How to find STAGE TOO:
The best way to find STAGE TOO is to enter the alley between PCA and the merchants on Cortez St between Willis and Sheldon. From the alley, Murphy's is on the far left (south) and Peregrine is on the far right (north). Walk through the alley until you arrive at STAGE TOO, one door to the south of the freight entrance to Peregrine Books. There will be signage to mark the location.
PCA is very grateful to Ms. Judith Hardes and to the Prescott Lowes for their generosity which is assisting PCA with making Stage Too possible. PCA is also extremely appreciative to all of our AMAZING volunteers who have put in many hours and lots of physical labor making Stage Too a viable space for performers, students, and patrons.
Additional Contributors: MaryAnn and Allan Dutton, Art and Doris Winkler, Lindquist Realty, Anonymous.
THE ACTOR'S NIGHTMARE & SISTER MARY IGNATIUS EXPLAINS IT ALL FOR YOU
MAY 1, 2, 3, 8. 9. 10 at 7:30pm and 4 and 11 at 2pm
By Christopher Durang Directed by Jon Meyer
From the twisted mind of Christopher Durang are two hilarious one-acts with the bite of a shark.
THE ACTORS NIGHTMARE. Ever have that dream where you've arrived for something important but don't remember perparing for it? That's what's happening to George, an accountant who finds himself expected to play several roles for which he hasn't rehearsed, much less learned his lines, which just may get his head chopped off.
SISTER MARY IGNATIUS EXPLAINS IT ALL FOR YOU brings you face to face with the world of a psychotic nun bent on saving, or killing, her charges in order to save them from Hell. Enter her classroom if you dare.
THE ACTOR'S NIGHTMARE
George Spelvin............Jim Adams
Ellen Terry..........Rebekah Zito
Sarah Siddons.......Mary Timpany
Henry Irving.......Michael O'Rear
SISTER MARY EXPLAINS IT ALL FOR YOU
Sister Mary................Julie Cargill
Diane Symonds................Kelsey Diefendorf
Philomena Rostovich........Rebekah Zito
Gary Sullivan...............Rob White
Aloysius Benheim................Michael Clesceri
WEEKEND AT THE
May 16 & 17 7:30pm Stage Too
co-presented with Folks Sessions
During the early 1960s New York’s The Bitter End hosted many Folk music performers during their infamous "Hootenanny nights" who have since become legendary, including Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Harry Chapin, Judy Collins, Arlo Guthrie, Ian & Sylvia, Phil Ochs, Odetta, Tom Paxton, Peter, Paul and Mary, Tom Rush, Buffy Sainte-Marie, The Searchers, John Sebastian, The Serendipity Singers, Pete Seeger and Joni Mitchell. Join us as we “step back in time” for an Evening at The Bitter End featuring artists who all performed at The Bitter End.
Presented with AMAZ Radio.