COURT STREET SERIES

Join us for our series of one-weekend cabarets and readings. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS.

Mark

Mark D. Lingenfelter’s autobiographical one man show

THE LAUGHS, THE LEGEND, THE LINGENFELTER

Jan 10 & 11 at 8pm

It’s the story of a person wanting to keep everybody happy and looking for a place to fit in. It’s a coming of age tale, if by “coming of age” you mean someone reaching his mid-thirties and realizing everything he thought he wanted really wasn’t what he wanted anymore.

It’s really about putting on the quintessential living room musical. 

Mark D. Lingenfelter is a performer who blogs and vlogs at his own website, adventuresofmark.com, website devoted to his musings, rants, opinions and humorous takes on finding the adventure and humor in the every day. The Laughs, The Legend, The Lingenfelter (The Three Ls, for short) is in essence, the LIVE! version of the site and uses stories, videos and songs to tell the story of Mark’s life and his take on the world around him.



Stuart Landon and his friends return for another rousing rendition of

COURT STREET CABARET

March 21 & 22 at 8pm

The best of Broadway and beyond is sure to please your ears and leave your toes tapping. 

Audiences can expect old and new showtune favorites from songwriters like Stephen Schwartz, Rogers & Hammerstein, William Finn, Craig Carnelia, and Jerry Herman.

Laramie Project 10 Years Latera

a staged reading of

THE LARAMIE PROJECT: TEN YEARS LATER

May 9 & 10 at 8pm

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On Oct. 6, 1998, Matthew Shepard was beaten and tied to a fence in the outskirts of Laramie, Wyoming, and left to die. He died six days later. A month after the murder the members of Tectonic Theater Project traveled to Laramie and conducted interviews with the people of the town. The Laramie Project was a cultural pulse-taking that told of the personalities and events of the murder and its aftermath.

Ten years later, Tectonic members returned to Laramie to find out what has happened over the last ten years. Has Matthew's murder had a lasting impact on that community? How has the town changed as a result of this event? What does life in Laramie tell us about life in America 10 years later?

Open Stage produced THE LARAMIE PROJECT in 2001. Join us for the epilogue to this important story. 

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