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Messenger No. 4 (or… How to Survive a Greek Tragedy)

by on Feb.13, 2012, under Uncategorized

We’ve been hard at work for the past two months, and we now have a lively new production for your viewing pleasure.

Written and Directed by Will Hollis Snider, Messenger No. 4 or How to Survive a Greek Tragedy opens Friday, February 17th at The Blue Theatre (916 Springdale Rd).

Scenic Design: Ia Enstera
Lighting Design: Megan Reilly
Costume Design: Glenda Barnes
Choreography: Rachel Wiese
Fight Choreography: Andrew Rodgers

Propelled by an award-winning ensemble portraying over 50 characters from the Greek classics and Shakespeare’s masterpieces featuring Jessica Allen, Karina Dominguez, Camille Latour, Vanessa Marroquin, Joey Melcher, Megan Minto, Daniel Sawtelle, Elena Weinberg, Rachel Wiese and Andrew Rodgers in the title role.

THE STORY: Messenger No. 4 longs for something grander than message delivery, so one day he takes it upon himself to SHOW and not TELL. While fiddling with messenger speeches leads to streamlined plot points and dynamic scenes, it also unfortunately leads to the accidental erasure of history’s greatest plays and –quite possibly–reality itself. Complete with sword fights, alternate universes, and an epic dance break, Messenger No. 4 is a high energy tour of love, fate and the Western Cannon.

To purchase tickets: visit www.PhineasAnd4.com

 

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Miss the Show Live?

by on Mar.24, 2010, under Uncategorized

Did you miss Orestes Live? Read about the show in our Past Shows and Press section. Don’t like reading? There are also pretty pictures. 😉

Orestes

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