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Spring into Theatre - March 2021




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DRACULA DOT COM



RADIO COMEDY

"Dracula" in the 21st Century? The story takes some whimsical twists and turns as it navigates from an 18th-century vampire to the 21st-century protagonists and supporting characters, resulting in a hilarious take on the oft-told story.


MAN IN THE MEADOW


VIRTUAL PRESENTATION

Life in Lyman, WY, between the Great Depression and the Second World War. Featuring guest playwright Kenneth Jenks. A young boy's life with dogs, cowboys and Grandma.



Coming Soon


DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS


RADIO DRAMA

Eugene O’Neill’s classic American tragedy. Locally adapted for radio and starring veteran Players Terrence Knox, Maycee McQuinn and Deven Austin.


THE SEAGULL


VIRTUAL PRESENTATION

Anton Chekhov's tale of how a young girl whom has lived all her life by the lake, loves the lake like a seagull, is happy and free like a seagull but by chance a man comes, sees her, and out of nothing better to do, destroys her.


BULLY FOR BOOKS


CHAUTAUQUA PRESENTATION Reading was one of Theodore Roosevelt’s favorite pursuits and he did a lot of it during his time spent in the West. He believed that any American who expected to be a good citizen of our great country must know how to read. So he insisted that his rough and rowdy ranch hands spend their evenings learning how to read and write and developed friendships that lasted for a lifetime.


THE BOOR


VIRTUAL PRESENTATION

Anton Chekhov's story of a distraught woman who is grieving the death of her unfaithful husband whom locks herself faithfully away in her lodgings until death. A surly nobleman comes to collect a debt her husband left and is told he can’t be paid until later. He needs the money now and makes demands which eventually result in a duel. The old servant tries to intervene but is helpless in the end.



MESSAGE FROM THE THEATRE PRESIDENT

Happy Spring! It has been just about one year since we physically closed our theatre. None of us at the Richland Players could of predicted the year any of us would have. We are so thankful to have the support of you - our volunteers and patrons who have continued to donate your time and resources in support of live theatre. Though we continue to be physically closed, our artistic minds stay ignited, creating performance art in new ways. We will be pushing hard this spring to prepare to welcome you back safely. I continue to appreciate hearing from you, whether to share feedback, or just to say hello. Christy E. Valle



SEEKING BOARD OF DIRECTOR NOMINATIONS

Now seeking interested individuals and nominations for incoming Board of Directors. Directors are elected at the General Membership meeting to be set later this summer. Contact Board President for more information. President@RichlandPlayers.org



THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING US

Because of you, we are able to look forward and keep creating and innovating. Every penny will help.



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