KCC Theatre- 2014/2015
Fall 2014 main stage production: Sampled Shakespeare
Dates: November 14, 15 (7:30pm) & 16 (3:00pm) and 21, 22 (7:30pm) & 23 (3:00pm)
Admission: FREE (optional donation taken at door)
To Reserve Seats, call (269) 965-4154
For our fall show, KCC Theatre is excited to present a truly unique experience- Sampled Shakespeare! Are you a bit of a geek? Are you terrified of iambic pentameter? Do you enjoy bowling and/or have a favorite rug? If any of the previous questions apply to you, we have just the prescription for you! Thanks to the brilliant work of playwrights Ian Doescher and Adam Bertocci, The original Star Wars Trilogy and the cult classic film The Big Lebowski have been ‘translated’ into Elizabethan english in the style of William Shakespeare! A first in the west Michigan region, Sampled Shakespeare will be a multi-media savvy evening of tasty bits from all four of these amazing scripts. Have you never seen any of the Star Wars films (shame on you!) or Lebowski? Never fear! Our FREE production features the original scenes on the big screen followed immediately by the ‘olde school’ version performed by our own live actors! This production will be KCC Theatre’s very first event held in the newly renovated Binda Center for the Performing Arts. Come help us christen our new home in a style befitting of the Bard, the Dude and the Force! (note: some screened clips from The Big Lebowski feature adult language; these scenes will be saved for the end of the performance- allowing audience members to duck out if preferred)
Also this fall… Fall Mich-Mash: (December 12, 7:30pm; Binda Theatre) A KCC Theatre tradition! Come see KCC Theatre students present a wide variety of work created in class and on campus this semester! Scenes, monologues, improv, short films, stupid human tricks, interpretive dance… who knows what you’ll see! One night only- and FREE!
And coming March 2015: Gilbert and Sullivan’s farcical, hilarious operetta, The Pirates of Penzance!
Pirates will be produced in conjunction with KCC’s Department of Music and will be the first full-scale production to take place in the new Binda Theatre!