We are so thrilled and excited for our 2015 season; we will make announcements about the upcoming year shortly. Here's a little tidbit. Our 2015 Playwright in Residence is Christopher Daniels. Daniels, who most recently wrote and starred in his own one-man show at GLM, is working fervently on a new project that is set to premiere next year. However, in order to complete his project he needs your help! He is looking for personal anecdotes, stories, and feelings relating to LGBTQ culture and the bar scene over the past 50 years - specifically 1973, 1993, and 2013. You do not need to identify as LGBTQ in order to fill out the survey, as long as you have experience with the LGBTQ community. All responses are anonymous. Daniels will simply use responses to ensure his work is historically accurate and reflects authentic emotions of the time. Thank you in advance for you help!
GLM Puts Fun in Dysfunctional with Latest Production
Looking for Youth aged 13-17 for Spring Play
Attention all student actors! Spotlight Youth Theatre at Good Luck Macbeth Theatre in midtown is holding auditions for their next big production called “The Network”. Auditions are open to actors ages 13-17 and will be held Saturday November 15th from 10-noon. Please prepare a one minute contemporary monologue and bring your resume and headshot. You may also be asked to perform some cold readings from the script. Call backs will be held Monday November 17th from 4:30-6:30. Please contact Rachel Lopez at firstname.lastname@example.org to set your audition time. “The Network” will run March 12-14/March 20-22. Rehearsals will begin the week of Jan. 12th. A detailed rehearsal schedule will be available at auditions. Please see play description below:
THE NETWORK by Christian Kiley: Social networks are everywhere. Although they offer us new opportunities to communicate, they also give us the opportunity to initiate conflict. Friendships can be destroyed as quickly as they're created online. The Network is a look at the changing world and the impact that social networks have on our society. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, often with moments of real human passion and the desire to be heard, The Network reminds us that while social networks may be with us for a long while, we must decide how to use them. We must consider that the potential for harsh, derisive, and hurtful behavior is now part of our lives around the clock. But ultimately we make the final choice
GLM thanks Bryan Bedera, Brent Forbush, and Michael Peters!
As Good Luck Macbeth moves forward, we recognize Bryan Bedera, Brent Forbush, and Michael Peters for their faithful service on our Board of Directors; we wish them well in resigning from the Board to pursue other ventures. Bryan Bedera lent his valuable marketing and promotion expertise over the past year, bringing a depth to GLM’s planning and outreach. Brent Forbush served GLM as Treasurer since 2009, maintaining an active presence at our front of house while keeping GLM’s books. Likewise, Michael Peters has been with GLM since the beginning; he and his wife Diane have been two of our company’s greatest supporters, including becoming members of our Baker’s Dozen. Michael has acted in numerous productions with GLM: The Fantasticks, The Woman in Black, Hamlet, Love Letters, Twelfth Night— and we hope to see him grace GLM’s stage again soon! Mr. Bedera, Mr. Forbush, and Mr. Peters all graciously gave their time, energy, and support to GLM, and we have the utmost gratitude for their efforts.
Good Luck Macbeth Theatre Company seeks proposals from professionals in our business and artistic communities to join our Board of Directors. Do you want to help guide Reno’s most ambitious Theatre Company? In 2015, we will continue producing original work through our Playwright in Residence program in addition to other full-length and one act features on our main stage. We will offer unexpected theatrical productions in addition to alternative genres of live performance, including “The Game Show Show” with Reno’s #1 Comedy troupe—The Utility Players, and “Evil Dead: The Musical”—back by popular demand. If you would like be involved at the core of Reno’s newest and most exciting Theatre, please send a 1 page Cover Letter and a Resume to email@example.com by Friday, November 7th, 5PM. Cheers!
Main Stage Production Sells Out Rest of Run
Congratulations to Vaude Villain Entertainment and the incredible cast and crew of EVIL DEAD - The Musical for selling out the rest of the run. The show, running now through October 31st, is completely sold out!!! Thank you so much to everyone who has come and supported this show with your laughter and presence. Your support helps continue to grow the blossoming artists' community here in Reno.
If you missed your opportunity to see it this time around, you'll have to catch it next time!
GET OUT & GO: Good Luck Macbeth’s Evil Dead: The MusicalThru Oct. 31, Good Luck Macbeth Theatre, Midtown, Reno
Join local thespians Christopher Daniels and Joe Montelonge as they co-host GLM's monthly movie musical sing-a-long. Subtitles provided as well as a bag of props. You'll have more fun than any karaoke contest! Sunday, October 12th 7:00pm. Tickets are just $10
A deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smash musical, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS has devoured the hearts of theatre goers for over 30 years. Howard Ashman and Alan Menken (Disney's THE LITTLE MERMAID, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, and ALADDIN) are the creative geniuses behind what has become one of the most popular shows in the world.
The meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn stumbles across a new breed of plant he names "Audrey II" - after his coworker crush. This foul-mouthed,R&B-singing carnivore promises unending fame and fortune to the down and out Krelborn as long as he keeps feeding it, BLOOD. Over time, though, Seymour discovers Audrey II's out of this world origins and intent towards global domination!
One of the longest-running Off-Broadway shows, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS the charmingly tongue in cheek comedy has been produced worldwide to incredible success with technical aspects running the gamut from Broadway to PTA budgets. Companies can even rent the series of increasing[ly] large Audrey II puppets directly from Music Theatre International.
Purchase your tickets in advance or at the door. Click th link below to purchase tickets.
You're about to have the best Fall Break ever! Films on Tap! is hosting a quote-along screening of The Monster Squad on WEDNESDAY at 7pm in midtown.
ALL AGES and only $5 for kids under 16. We'll have a variety of craft beer, cider, AND non-alcoholic drinks and, as with all screenings, our Paul's Popcorn is on the house!
Don't miss this chance to relive your childhood and introduce it to a new generation on the big screen!
Details/Tickets at www.FilmsOnTapReno.com
Christopher Daniels is the current managing director of Good Luck Macbeth Theatre
Empire Strikes Back
Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Company
Main Stage Productions
Movoto Real Estate
Playwright In Residence
Spotlight Academy For Young Actors
Star Wars Live Action Parody
The House Of Yes
Venus In Fur