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Sunday, September 21, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘Moon Theater Company’

Moon Theater presents Harvey

Moon Theater presents Harvey

 

The Great Loveland Potato Hoax

The Great Loveland Potato Hoax

Staged Reading of The Great Loveland Potato Hoax at Loveland Museum/Gallery LOVELAND, CO—A staged reading of "The Great Loveland Potato Hoax," by Moon Theatre Company productions,  will take place at the Loveland Museum and Gallery, 503 N. Lincoln, at 7:30 p.m. on March 15. Tickets are $3.00 each will be available at the Museum front desk beginning on Tuesday, February 21. There will be a limited number of tickets available. "The Great Loveland Potato Hoax” script was ... Full Story

Kitchen Witches coming to the Rialto

Kitchen Witches coming to the Rialto

  The Moon Theatre Company will present “The Kitchen Witches,” a full-length comedy that joins two arch-rival cooking show hostesses on stage in the same TV show, yielding ratings that would put Martha Stewart and Jerry Springer both to shame. Written by Caroline Smith and directed by Don Kraus, insults rise higher than cake dough and a hilarious tale is whipped up in a savory show that is bound to please even the fussiest palate. As a special treat, local "celebrities" ... Full Story

Auditions

Moon Theater Company The Moon Theatre Company is holding auditions for "Kitchen Witches" Nov. 27 & 28 at 6 p.m. at 340 Mountain Ave. in Berthoud (the Re/Max office). Looking for one 50+ female who is good with accents and one 25-30 male. "Kitchen Witches" is a full-length comedy that brings two archenemy cooking show hostesses together on stage in the same TV show, yielding ratings that would put Martha Stewart and Jerry Springer both to shame. Performances will be the last two weekends ... Full Story

“Dearly Departed” playing in Berthoud

“Dearly Departed” playing in Berthoud

    The Moon Theater Company’s latest production “Dearly Departed,” opened last night to uproarious laughter. In a great bit of type casting, Tom Patterson has a non-speaking role as Bud, who quickly becomes the  “Dearly Departed.” There will be a series of  celebrity "dearly departing" guest Buds throughout the run of the show: Saturday, Nov. 5, Rick Padden; Sunday, Nov. 6, Don Kraus; Friday, Nov. 11, Leonard Sherman; Saturday, Nov. 12, Rev. Keith Watson; and ... Full Story

Moon Theater Production

Moon Theater Production

    The Moon Theatre Company will present the drop dead funny “Dearly Departed” Nov. 4, 5, 11 & 12 (7:30 p.m.) and Nov. 6 & 13 (2 p.m.) at the United Methodist Church (lower level stage), 820 9th St. in Berthoud. Tickets: $10, adult, and $8 for students and seniors. “Dearly Departed,” by David Bottrell and Jessie Jones, is a comedy about the Turpin family, which proves that living and dying in the Baptist backwoods of the Bible Belt is seldom tidy and ... Full Story

Have an “Odd” night out

Have an “Odd” night out

By Sharlynn Wamsley If you have the chance to see the Moon Theatre’s production of the “The Odd Couple” at the Rialto Theater, do! It is delightful. When veteran director, Don Kraus, was given the opportunity by the Moon Theatre Company to choose a comedy to direct at the Rialto … knowing the actors he has worked with from previous performances … he chose “The Odd Couple” as the best comedy to showcase their talents. Indeed, Ken Benda as Oscar Madison, and Brien ... Full Story

The Odd Couple at the Rialto

The Odd Couple at the Rialto

Moon Theater’s Community Christmas

Moon Theater’s Community Christmas

The Moon Theater Company’s Community Christmas at the United Methodist Church was a delightful hour and half of Christmas songs and stories. This was the first such event, hopefully it won’t be the last. If you missed it, plan on seeing it next year. It’s free and its fun. (Click on photos for larger image) The first offering was “ A Charlie Brown Christmas.” The Peanut’s characters were a delight as Charlie Brown (Gary Maggi) looked for the true meaning of Christmas among ... Full Story

Kudos to the Moon Theater Company

Kudos to the Moon Theater Company

To the Editor: Kudos to director Kathleen Gruman and the cast and crew of Moon Theatre Company's just-ended run of You Can't Take it with You. Thanks for treating the Berthoud community to a funny and professional-quality production. As all of us deal with the effects of our economy's downturn and many are vowing to live more simply, Grandpa's line "You can't take it with you" has renewed meaning. Outstanding acting and directing, a comfortable venue, the chance to ... Full Story

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