Sunday February 12th 7pm
Live Ink Theatre – Our Voices, Your Imagination Live Ink Theatre is pleased to announce a lively staged reading of “By The Water” written by award winning playwright Sharyn Rothstein.
A drama “with fierce compassion and poignant humor”, “By The Water” tells the story of two families in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Winning rave reviews, this timely story reveals to us what’s left when almost all has been destroyed. Come see a stellar cast of actors from Fernandina Beach and Jacksonville perform a riveting and inspiring story you will long remember. There will be a brief and lively talk back with the director and cast immediately following the performance. Cast: Steve Philips, Fran Hindsley, Doug McDowell, Lucas Hopper, Buffy Wells, Ron Price, Rachel Tyler Dramaturg: Cass Willford Director: Sinda Nichols
Tickets $10, available at the door. The show is performed without an intermission and lasts … read more
ALKY : A Play by Jerome McDonough, directed by Martha Garvin
February 9, 7:30 pm Tickets $10 students, $15 adults
For one night only, you are invited to join the drama students from West Nassau High School as they present the play “ALKY” written by Jerome McDonough. The performance is directed by drama instructor, Ms. Martha Garvin, presented by Nassau Alcohol Crime Drug Abatement Coalition (NACDAC), and produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois.
This is an exciting opportunity for the students of West Nassau High School to showcase their talent and relay an excellent message to our community. Tickets are available here.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students and can be purchased at the box office or by phoning 904-277- 3455.
Proceeds from the production benefit NACDAC. For additional information, please contact Kerrie Albert at firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 13-16, 2016
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30pm
Sunday matinee at 2:30pm
A darker cousin to ALMOST, MAINE John Cariani’s LOVE/SICK is a collection of nine slightly twisted and completely hilarious short plays. Set on a Friday night in an alternate suburban reality, this 80-minute romp explores the pain and the joy that comes with being in love. Full of imperfect lovers and dreamers, LOVE/SICK is an unromantic comedy for the romantic in everyone.
$15 general admission, $10 students
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UNCOMMON WOMEN AND OTHERS
Live Ink Theatre presents a lively staged reading of this Wendy Wasserstein play.
Directed by Sinda Nichols
Performed by: Cass Willford, Rachel Tyler, Cynthia Riegler, Susan Joline, Jane Vereen, Sue Weiner, Heather Van Wagner, Marah Lovequist, Loran Tyler, and Ron Kurtz
A play about five women class of ’72 graduates of a seven sisters college six years later.
“Flip, hip and funny . . . . Uncommonly, intensely contemporary.” Washington Post, 1972
College in 1972 – has anything really changed since then? What do I do with my college degree? How do I balance a family and career? Where the hell would I be without my women friends? Come see this fabulously funny and insightful play, … read more
SAVE ME DOLLY PARTON is a one-woman play by Megan Gogarty, who was the author of last season’s BAD PANDA This comedic look at life before and after motherhood stars Rachel Tyler and is directed by Arlene Filkoff.
Produced through special arrangement with Original Works Publishing
Live Ink Theatre presents a staged reading of
THE CLEAN HOUSE by Sarah Ruhl.
Sunday, February 28th at 6 pm
Directed by Sinda Nichols
This whimsical, romantic comedy is full of oddball humor, fantasy and soap opera craziness. Neurotic sisters, a Brazilian housekeeper on a quest for the perfect joke, and a most unlikely couple head over heels in love, keep this play springing surprise after surprise on the audience.
THE CLEAN HOUSE was nominated for the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, won the 2004 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, and was chosen by Entertainment Weekly as one of the top ten theatrical productions of 2006.
This staged reading will … read more
Directed by Rachel Tyler
Written by Claudia Shear
A one-woman play featuring Cass Willford
This hilarious tour through the job jungle began as an autobiographical solo show Off-Broadway and became a national phenomenon. Through jobs lost and found, wisdom gained, and above all the joys of adventure, Blown Sideways Through Life transcends the personal to find universal appeal.