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Theatre Bristol Announces “A Night Of Not-So-Scary Halloween One-Acts”
Ghosts, aliens, and superheroes take center stage in several one-acts running October 25 & 26.
Bristol, TN, October 2013 – The Theatre Bristol Young Actor’s Guild presents “A Night Of Not-So-Scary Halloween One-Acts,” October 25 and 26, featuring Ghost Hunters of Route 66, Touched By An Alien, and Superhero Support Group written by D.M. Larson.
The production features three separate one-act plays with intermediary acts performed by members of Theatre Bristol’s Young Actor’s Guild. The Guild includes Makenna Arnold, Kaylie Crain, Ben Fitton, Daniel Freeman, Camille Gray, Carson Musick, Seth Peterson, and Nick Thompson.
Ghost Hunters of Route 66 tells of Paul (Fitton) and Patsie (Musick), owners of the “Boo Cafe”, a hot spot in their small country town, are scared witless after a ghostly encounter. The only solution, they decide, is to call in the renowned French ghost hunters, Monique (Gray) and Jaque (Peterson), who maybe in over their heads this time around.
In Touched By An Alien, the Captain (Freeman) and Commander (Peterson) of a Space Exploring vessel, land on an uncharted planet with Officer Grunt (Gray) and a new Cadet (Musick). Their mission is to get the alien (Fitton) resident’s permission to take over their planet by any means necessary but they are constantly distracted by their own vain wants and desires.
And last, but certainly not least, the Doctor (Musick), a mysterious character, has gathered together Dogboy (Freeman), Catchick (Crain), Smack (Peterson), and Caper (Gray), the greatest superheroes of our time, in her office for an unknown reason. However, after an encounter with Shade, another hero, the supers discover the doctor’s plans to put them all through an insidious therapy that will remove their powers…forever!
With Nick Thompson on lights and sound and Makenna Arnold stage managing, this production not only features the Young Actor’s Guild’s onstage talents but their offstage talents as well. From set to costumes to light to marketing, everything is done by these talented youth, with the guidance of Board of Directors members Mike Musick and Samantha Gray.
Show performances are Friday, October 25 at 7:00 pm, and Saturday afternoon and evening, October 26 at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm, with tickets available at the door. General admission tickets are $5 and students are $3.
Audiences are invited to get into the Halloween spirit and come to the show dressed as their favorite ghost, alien, superhero, or any other not-so-scary character!
Ghost Hunters of Route 66, Touched By An Alien, and Superhero Support Group are all produced by special arrangement with http://www.freedrama.net.
Founded in 1965, Theatre Bristol is the oldest continually running children’s theatre in northeast Tennessee. Its Main Stage season consists of up to five productions. Some of our performances take place in the ARTspace, a multi-purpose, black box theatre which seats up to 100. Theatre Bristol’s 2013 season is dedicated to founder Cathy DeCaterina and includes A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Anne of Green Gables: A New Musical, and A Miracle on 34th Street. In addition to the listed shows for this season, “A Night of Not-So-Scary Halloween One-Acts” is also dedicated to Mrs. DeCaterina.
For more information, visit Theatre Bristol’s Facebook page, or contact Theatre Bristol at 423-383-5979, or email email@example.com.
PHOTOS AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD: High-resolution color photos of this production will be available for media use on the Theatre Bristol Facebook page.
INTERVIEWS: Interviews with the cast or other production members are available. Call 423-383-5979.