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OPENING 10/10: A special production of Sarge and The Monkey’s Paw

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October 10 at 8pm
October 11 at 8pm
October 12 at 7pm
October 16 at 8pm
October 17 at 8pm
October 18 at 8pm
October 19 at 3pm
October 20 at 8pm

Sarge was the critic’s pick in the 2014 Cincinnati Fringe Festival, hailed as “a solid, unflinching portrayal of a woman in a state of crisis, yet trying to hold her life together.” Stars Christine Dye.The Monkey’s Pawis a hilarious, surreal look at parenting and marriage. Mike and Tish’s son is missing. Tish can’t leave home until he returns and Mike can’t ever get the house clean enough. This play has been produced in London and New York City. Both are written by Kevin Crowley. Stars Carol Brammer and Dylan Shelton.

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CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS 2014/2015

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Classes and performance opportunities for all ages and experience levels.  CHILDREN AND ADULTS

“Baby Box “a.k.a   acting for our youngest thespians.  ages 3-7   Session begins Sat 10am, meeting weekly. Oct 4th – Nov 8th. 60 min class. These classes will be held at our main studio, located 404 Ludlow Avenue. 45220  Tuition 185.00.

A Musical Theatre Preparatory Class for our youngest thespians ages 3-7, Baby Box is a multi-week exploration of story,  character, theatre terms and direction, dance and song. Classes occur on Saturday mornings at 10a.  The session is an eight-week course based on fairy tales from around the world, with the classes building upon each other.

 

Young Adult Script Writing and Story Development  Ages 13-17

Session begins Wends weekly- Oct 8-Nov 12  6:15-7:30 CPT will host this class at our CCAC location, room 128
Instructors Kevin Crowley and Carol Brammer

Writing for Teens and Adults—This is intended as a series of exercises to get all participates writing and encouraging each other to write. Each session will include cold writing, warm up exercises and (if you like) homework, so you can share.Kevin Crowley  is a successful playwright and a huge fan of all forms of literature.  If there is a story lurking within you, he will help you tell it!

 Adult Script Writing and Story Development  Ages 18-108   Instructor Kevin Crowley
Session begins Wends weekly- Oct 8-Nov 12  6:00-7:15 CPT will host this class at our CCAC location, room 308

Adult Acting  Ages 15-108 Instructor Kevin Crowley

Session begins Wends weekly- Oct 8-Nov 12  7:30-9:00 CPT will host this class at our CCAC location, room 308

*Adult Intro to Acting is p

rimarily for adult students who want a general approach to acting, either to apply your skills for auditions locally or just get a sense of how it’s done. We will rely heavily on improv exercises initially before moving on to scene and monologue work.Nothing in life is guaranteed, except this—I guarantee you’ll have fun.

 Musical theater workshops for ages 5-15

“A Christmas Carol”  adaptation by Carol Brammer

Tues-Thur cast Session II begins Oct 7th- Nov 18th-  6-7:30 (Rehearsals at CCAC)e this holiday! Clifton Performance Theatre’s full-child cast production will have our young actors play all the roles of this holiday classic.  Follow the story of Ebeneezer Scrooge as he journeys to remember the true meaning of the holiday season.

Performances will be November 22nd at 7 pm and November 23rd 2:30pm at the CCAC. 


Next in the 2014-2015 season from Untethered Theater and The Clifton Players!

All New People
November 7-30
Written by Zach Braff, directed by Jared Doren
Charlie’s birthday first goes wrong when Emma stumbles in, disrupting his suicide attempt. Taking this as divine intervention, Emma demands that she, Myron — a firefighter with some interesting extra-curriculars — and the bubbly Kim throw Charlie a party to convince him to keep living. Throughout the course of the night, aided by flashbacks, the group learns that everyone is running from something, but in the end, life is what you make it.

August: Osage County
Winter 2015, dates TBA
Written by Tracy Letts, directed by Buz Davis
The funeral of patriarch Beverly brings the large Weston family back to their Oklahoman homestead. But what’s being buried is nothing compared to what’s dug up. Incendiary family secrets, generational conflict and repressed truths explode in this portrait one of the most dysfunctional families the stage has ever seen. Hilarious, taut and truthful.

Three Days of Rain
May 1-24, 2015
Written by Richard Greenberg, directed by Leah Strasser
Walker, Nan and their childhood friend Pip meet for reading of their father’s will, where an unexpected bequeathment triggers a rift in their friendship. Three Days of Rain takes us from the lives of these friends to the formative years of their parents, exposing secrets that would come to be buried under decades of expectation, estrangement, mental illness. A heartbreaking, unexpectedly romantic family story.


Coming in January, a special production:
She’s Crazy (And Other Mental Health Myths)
January 22-25
This cabaret-style piece explores how our society approaches mental illness, with the goal of reducing the stigma surrounding mental health issues. Features music by Sherry McCamley, stories and interactive media.Written by Cathy Springfield and Sherry McCamley.

The Irish Curse Gala Weekend
March 20-21
This audience and critic favorite returns for one weekend! The Irish Curse chronicles five Irish-American men who meet in a Catholic Church basement at a self-help group for men with small penises, i.e, “The Irish Curse.” March 21st features a band and catered party after the show!

The Players and Untethered complete almost all of the pre-production and production work in-house, keeping with the mission of high quality/low cost productions. Our sets and costumes are often built out of reclaimed materials, and we partner with the other businesses in our district to promote the health and viability of the Clifton community.  The space transforms with each production, drawing you into the setting of the current show, while still remaining a studio for learning available to all those wishing to continue or begin their craft. When you see a show at the Clifton Performance Theatre, you get a true storefront experience – an intimate, highly-charged, actor-driven theatrical production.
We greatly need and appreciate all those who have in the past or continue to financially support this space.
Every ticket sale, every donation, every class purchase, is a tool for keeping this unique theater available in Cincinnati. Thank you!