Aug 24 2012

Check out the Tallgrass Times Newsletter – Fall 2012

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CLICK HERE to read the Fall 2012 Tallgrass Times!

 
Feb 26 2012

“The Sylvia Rep” Casts Announced!

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We are proud to announce “The Sylvia Rep”  Casts-

Sylvia by A.R. Gurney

SYLVIA: Katelyn McBurney
GREG: Shane Donegan
KATE: Stephanie Clemens
TOM, PHYLLIS, LESLIE: Susan Irish

The Goat or, Who is Sylvia? by Edward Albee

STEVIE: Kt Marie Scarcello
MARTIN: Gabe Thompson
ROSS: Noah Parks
BILLY: Ryan Hawkins

 
Nov 28 2011

Cast announced for Dancing with the Moon!

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A big THANK YOU to all who auditioned! The cast is as follows:
Kate…..Melissa Powell
Slim…..Scott Hoyt
Leesa…..Abby Clayton
Francis…..Timothy Rodriguez
Jeanine…..Shaylee Young
Mr. Theodorakis…..R.J. Lundgren

 
Oct 3 2011

DM Register Review: Lonely Planet: “It’s worth the trip”

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Check out the Lonely Planet review by The Des Moines Register’s Michael Morain on the Arts in Iowa blog by clicking here!

 
Oct 1 2011

2011-2012 Iowa Playwrights Workshop Announced

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6th Annual Iowa Playwrights Workshop Winner Announced:
Dancing with the Moon by Tom Deiker
CLICK HERE for show and audition info!

 
Sep 22 2011

Check out the NEW Tallgrass Times Newsletter – 9.22.11

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May 31 2011

Now Accepting Submissions for 6th Annual Playwrights Workshop

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To review guidelines and apply now, click here.

For general Playwrights Workshop information, visit our Playwrights Workshop page.

 
May 17 2011

2011-2012 Season VIP Passes Now Available for Purchase

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Find out how to become a VIP by purchasing a season ticket here.

 
Apr 26 2011

Praise for “The Shadow Box”

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The Des Moines Register’s Michael Morain describes Tallgrass’ production of The Shadow Box by Michael Cristofer: “with thoughtful direction by Daryl Vitali and heartfelt performances from the cast…the unpacking is as skillful as any you’ll see on a local stage this season.”

Click here to read the review on The Des Moines Register.

 
Apr 25 2011

2011-2012 Season Announcement

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2011-2012 Season

September 30-October 15, 2011—LONELY PLANET by Steven Dietz
January 20-February 4, 2012—6TH ANNUAL IOWA PLAYWRIGHTS WORKSHOP
April 27 – May 12, 2012—”THE SYLVIA REP“—Tallgrass’ First-ever Repertory Production:
SYLVIA by A.R. Gurney and THE GOAT OR, WHO IS SYLVIA? by Edward Albee

Find out how to become a VIP by purchasing a season ticket here!

LONELY PLANET: This compassionate play reveals friendship and fear in the age of AIDS. Jody is in his forties and runs a map store. Not one for the outside world, Jody stays in his map store all the time. His friend, Carl has been bringing chairs of dead friends into Jody’s store and leaving them there. When Jody needs to take an AIDS test, Carl tries to convince him it is not only okay to leave the store but also that he must take responsibility for his life, or he will join the set of chairs that are gradually filling the store. Through their interaction, the two realize how grateful they are to have such a strong lasting friendship.

6TH ANNUAL IOWA PLAYWRIGHTS WORKSHOP
A fresh new work by an Iowa playwright—Script to be announced October 1

SYLVIA: Greg and Kate have moved to Manhattan after 22 years of child-raising in the suburbs. Greg’s career as a financial trader is winding down, while Kate’s career, as a public-school English teacher, is beginning to offer her more opportunities. Greg brings home a dog he found in the park—or that has found him—bearing only the name “Sylvia” on her name tag. A street-smart mixture of Lab and Poodle, Sylvia becomes a major bone of contention between husband and wife. The marriage is put in serious jeopardy—will a compromise be found, or will Sylvia take over?

THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA?: (Winner of the 2001 Tony Award) On his 50th birthday, Martin, a world-famous architect, prepares for a recorded interview by an old friend in the TV business; but in the course of the conversation a secret emerges that threatens to turn celebration to tragedy. The Goat is hugely enjoyable parable that plumbs the deepest questions of social constraints on the individual expression of love.