion in the Ocean running March 3rd through 11th in Wilmington, Delaware. The children's play begins its run at the Wilmington Drama League and then travels to local libraries and community centers. Under the sea, a dorky dolphin is sad that no one has shown up to his birthday party...but he has no idea what adventures await him when he finds a treasure chest. For production information, visit http://wilmingtondramaleague.org. To learn more about Commotion in the Ocean and other plays for children and adults by Stacey Lane, go to www.StaceyLaneInk.com or e-mail StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com.
Catch the Alley Theater's production of InHuman: A Festival of the New American Undead Theater, featuring Storms, Sheets, and Show Tunes running March 1st through 24th in Louisville, Kentucky. In this one-act, it’s the audition of a lifetime…so to speak. Three ghosts with different bags of tricks vie for the opportunity to haunt a prestigious old theater. They’re up against a prickly casting director, and some unexpected bad news. To purchase tickets or find out more about the show, go to http://thealleytheater.org or read the review at www.louisville.com. To preview the script or others by Stacey Lane, contact StaceyLaneInk@yahoo.com or visit www.StaceyLaneInk.com.
Friday, March 2, 2012
On March 31st at 3:00 pm, artists and community members will gather at the Auditorium in the Dayton Metro Library Main Branch at 215 E. Third St. to celebrate female artists in Dayton’s first SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day. This showcase of local talent is free and includes short films, poetry, plays, readings from novels, visual artists and more. Featured artists include author Nicole Amsler, memoirist Sara Berelsman, cancer survivor and author Tami Boehmer, 10-year-old children’s book writer Kristina Cardoza, filmmaker Coco Gagnet, novelist Mary Curran Hackett, actor/director Andy Falter, Kilbourne Middle School Drama Department, producer/ playwright Stacey Lane, the League of Women Voters, erotic poetess Kristie LeVangie, sketch comedy filmmaker Alex Mangen, painter Dawn McCoy, water media artist Trish McKinney, documentarian Maggie Price, painter Heather Lea Reid, poet Joy Schwab, Sundance award-winning filmmaker Nichol Simmons, Thomas Worthington High School Drama Club, filmmaker Tessa Trozzolillo, stop-animation filmmaker Djuna Wahlrab, and Zoot Theatre Company.
To learn more, go to http://swandaydayton.blogspot.com.