15 Minutes, a World-Premiere Play from the Ruckus Theater Company
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The last date listed for 15 Minutes was Sunday June 12, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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This unique adaptation of Shakespeare's whimsical story of romance, mischief and magic is set in the 1940s and performed promenade-style, where you follow the action and actors around the space. In this play, one of Shakespeare's most popular, four young lovers venture into the woods on a midsummer's night and become the unwitting victims in a lover's quarrel between the king and queen of fairies. When a group of local rustics rehearsing a play in the forest also gets caught up in the madness, the comical snarl of spells seems impossible to sort out. But with fairies and sprites all around, it just takes a little more magic and, as Puck puts it, "all is mended." Learn More
Devised by the Ruckus Theater Company
Written by Mitch Vermeersch and Aaron Dean
Directed by Allison Shoemaker
Timo Aker* — Sebastian Duder
Joshua Davis* — Simon Lee
Alyse Kittner — Henry
Stevie Chaddock Lambert — Rayne Droppe
Elise Mayfield* — Ivy Brock
Karie Miller* — Juniper Hawk
- - company member
About the Ticket Supplier: The Ruckus TheaterAs a company, we are focused and devoted both to the development of new work and the exploration of the standard rehearsal model. We emphasize open communication and exploration between the traditional roles defined in the rehearsal room -- that is to say, the actors feed the playwright, who feeds the director, who feeds the actors, designers, and dramaturg, who all give back in turn. We actively encourage each other to step outside our comfort zones. We are dedicated to developing our work and each other. We are particularly interested in involving alternate forms of media and embracing the unexpected way to tell the story.
The Ruckus is a transplant of Kalamazoo, MI, made up of actors, directors, playwrights, musicians, casting directors, publicity managers, grant writers, baristas, grad students, music directors, baby teachers, poets, computer fixers, appointment-makers and census-takers. We aim to make new things and think about them.