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Gaslight Theatre Company is proud to
announce our 2015-16* season, and we can't
wait to get started! Be sure to check our website
page as more information
becomes available, including updates on
auditions, casting, and performances.
Playroom: Master Bedroom | July/August 2015
Gaslight is thrilled to present our fourth installment of this original one-act series
created by Gaslight's own Matthew S. Hinton. This year, we take it to the master
bedroom for seven different stories, written by regional playwrights, including: B.
Garret Rogan, Emily Halbing, Kait Burrier, Rachel Luann Strayer, Jennifer Hill, Lukas
Tomasacci, and Matthew S. Hinton. Who's to say what we'll find in the bedroom,
you'll just have to find out for yourself!
Bunny, Bunny: Gilda Radner - A Sort of Love Story | October 2015
In a series of funny, tender, and touching dialogues, former Saturday Night Live
writer Alan Zweibel recalls his buddy-and-almost-lover friendship with SNL actress
Gilda Radner, who died of ovarian cancer. Zweibel claims he "merely scribbled the
dialogues playing in my head," and, indeed, these recreated conversations have
a neurotic, sarcastic, and vulnerable air of authenticity. The actress and writer
become fast friends on the SNL set and segue into personal revelation.
Drowning Ophelia | January 2016
Jane doesn't know what to do with the literary character who has taken up residence
in her bathtub. She doesn’t want Ophelia interrupting the obsessive order of her
life with obnoxious songs about death and valentines. She doesn’t want Ophelia
disrupting her relationship with Edmund, the oddly charming actor who might show
up for dinner in a suit…of armor. And she most definitely doesn’t want Ophelia
stirring up memories of a brother she would rather forget. But Ophelia doesn’t
care about what Jane wants so much as what she needs. As Jane’s past intrudes
dangerously on her present, it becomes clear that Ophelia is not simply a character
from Hamlet, but a long-forgotten messenger with a question from Jane’s own
troubled mind: How do you move on when reconciliation is not an option?
*season and details pending approval of rights, venue, and final performance dates.
G A S L I G H T - T H E AT R E . O R G
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