Summer (theatrical) adventures for every travel budget
Summer (theatrical) adventures for every travel budget
Cottage Theatre News
May 30, 2014
Paris in August — C'est magnifique!
Monsieur Beck
Your private tour guide, Monsieur Alan Beck, will ensure that your accent is up to snuff and that you know where to go and what to say.
Photo: Eiffel Tower
Sorry, a stop at the Eiffel Tower is NOT included on this journey. (But you will get to visit the legendary Frisky Puss Hotel.)
Photo: Beautiful Dress
The "dresser to the stars," Madame Turnquist, will create lovely gowns for your Parisian adventure.
If you have always wanted to spend time in Paris, but don't have a huge travel budget this year, have we got an opportunity for you! Come audition for A Flea in Her Ear and you'll get to spend August in Paris during its turn-of-the-twentieth-century heyday. We can take just 15 lucky winners on this extraordinary journey: 9 men and 6 women. All you need to do to have a chance at winning this travel adventure of a lifetime is show up at auditions this weekend, either Sunday June 1 at 2:00 pm or Monday June 2 at 6:30 pm. Read more on our website.
Moon Over Buffalo
"This is Buffalo, New York. It's like . . . Scranton without the charm."
Moon Over Buffalo
How about Buffalo?
If you'd rather watch the merriment on stage than be part of the action, then how about a trip to Buffalo, New York? Two weeks from today, your (imaginary) flight departs for 1950s Buffalo. Your sightseeing will begin at the Erlanger Theater, where Cyrano de Bergerac and Noel Coward's Private Lives are playing in repertory. On stage are none other than Charlotte and George Hay, yesterday's stars of stage and screen (with big hits to their credit such as Sergeant Yukon and Apache Woman.)
Seats are still available on the following flights:
June 13, 14, 15*, 20, 21, 22*, 26, 27, 28, 29*
(*denotes afternoon departures)
Tickets are just $18 for Adults and $15 for Youth (ages 6-18).
Order Now
"CHARLOTTE: I met [Greer Garson] once. She was filming Pride and Prejudice and I was next door filming Apache Woman. (With increasing bitterness.) She was cutting the crusts off little tea sandwiches, and I was boiling a pig in a teepee.
GEORGE: Charlotte . . . .
CHARLOTTE: She was making love to Laurence Olivier, and I was sacrificing a chicken with Chief Chunkachook." 
Photo: SKIT Camp
There's no place like home!
Why travel at all when you have the rich imagination of a young child? We still have space available in our June 23 - 27 SKIT Camp for young adventurers ages 5 through 8. This half-day camp is the perfect introduction to life in the theatre. There's a little bit of acting, a little bit of singing, a little bit of dancing, and a whole lot of fun! This popular camp is filling quickly, so register soon. Registration forms are available on our website.
Wishing you an adventure-filled summer
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