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‘The Whiskey Maiden’ is 100%; ‘Rio Hondo’ redefines the old west; ‘Shakespeare In The Sphere’ films in Virtual Reality

Before I get into the current productions I would like to announce a few awards/nominations. Earlier this year I was the Production Stage Manager for Theatre of NOTE’s spectacular space comedy: Entropy. I’m pleased to announce that it has attained the following:

  • Ovation Award Nomination for Entropy: Costume Design – Kimberly Freed
  • StageSceneLA Scenie Award for Entropy: Outstanding Comedy
  • StageSceneLA Scenie Award for Entropy: Ensemble Cast Performance – Comedy
  • StageSceneLA Scenie Award for Entropy: Direction of a Comedy – Christopher Johnson
  • StageSceneLA Scenie Award for Entropy: Performance By An Actor In A Featured Role – Nicholas S. Williams
  • StageSceneLA Scenie Award for Entropy: Production Design – Krystyna Loboda

The Whiskey Maiden + Whiskey Nights ft. KARAOKEAPOCALYPSE: Karmageddon – The Serial

Whiskey Night

Theatre of NOTE’s The Whiskey Maiden continues to wow its audiences, evident by the numerous reviews and its 100% Sweet rating on the Lemon Meter. The production is in its final weeks and is set to close at the end of the month. If you wait until the last minute, you may miss out on this world premiere production featuring an amazingly talented cast. Pre-sale tickets available at Theatre of NOTE, LA Stage Tix, & Goldstar.

In addition, KARAOKEAPOCALYPSE returns to Theatre of NOTE as a late night show on Friday 9, 16, & 21 at 11pm. The latest rendition of KARAOKEAPOCALYPSE: Karmageddon comes in 3 parts with each performance bringing a new slice of flavor and entertainment to the stage. These dates, titled the Whiskey Nights, will also feature a few bonuses. A full bar will be available for both, The Whiskey MaidenKARAOKEAPOCALYPSE: Karmageddon. Anyone who sees The Whiskey Maiden will also be rewarded with a $5 discount off of the late night show. Tickets are available for pre-sale and can also be purchased at the door.

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Rio Hondo

Next at Theatre of NOTE, Bill Robens, playwright of Kill Me, Deadly and Entropy, takes a trip back in time and gives the old west a comedic twist. I’m the Production Stage Manager of this next play that will surely leave the audience gasping for air in between each of their fits of laughter. With a cast of 15, a character roster of nearly 40, and a stagecoach chase scene that will leave everyone in awe, Rio Hondo will reveal just how hard it is to tame the west when you’ve got a six shooter and a barrel of laughs. Stay tuned for more information and be sure to see the production when it opens at Theatre of NOTE on Thursday, November 19th.

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Shakespeare In The Sphere

I’m pleased to announce that the Shakespeare In The Sphere production team has attained the funds needed to film the pilot episode of the series. Below are those that made donations to our efforts. Filming is scheduled to last from October – November 2015. Until the pilot episode is released, you can get more information by visiting our main website that will be launching soon, the Kickstarter page, or by following us on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, or Instagram. Be sure to stay tuned and keep yourself apprised of our efforts to merge the completed works of William Shakespeare with Virtual Reality. Art Education and Entertainment will never be the same.

Donor List

One comment on “‘The Whiskey Maiden’ is 100%; ‘Rio Hondo’ redefines the old west; ‘Shakespeare In The Sphere’ films in Virtual Reality

  1. mukul chand
    October 11, 2015

    Great Post.

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