Are We There Yet? By Off The Page Readers Theater
Off The Page Readers Theater will again showcase works of local writers and musicians. Four shows, all starting at 7:30 p.m. will take place March 14, 15, 21 & 22 at Sebastopol Center for the Arts and in Santa Rosa at Arlene Francis Center (benefit Arlene Francis Center)and Unitarian Universalist Congregation Glaser Center (benefit Glaser Center).
The theme refers to journeys in cars, buses, campers, planes, hearts and minds.
This nagging refrain: "Are We There Yet", is likely there in all of us as long as we occupy this planet!
Cash only for at the door sales, please.
These are scent-free events.
Directed by Hilary Moore, Pat Hayes & Mike Hayes
Hilary Moore, director/actor, was responsible for Off The Page's debut "Lessons" show in July 2013. Hilary has been seen as many characters in Petaluma Readers Theatre productions, where she also directed 2 shows: "Sweet & Sour" and "About Love". She has also been an Improv actor for many years; starting with "Hot Curtain", and most recently with "Inside Out". Some favorite roles from her days with Riverfront Theater in Redding include Mrs. Frank in "The Diary of Ann Frank", and Joanne in "Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean".
Vincent Black, actor and songwriter with a focus on commercial print and film, has done a number of industrial presentations. Vince loves live theater for the opportunity to share with the audience the suspension of disbelief and the joy of live performance.
Susana Crofton, actor and musician, has written, directed, edited and starred in over 12 video shorts. Her acting includes a wide range of community theater productions in Orlando, Florida and Sonoma County. Susana showcased her writing skill and character work by creating and performing the solo piece "Women's Voices" which was well received throughout Sonoma County.
Pat Hayes directed Jean Kerr's "Mary, Mary" in Quito, Ecuador. Her favorite shows: directing and acting in a Greek chorus version of "One Fish, Two Fish" by Dr. Seuss and playing the tipsy Irish nun in a 24-hour theater show in Petaluma. Pat played several roles in OTP's "Lessons" and will co-direct the current show.
Jeff Savage: The theater feels like home to Jeff. He literally grew up onstage; as a child he spent many years at a professional theater arts school in Michigan. He is an award-winning public speaker and seasoned improvisational actor. Jeff portrayed various characters in last year's "Lessons".
Hilary Susan Moore
Laura Shafer & Paul Henry have shared a creative collaboration since 1995. Both long-time songwriters, they share a love of Broadway musicals and perform as a duo in Sonoma County when the whim strikes them. Their stage show is an olio of originals and works from other talented songwriters. They last appeared on stage in the American Dream Player's production of Janey Hirsh's play "High Stakes" last fall.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts (View)
282 S High Street
Sebastopol, CA 95472
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