Yes. Already. I know!
The plays are coming fast and thick this season, with Walden Theatre’s next play just two weeks over the horizon: The Disappearance of Daniel Hand by Dan O’Brien, directed by Alec Volz.
Daniel disappeared, but the clues and impressions he left behind take his classmate, an aspiring filmmaker, on an investigation to the heart of who he might have been.
Is anyone really the person everyone takes them to be?
This play is the second in Walden Theatre’s Slant Culture Series of new plays for young people. Slant Culture presents new works by rising playwrights that feature complex teenage characters. The name Slant Culture comes from the laboratory practice of tilting a test tube to provide a greater area for growth, likewise we’re using this series to challenge our young actors to approach character development by drawing directly from their own lives and those of their peers.
The actors of Walden Theatre’s nationally-acclaimed Conservatory Program for young people perform the play November 11-20 on the Nancy Niles Sexton Stage at Walden Theatre. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evening performances are at 7:30pm, and Saturday matinee shows are at 2:00pm.
This is the third play of Walden Theatre’s 35th anniversary season. Watch for information about upcoming show To Kill a Mockingbird adapted for the stage by Christopher Sergel from the novel by Harper Lee (Jan. 20-29).
November 11,12, 13, 18, 19, 20 at 7:30pm
November 13 and 20 @ 2:00pm.
Tickets are general admission, and all performances are fully accessible. Call to reserve 502-589-0084. Evenings: Adults $15, Students/Seniors $10.Matinees: Adults $10, Students/Seniors $8. Group Rates: Please contact the administrative offices.