David Mamet's Oleanna Explores a Provocative Power Struggle
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Utilizing actual rain and water features live onstage, Quench is a lively and liquid-centric exploration of dance and the dynamism of water. With a cast of characters that includes water sprites, beach bums, mermaids and even aquatic gods, the 14 dancers of Quench explore some of the many ways in which water impacts our lives -- whether it be a source of life, a playground for pranks or a fountainhead of infinite beauty. Filled with dazzling costumes, live musical accompaniment and a whole lotta water, the many dance numbers in this bright and buoyant show will flip, drip, drop and splash their way across the stage of the Frenetic Theater. Learn More
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The theater was and staff were pleasant. The lead actor embodied his character nicely. The lead actress seemed to still be in training. The fight choreography was... well, it could have been less tragic in its execution. It was, according to my...continued
Due to subject matter, this performance is recommended for those age 16 and older.
About the Ticket Supplier: Queensbury Theatre
In early 1956 the Country Playhouse was founded by a group of hardworking individuals, all with one common interest; a love for theatre. Their first play was Personal Appearance by Lawrence Riley and was performed at Memorial Drive Elementary School. Their first production made a profit of $112.
In 1958, the Playhouse relocated to the old Veteran’s Hall on Katy Road. The place was an old abandoned church in a state of disrepair, but by 1960 the Playhouse had raked in profits of $6000 – enough to build their own building on the property. The barn-like structure of The Country Playhouse continued to delight audiences with performances until they were forced to move when their property was purchased by Joe Johnson, and is now part of Memorial City Mall.
In 1981, The Country Playhouse found its latest and greatest home across the street from Town & Country Mall and remains there today. The Cerwinske Stage (named after charter members Herb & Alceste Cerwinske) holds a capacity crowd of 226 and the Black Box theatre provides a venue for entertainment ranging from cutting edge, commercial plays to live readings of original works, many of which go on to full production staging. The Playhouse holds adult and children’s acting classes under the professional eye of Barbara Lasater.