WWTC/MTC Streaming One Acts

November 13-14
A Streaming Event!

An Evening of One-Acts Featuring the Wilbur Wright Theatre Company
and the Munster Theatre Company

The Munster Theatre Company will be producing They Eat Sunshine, Not Zebras and Scarlet Expectations of a Drowned Maiden and Two Greek Queens

They Ead Sunshine, Not Zebras follows several blades of grass, growing contentedly in someone’s lawn.  One day a dandelion sprouts.  How will they deal with this “invader”?

If you love classic literature, or even if you don’t, Scarelet Expectations of a Drowned Maiden and Two Greek Queens is perfect for you!  Featuring five strong females from literary history (Penelope from The Iliad, Medea from Medea, Ophelia from Hamlet, Hester Prynne from The Scarlet Letter, and Miss Havisham from Great Expectations) are all guests on a modern-day talk show.  They bring their stories together as they work through their own problems and find support for each other.   All goes well until Reverend Dimmesdale shows up!  This is a hilarious recap of five great literary works!

 

The Wilbur Wright Theatre Company titles will be producing Hero Zero and Meet the Roommates.

In Hero Zero, Big Bro is a war hero, a larger-than-life presence whose little brother wants to be just like him when he grows up. But when the unthinkable happens and Big Bro is lost in the war, how can young Nil fill such big shoes? There are no easy answers, but Big Bro may just have left some clues behind to help in this play about grief and resilience.

In Meet the Roommates, two friends discover an incredible online simulator that shows them exactly what their future college roommate experiences will look like. Yet after a few minutes with a raging narcoleptic, a world-class procrastinator, and a children’s party clown, it may be time to seriously consider living alone.

 

Tickets for this event will be available for purchase at munaud.booktix.com beginning October 19.  Each ticket will be assigned a unique streaming link for whichever performance is selected in the purchasing process.
A stream pass for an individual will be $8, and a stream pass for two or more people watching together will be $15.

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    ​FOR IN-PERSON PERFORMANCES:
    The 26th and 27th will be at 7PM, and the 28th will be at 2PM. You will be able to purchase tickets at the door. No advance sales will be made for the in-person performances. Tickets will be $7.00 and is general seating. We will also be streaming the production for the weekend. If you are looking to watch the stream; be see the information below.

    FOR STREAMING PERFORMANCES:
    If you are choosing to stream the production instead of coming in person; you can purchase your streaming pass right now! The link below will take you to our ticket purchasing site. When you buy your stream; you will be able to watch the show anytime you wish from 1 AM Friday the 26th until 11 PM Sunday the 28th. There is no specific time; it is whenever you want to tune in. Your $10 streaming charge covers your whole house, and you SHOULD NOT purchase multiple streams for multiple members of family in your household that will watch the show with you. There is also a processing fee that will be added to your ticket; this is a cost from the ticketing agency for Credit Card Fees. If you don't want to purchase your streaming ticket now; you will be able to purchase it until 10PM on Sunday the 28th of February; so you don't have to stress about what happens if we go full virtual.

    If you have any questions about ticketing or are unsure what you need or should do; please email Mr. Hanaway at jhanaway@union.k12.in.us

    THE LINK BELOW IS ONLY FOR STREAMING TICKETS; NOT FOR IN-PERSON TICKETS

    https://www.bearcattheatre.org/winter-production.html
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    A young, hungry writer in Hollywood finally has his chance to pitch his original ideas for movies, television shows, and commercials to a major producer. The writer’s ideas come to life on stage as he tries to sell one -- just one -- of his many wacky ideas. Consider (and laugh) as the writer presents previews of a big-budget movie entitled “Thumb Wars”; a reality show about mailmen called “Going Postal”; a game show with the revolting title “Guess What I Just Ate for Dinner”; and even a commercial for a new sports drink called “H2MayO: The First Drinkable Mayonnaise.” This fast-paced comedic one act will put you in the producer’s shoes as they watch pitch after hilarious pitch go down in flames.

    TICKETING FOR "THE PITCH"


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    ​FOR IN-PERSON PERFORMANCES:
    The 26th and 27th will be at 7PM, and the 28th will be at 2PM. You will be able to purchase tickets at the door. No advance sales will be made for the in-person performances. Tickets will be $7.00 and is general seating. We will also be streaming the production for the weekend. If you are looking to watch the stream; be see the information below.

    FOR STREAMING PERFORMANCES:
    If you are choosing to stream the production instead of coming in person; you can purchase your streaming pass right now! The link below will take you to our ticket purchasing site. When you buy your stream; you will be able to watch the show anytime you wish from 1 AM Friday the 26th until 11 PM Sunday the 28th. There is no specific time; it is whenever you want to tune in. Your $10 streaming charge covers your whole house, and you SHOULD NOT purchase multiple streams for multiple members of family in your household that will watch the show with you. There is also a processing fee that will be added to your ticket; this is a cost from the ticketing agency for Credit Card Fees. If you don't want to purchase your streaming ticket now; you will be able to purchase it until 10PM on Sunday the 28th of February; so you don't have to stress about what happens if we go full virtual.

    If you have any questions about ticketing or are unsure what you need or should do; please email Mr. Hanaway at jhanaway@union.k12.in.us

    THE LINK BELOW IS ONLY FOR STREAMING TICKETS; NOT FOR IN-PERSON TICKETS

    https://www.bearcattheatre.org/winter-production.html
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    TICKETING FOR "THE PITCH"


    Our performances will be February 26th, 27th, 28th. We will be announcing on February 22nd what type of production we will be having. We are hoping to have an in-person production; but we may also be forced into a virtual production. Either way, we will be streaming our production the same weekend.

    ​FOR IN-PERSON PERFORMANCES:
    The 26th and 27th will be at 7PM, and the 28th will be at 2PM. You will be able to purchase tickets at the door. No advance sales will be made for the in-person performances. Tickets will be $7.00 and is general seating. We will also be streaming the production for the weekend. If you are looking to watch the stream; be see the information below.

    FOR STREAMING PERFORMANCES:
    If you are choosing to stream the production instead of coming in person; you can purchase your streaming pass right now! The link below will take you to our ticket purchasing site. When you buy your stream; you will be able to watch the show anytime you wish from 1 AM Friday the 26th until 11 PM Sunday the 28th. There is no specific time; it is whenever you want to tune in. Your $10 streaming charge covers your whole house, and you SHOULD NOT purchase multiple streams for multiple members of family in your household that will watch the show with you. There is also a processing fee that will be added to your ticket; this is a cost from the ticketing agency for Credit Card Fees. If you don't want to purchase your streaming ticket now; you will be able to purchase it until 10PM on Sunday the 28th of February; so you don't have to stress about what happens if we go full virtual.

    If you have any questions about ticketing or are unsure what you need or should do; please email Mr. Hanaway at jhanaway@union.k12.in.us

    THE LINK BELOW IS ONLY FOR STREAMING TICKETS; NOT FOR IN-PERSON TICKETS

    https://www.bearcattheatre.org/winter-production.html