Dear ACT Friends and Family,
ACT will be on hiatus for one year whilst we undergo reorganization. Updates will be posted as they occur. We express our sincerest gratitude to all of our supporters, our casts and production crews over the years, and to our beloved Monadnock region. ❤️
We are thrilled to announce our cast for our
11th Annual Shakespeare In The Park! #LoveIsTricky
Wendy Almeida – The Countess of Rousillon
Bryan Hebert – Bertram, her son, the Count of Rousillon
Sarah Katka – Helena, in love with Bertram
Brenda Fox Tree – Diana, Florentine friend of Helena
Heather McCormack – The Queen of France
Michael Redmond – Parolles, a follower of Bertram
Susie Ericson-West – Violenta, Diana’s Mother
Peter Eisenstadter – Lafeu, an elder Lord
Alexis McCormack – Lafeu's Daughter
Carin Torp – Gentlewoman, confidant to Queen and Countess
Mia Moravis – Mariana, friend to Violenta
Alana Korda – Rinalda, personal assistant to the Countess
Russ Warshaw – First Lord
Chris McCartie – Second Lord
Hank Parkhurst – Priest; Queen’s Servant
Marvels, or God's jokes?
Evolutionary curiosities, or creatures to be pitied?
FROM THE EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL…
ACTORS’ CIRCLE THEATRE PRESENTS,
ON THE PETERBOROUGH PLAYERS STAGE…
FUTUREPROOF by Lynda Radley
May 17, 18, 19 ~ 7:30PM May 20 ~ 2PM
Call (603) 924-3876 or email email@example.com to make reservations!
Tickets are $15 – General Admission; $10 – Seniors/Students
OUR INCREDIBLE CAST!
Riley, owner of the Odditorium ~ Bert Torsey
George/Georgina-half man, half woman ~ Kimberley Miller
Countess Marketa, a bearded, armless lady ~ Wendy Almeida
Lillie and Millie, Siamese twins ~ Tara Sabino and Emma Keating
Serena, a human mermaid ~ Heather McCormack
Tiny, the world’s fattest man ~ Chris McCartie
Directed by Mia Moravis
Produced by Rob Koch & Mia Moravis
Lighting & Sound Design by Ivan Park
Set Design by Chris McCartie
Marvels or God's jokes? Evolutionary curiosities or creatures to be pitied? Many were happy for the sometimes substantial income, otherwise unattainable, and for the freedom from institutionalization, or being hidden away… In FUTUREPROOF, due to plummeting ticket sales, show owner Riley decides to take the odd out of his odditorium at the expense of his performers. Are they tempted by the prospect of finally fitting in, or painfully aware that, if their "peculiarity" is taken away, their individuality is next? And what happens afterward?
We are elated to announce our 2018 season!
Our first show of the season is…
By Lynda Radley
Brought to us straight from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, come see this original play on the Peterborough Players Main Stage May 17-20, 2018!
Our 11th Annual Shakespeare in the Park presentation is
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
Directed by Chris McCartie
AUGUST 4, 5, 11 & 12, 2018 ~ DEPOT SQUARE PARK, PETERBOROUGH, NH!
5PM~All shows! FREE TO THE PUBLIC!
We look forward to seeing you in the audience!
Join us for our final performance in the park! Twelfth Night begins at 5PM sharp in Depot Square Park!
We look forward to seeing you on this beautiful summer evening for our final performance of our tenth annual production.
Tonight's performance of Twelfth Night will be in the park!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Join us for a beautiful evening in the park for tonight’s performance of Twelfth Night! The forecast looks absolutely beautiful. The play starts at 5PM sharp at Depot Square Park in Peterborough, New Hampshire. Arrive early for a good spot. We look forward to seeing you there!
The August 5th performance of Twelfth Night is going to be at our rain location, Bass Hall at The Monadnock Center for History and Culture. The center is located at 19 Grove St, Peterborough, NH 03458, and is right around the corner from Depot Square Park.
Please be advised that there is ample seating, but it is limited on a first come, first served basis.
Pay attention here and at our Facebook or Twitter pages for updates on upcoming performances. As always, signage will also point you around the corner to the Monadnock Center if one of the future dates needs to be relocated as well!
Shakespeare in the Park 2017 is one week away!
Save the date for two wonderful weekends of FREE performances at Depot Square Park, Peterborough New Hampshire.
August 5, 6, 12, and 13
All shows are at 5PM sharp.
Bring friends, bring a picnic, and be prepared to have a great time!
As always, updates are always available here and over at our Facebook page.
ACT has just announced the fabulous cast for the Tenth Anniversary Shakespeare In The Park!
directed by Chris McCartie!
Viola – Kimberley Miller
Olivia – Heather McCormack
Maria – Sarah E. Katka
Sebastian – Bryan Hebert II
Sir Toby Belch – Bert Torsey
Sir Andrew Aguecheek – Michael Redmond
Malvolio – Rob Koch
Feste – Carin Torp
Antonio – Alana Korda
Fabian – Laura Carbonneau
Priest – Hank Parkhurst
Captain; First Officer – Tyler Strickland
Valentine; Second Officer – Mia Moravis
Orsino – Chris McCartie
More information to follow as we begin rehearsals and start work on our Tenth Anniversary Production!
Save the dates! Shakespeare in the Park will be, as always, at Depot Square Park in Peterborough, New Hampshire…
Performances will be on August 5, 6, 12 and 13, 2017, and all performances begin at 5 o'clock.