Tonight is Opening Night for The Little Dog Laughed!
Join us for a fantastic evening of great theatre. Nominated for the Best Play Tony Award in 2007, The Little Dog Laughed is a wickedly funny play all about relationships and the entertainment industry. Read more about the show here.
After the show, meet the cast and crew in the lobby at our free Opening Night reception. West Michigan Catering, the official caterer of Actors’ Theatre, will be serving up some wonderful appetizers and there will also be wine and punch served by our Board members. So come join us and raise a glass with the cast!
Tickets for The Little Dog Laughed range from $22.00 for adults to $8.00 for student rush tickets an hour prior to performances. For Thursday performances, a second ticket is $10.00 with the purchase of the first ticket at full price. The box office number to reserve tickets is 616.234.3946, or click below to order your tickets now!
March 18, 19 & 20 and March 25, 26 & 27. Show begins at 8 PM.
Also this weekend, don’t miss:
Living on The Edge
Saturday, March 20, 2010
10:00 AM at the Spectrum Theater – 160 Fountain St NE
This year marks the seventh edition of Actors’ Theatre’s 10 minute play festival, Living on the Edge and, once again, we are presenting a public reading of fifteen of the scripts submitted! The theme this year that writers were asked to respond to was Making Art/Making Money.
The reading of the fifteen scripts will take place on March 20 at 10:00 AM at the Spectrum Theater. At the public reading playwrights will receive 5 minutes of verbal feedback on their piece that all guests are encouraged to participate in. Admission is free to the public with general admission seating.
Following the reading the Living on the Edge committee will choose five finalists from the plays read at the public reading which will be presented in full production in June 2010 in the “black box” performance space (Room 201 – Spectrum Theater Building).
The writers whose scripts are chosen for final production will receive $100.
The Scripts Presented at the Public Reading are…
How To make A Mobile
The Time Machine
A Very Lovely Dress
Two Weeks Rent
Doodling for Dollars
When Rhinoceroses Wear Tuxedos