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SIGN MAKING PARTY!
Find your voice and get inspired at our sign making party! Everyone is welcome to come anytime between 6-9. We will have some cardboard and supplies and additional art supplies and cardboard are greatly appreciated!
We'll be in the banquet room by the salad bar
When: Wednesday, January 17 at 6 PM - 9 PM
Where: Pizza Factory 970 N. Main St.,
One-woman show, ‘Drunk With Hope,’ hits Edison Stage
“What’s a nice girl like you NOT drinking in a place like this?”
Mammoth Lakes – Hope is here! And she’s not alone. Tara Handron, the playwright and sole actor in her 60-minute play called “Drunk With Hope,” hits the Edison Stage for two nights only: Saturday, January 13 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, January 14 at 4 p.m. In this play, Hardon discards clichéd representations of recovery and alcoholism and relies on complex characters and richly layered stories to expose the raw emotions so many alcoholic women experience.
Handron’s back-to-back portrayals of 10 female alcoholics (some sober, some not) of various ages, ethnicities, and socio-economic backgrounds come out of Handron’s own research on the subject, in face-to-face and computer mediated recovery meetings, as part of her thesis requirement in the Communication, Culture & Technology master’s degree program at Georgetown University.
Trained at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and the Second City in Chicago with many theatrical roles to her name, Handron brings talent and education to the stage as well as humor, poignancy, and a fresh voice to the once taboo subject of the female alcoholic.
Handron has performed “Drunk with Hope” in many cities across the country including New York City, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Chicago.
DCTheatreScene.com’s David Winkler said, “As a performer, Handron is dynamic and damn near fearless, embodying over the course of the hour a panoply of characters, as well as abstract concepts from the alcoholic’s psychological landscape.”
The Washington Post raved “any theatergoer can appreciate Handron and Brienza's skill at packing humor and theatricality into sociological observations.”
Catch “Drunk With Hope” Saturday, January 13 at 7 p.m. or Sunday, January 14 at 4 p.m. Tickets are available online at www.MammothLakesRepertoryTheatre.org for $20 general admission, $18 for seniors and students, or $22 at the door (sorry, no discounts).
WHAT: Drunk With Hope
WHEN: Saturday, January 13 at 7 p.m. or Sunday, January 14 at 4 p.m. WHERE: Edison Theatre, 100 College Parkway, across from Cerro Coso College
HOW MUCH: $20 adults/$18 students and seniors; $22 at the door – no discounts
BUY TICKETS: www.MammothLakesRepertoryTheatre.org
The Mammoth Lakes Foundation offers free education (books and tuition) to any Mono County resident and/or high school graduate who pursues an AA degree at Cerro Coso Community College and provides year-round theatre programming at Edison Theatre. For more information or to make a tax-deductible donation, please contact the Foundation at (760) 934-3781 or visit MammothLakesFoundation.org. Our nonprofit work is only possible through your generosity.
Robin Hood Audition
An audition will be held for the Missoula Children's Theatre production of Robin Hood, Monday, January 15th at the Home Street Middle School Multipurpose Building, from 3 PM to 5 PM. Those auditioning should arrive at 3 PM and plan to stay for the full two hours. Some of the cast members will be asked to stay for a rehearsal immediately following the audition.
Approximately 50-60 roles are available for local students. All students, grades Kindergarten through 8th grade, from any school are encouraged to audition. No advance preparation is necessary. Most students rehearse approximately 4 1⁄2 hours each day, Monday through Friday. Performances are scheduled for Saturday, January 20th at 3 and 5:30 PM at the Bishop High School Auditorium.
For more information, call Emilee Norcross at 760-920-0025.
Robin Hood is part of the Missoula Children's Theatre's unique international touring project, and residency in Bishop is made possible by the Donald M. Slager Sunset Foundation & patron donations.