I’m very much looking forward to hearing this play and can use all the feedback I can get. And Katie’s put a delightful cast together for the reading. And it’s free!
Milwaukee, WI …True to its mission to nurture local artists, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre (MCT) presents the Montgomery Davis Play Development Series staged reading of MORE LOSERS, by Milwaukee-based playwright James Fletcher
An unemployed and depressed dreamer, a barista with writer’s block, a young woman looking for love through sex, a simple man searching for understanding. Four tales of people marginalized by society. You’ll need to walk a few miles in their shoes before you label them “losers.”
Playwright James Fletcher is also the co-founder and artistic director of Milwaukee’s Bunny Gumbo Theatre Company, which produced his play LOSERS in 2007. MORE LOSERS continues the style and themes explored in LOSERS, giving patrons a glimpse into the lives of four more underdogs. Katie Cummings makes her MCT debut directing the new work featuring Alexandra Bonesho, Drew Brhel, Karen Estrada, Dan Katula, Emmitt Morgans.
MORE LOSERS will be performed on Monday, September 17, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. in the Skylight Bar & Bistro, located on the second level of the Broadway Theatre Center, 158 N. Broadway in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward. Reading reservations are not required; seating is first-come, first-served. The reading is free of charge, with donations kindly accepted. The Skylight Bar & Bistro will be open for dinner and refreshments beginning at 5:30 p.m. For more information, contact Milwaukee Chamber Theatre at (414) 276-8842.
$10 Artist Tickets available for Milwaukee Chamber Theatre’s BUS STOP – now through April 29!
In William Inge’s classic romantic comedy, eight people are stranded overnight in a small-townKansasdiner during a snowstorm. A collaboration with UW-Parkside! Directed by Lisa Kornetsky; Featuring Jamie Cheatham, Ethan Hall, Doug Jarecki, Dan Katula, Brenna Kempf, Patrick Lawlor, Jacque Troy & Anne Walaszek.
BUS STOP performs now through April 29 at theBroadwayTheatreCenter’s Cabot Theatre, 158 N. Broadway. MCT offers $10 “Artist” tickets – to purchase just call 414-291-7800 or visit the box office and ask for “$10 Artist Tickets.”
For more information, visit www.milwaukeechambertheatre.com
$10 Artist tickets available for THE LION IN WINTER – now thru May 1st!
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, in collaboration with Marquette University, presents THE LION IN WINTER by James Goldman. Which son will win the throne? Don’t miss this wicked comedy about sex, lies and monarchs behaving badly. Check out this preview video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTOiX15gSzA
Directed by C. Michael Wright; Featuring Tracy Michelle Arnold, Lenny Banovez, Alexandra Bonesho, J. Patrick Cahill, Brian Mani, Joe Picchetti & Marcus Truschinski
MCT offers $10 “Artist” tickets! To purchase just call 414-291-7800 or visit the box office and ask for “$10 Artist Tickets.” Great seats available on EASTER – Sun. April 24 at 2:00 pm.
Performances at the Broadway Theatre Center’s Cabot Theatre, 158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee
For more information on THE LION IN WINTER, visit http://www.milwaukeechambertheatre.com/performance/2010-2011/the-lion-in-winter.aspx
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre presents
The Montgomery Davis Play Development Series staged reading of
AMONG THE SQUIRRELS
by Eric Appleton
Directed by James Fletcher
Featuring Matthew Huebsch, Dan Katula, Beth Mulkerron & Rachel Williams
Monday, March 7 – 7:30 p.m.
When sheer boredom inspires an out-of-work computer geek to collect data on squirrel interactions, he could never have guessed how his backyard observations would reveal truths about his own, stagnant existence. Skillfully combining real life insights, including Netflix, Goth culture and nature shows, playwright Appleton explores the darkly hilarious complexities of love, friendship, employment and creating community.
Broadway Theatre Center’s Skylight Bar & Bistro, 2nd Floor, 158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward
Reading is FREE with donations kindly accepted. Reservations not required, seating is first-come, first served. Patrons are encouraged to arrive early.