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1yr Theater Company presents two new, high drama, one-act plays

5 plays, 1 year. Appropriately titled, 1yr Theater Company presents some meaty original works.
Scott Pell as Orpheus and Brittany Devon as Eurydice.

Scott Pell as Orpheus and Brittany Devon as Eurydice. /Stephen Douglas Wright

Info and Tickets

Performances Dates/Times:

May 13th at 8pm

May 14th at 8pm

May 15th at 3pm

 

Venue:

Dog Story Theater

7 Jefferson Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503  

 

Tickets:

General Admission: $12.50

Purchases can be made at the door or online (link here).

 

 

 

The 1yr Theater Company is presenting two one-act plays, Doctor Arthur, and The Moon Will Rise and Grow by Stephen Douglas Wright on May 13th through 15th. The plays act as part of a series of five original plays by Wright taking place between Summer 2015 and Summer 2016. (Hence the title of the theater company...)

For the first act, Doctor Arthur is a dark comedy about Arthur, a doctor who is held hostage while performing surgery. Doctor Arthur features the following cast members: Ann Celeste Cloyd, Scott Pell, Madeleine Hagger, Benjamin Hauk, and Fiona Campbell.

Second act, The Moon Will Rise and Grow is a retelling of the Orpheus myth, wherein Orpheus travels to the underworld to bring his love, Eurydice, back to life. The Moon Will Rise and Grow features the following cast members: Spencer Tomlin, Ann Celeste Cloyd, Scott Pell, Laura Anys, Brittany Devon, Stephen Wright Douglas, and Betsy Devon.

These two plays mark the second and third installments of the five part series that began in July 2015, with the children’s play, Journey to the Stars.

For more information about the 1yr Theater Company, link here to their facebook page.

 

Performances Dates/Times:

May 13th and 14th at 8pm

May 15th at 3pm

Venue:

Dog Story Theater

7 Jefferson Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503  

Tickets:

General Admission: $12.50

Purchases can be made at the door or online here.

 

 

Hope to see you there,

Joel L. Schindlbeck

 

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