STAGED READINGS STARTING FRIDAY, AUGUST 11 Through August 12
StoryProv Time with Andrew Ritter Sunday, August 13
*BUY A PASS FOR ALL THREE READINGS
Join us at the Swift House Inn Tent on August 11 through 13 for 3 tremendous new plays and an all new kid friendly interactive improv show on Sunday!
Join in the process of new play development with our post-show moderated discussions with actors, directors and playwrights.
Tickets can be purchased at the THT Box Office Monday – Friday Noon to 5pm, online, or 802-382-9222
Walkups welcome! Swift House will have BBQ meals and will be available starting an hour before the show times. No reservations necessary.
Local beef Burger $17
Local Italian Sausage peppers and onion $17
Veggie Kebab $15
Sides of coleslaw and potato salad.
Three city friends convene on a fracking ranch in Wyoming for a wild western wedding—but when Lila unearths “Cowgirls,” a relic of a feminist board-game-without-a-board, all bets on a seamless wedding are off. The game’s provocative questions threaten to unravel the tender secrets and dark desires that lurk just beneath the surface of these friendships.
Anders & Margaret Mary have been married more than 25 years, living on the edge of civilization in Alaska. When Margaret Mary receives a diagnosis that changes the arc of her life, she, Anders and their friends must grapple with the new choices presented to them and who has the right to make them.
Yuri is a sixteen year old Korean-American girl with aspirations of becoming the premier concert pianist of her generation. It seems like that dream might be realized when she’s chosen to study under a renowned composer and tastemaker in the classical music world. But his sadistic teaching methodology pushes her to the brink, exposing fault lines in the model minority myth, and the dangers of obsessive pursuit at the expense of a healthy life.
Andrew Ritter is a veteran of the Chicago Comedy and Improv scene. Andrew taught improv, musical improv and sketch comedy at The Second City and created, directed, produced and performed in the critically acclaimed family friendly improv show: The Greatest Story Never Told. Audience volunteers of all ages will have the opportunity to choose a character, get up on stage, and perform in an improvised tale completely inspired by audience suggestions. The story will be hosted and narrated by Andrew with live improvised musical accompaniment by Randal Pierce. The show will run 30-45 minutes. There is no forced participation. Kids encouraged, and the show is free to all! Sunday at 2pm under the Swift House Inn Tent!
The Tent at Swift House Inn
25 Stewart Lane
Middlebury, VT 05753
The Box Office is also open one hour prior to performances.
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