Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2021-09-20 09:43:39 –
On Thursday, September 23, the Next Act Theater will welcome the audience to its first live production since February 2020.The show 3 views In a play by Jeffrey Hatcher consisting of three solo performances set in a funeral hall, each monologue has a wonderfully twisted and influential combination, and the combination is meaningful. The Next Act staged it in 1997, deepening the sense of reconnection. The renowned artist company Ed Morgan oversees actors Cassandra Bissell, Carrie Hitchcock and David Cecsarini, founder and artistic director of NextAct.
Cecsarini gives another reason for choosing to resume this play. “The monologue is really back to basics. It’s the story of the actor, the writer, and the audience. I think the arrangement is so elegant that it’s worth returning to the live performance first.”
Safety is another reason. “Monologues provide safer conditions for rehearsals. They also look safer to the audience,” he said. It is better to relax and enjoy.
The following legislation requires audiences, artists, volunteers and staff to be vaccinated and masked. The performance will be held with a capacity of 50%. Improved air filtration, enhanced hygiene efforts, and non-contact ticketing help ensure safety. Online display options will also be available.
“According to a survey, the performing arts audience ranks first in the vaccinated group in the country,” says Cecsarini. “Our company and our audience create safety conditions together.”
“Simpleness is our word,” he continues. “This piece can be done on a bare stage with a few pieces of furniture. It offers more, but it’s modest. Hatcher’s story is quiet and has angry humor. Sprinkled and gently suspended. It would be easy to overwhelm them with too many bells and whistles. “
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“I really enjoy his trick of getting his character to mention some of the same people and events, but obviously they aren’t personally involved with each other. The same room as others. I’m really looking forward to playing with this. “
The three viewings will run from September 23rd to October. 17, Next Act Home Theater, 255 S. Water Street. For tickets, call 414-278-07065 or visit nextact.org.