CURRENT SEASON

A TALE OF TWO ONE ACTS

DECEMBER 15TH AND 16TH

8 PINE STREET, DANVILLE, IL 61832 (THE VFW)

GENERAL ADMISSION - $6 AT THE DOOR

DOORS OPEN AT 6:30 PM, SHOW AT 7:00 PM

CHECK, PLEASE

DIRECTED BY JERRY STRAIN

PRODUCED BY MACKENZIE KIZER

STAGE MANAGED BY EMMA HAMBLEY


Dating can be hard. Especially when your date happens to be a raging kleptomaniac, or your grandmother's bridge partner, or a mime. Check Please follows a series of blind dinner dates that couldn't get any worse -- until they do. Could there possibly be a light at the end of the tunnel? 


Cast list will be posted soon!

DON'T U LUV ME?

DIRECTED & PRODUCED BY MACKENZIE KIZER

STAGE MANAGED BY EMMA HAMBLEY


Angela has a new boyfriend. C.J.'s amazingly handsome, romantic, and he's a senior. He texts her day and night. Angela's girlfriends are impressed, but her best friend, Jen, is troubled. At homecoming, a jealous C.J. roughly grabs Angela's arm as she dances with her pal Duffy, but later texts, begging Angela's forgiveness. The relationship continues, but Angela's girlfriends exclude her and she begins lying to her mother. Using e-mail, texting, his cell phone and an intimate photo of Angela, C.J. exerts his control, isolating Angela from family and friends as the relationship spirals dangerously downward. Hope replaces despair when, at Jen's urging, Angela finally reaches out to her parents. This well-researched and thought-provoking play explores the hidden world of aggression and violence in teen dating while encouraging young people to make choices that result in healthy relationships.


CAST LIST

Angela - Alaina Allee

C.J. - Nicholas Johnson

Jen - Abby Priest

Sam - Jericho Maniquis

Brad - Laramie Ziegler

Sara - Sydni Beaulier

Candice - Mikaila Dudley

Erika - Brookelyn Powell

Duffy - Nathan Seright

TIPS FOR AUDITIONING WITH TTCD

1. Be confident!

We love to see auditionees that know of their talents! We do understand that nervousness comes with every audition, so don't be too worried.

2. Be ready ahead of time.

Be familiar with the show! Make sure to have your 32 bars of music prepared and be able to comfortable singing it. A script is available at the Danville Public Library, so go check it out!

3. Don't take it too seriously.

This is an amazing opportunity to make friends and discover yourself! Don't beat yourself up over your auditions. Be kind and excited.