Neil Simon's original version of "The Odd Couple" is transformed into a female version with lead characters of Olive Madison and Florence Unger. Their very different personalities lead to many tests of their friendship and lots of laughter for the audience.
October 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16 -- 7:00pm; 10, 17 -- 1:00pm
coming to the stage....
great meeting room to rent....
Meeting room upstairs at the Area Community Theatre building. Check out the video for a virtual tour of the room.
Great location for a meeting, reception or gathering. Contact us for details on renting the room for your next event.
October 30th - Murray's on Main - Tomah
We are pleased to announce the voice actors who will be performing in ACT’s radio production of “War of the Worlds.”
Jason Schmuck | Joe Minney | Hųųwąxete Henning Garvin | Sarah Topp | Connor King | Wayne Kling | Katelyn R Kuehl | Richard Kling
Tomah ACT will recreate the radio program “War of the Worlds,” originally produced by Orson Welles and his Mercury Theatre on the Air, adapted from the novel by HG Wells. “The War of the Worlds.” This story is about a Martian invasion of New Jersey and is told through radio clips and interviews. During its original production, on October 30, 1938, many listener mistook this theatrical creation as an actual radio broadcast causing overwhelming phone calls to police, newspaper, and radio stations as well as nationwide hysteria, mass, stampedes, and even
As you are treated to a delightful meal, you will be listening to a live performance, as if you are listening to the radio, on a dark Halloween Eve, with your family and friends. Tickets for this one-time only dinner and performance will be $40 and will be available prior to the evening of the performance. For the health and safety of all, masks will be required when up and moving around the room but may be taken off while seated and actively eating and drinking.
November 12, 13, 14
ACT's Great Gatsby Room
MORE DETAILS TO COME.....
THE ULTIMATE CHRISTMAS STORY LOVE STORY
Avenue for Creativity....
To me ACT is a group of individuals who volunteer to provide entertainment for our local community. ACT provides an opportunity for people of all ages to make new friends and become a part of productions that family, friends and others get to enjoy. ACT provides an avenue for creativity and will not turn anyone away. Even if you want to be involved but do not want to be on stage there are many other ways to help out.
-- Cherie M. Lipp - Carmichael & Quartemont, S.C.