Virtual Theatre

Video Presentations of play readings and performances

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The Lover

By Harold Pinter

Directed by Randy Milligan

The Lover by Harold Pinter examines a loving couple redefining their boundaries. Sarah and Richard have a routine that has worked for them for years. As Sarah describes it "things are perfectly balanced". But Richard rocks the boat and creates a turbulence that suddenly upends their relationship and changes it forever.

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The Seagull

By Anton Chekhov

Directed by Randy Milligan

Fragile young artists try to impress famous celebrity artists with their attempts to explore new forms of artistic expression but are stifled with indifference. Summers spent by a lake offer desperate attempts to make love connections which result in emotional upheaval and eventual tragedy. A young girl 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.

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The Boor

By Anton Chekhov

Directed by Randy Milligan

A distraught woman who is grieving the death of her unfaithful husband has locked 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.  With Julie Wiley, Gene Carbaugh, and Randy Milligan.

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Man In The Meadow

By Kenneth Jenks

Directed by Randy Milligan

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.

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A High Country Marriage Proposal

By Lou Burton

Directed by Randy Milligan

A frontier adaptation of Chekhov’s “A Marriage Proposal” and presents an older man who is ready to move West to find his fortune and he needs a woman to go with him. His shy approach to a strong woman makes their dance of dominance a humorous tango of emotion. Featuring Terry Knox as Eli Moore, Cynthia Juntunen as Jane Evans and Randy Milligan as Sam Evans. The show is a comic preparation for a trip on the Oregon Trail.

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The Independent Female or A Man Has His Pride

Originally performed by Bread & Puppet Theater

Directed by Randy Milligan

This play was first performed in the 60’s by the Bread and Puppet Theatre group as part of the feminist protest of the time. It still seems relevant today and is a wonderful tribute to the centennial anniversary of the women’s right to vote and the continued struggle for equality. It has melodramatic overtones and sarcastic innuendo and the characters are stereotypical in their makeup. It’s a biting comedy with serious undertones. It’s a short piece that would need additional acts to make an evening of live theatre but as virtual theatre it’s just the right size. Our Zoom presentation evolved from many locations and set ups and was a new and exciting exploration of how we can proceed until we can gather together again as a large audience. The tight confines of a Zoom square restricts an actor in their movement but it focuses the audience on each actor like never before. Stretching the bounds of this presentation style will provide an interesting and entertaining opportunity for both actors and audience. We hope you enjoy our first attempt and we invite you to join us as participants or audience and let us know what you think, what you want and how we did.  If you enjoyed our presentation please donate what you can so we can continue to keep our theatre alive.

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