2018 ANNUAL APPEAL
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SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS
Oct 20 thru Mar 2 ● Storybook Theatre’s fun-filled version of this famous story has lots of singing, dancing, audience participation, and a funny witch with a handsome prince. The children in the audience become the seven dwarfs who help rescue Snow White. Tickets
DEC 15 at 8PM • By and with Johnny Ferreti.A Colorado boy whose first job was as a ranch hand, who then became a newspaper reporter… and then found himself working as an engineer in California, and suddenly, he’s singing opera. (Part of Portraits of Humanity 2). Tickets
AS ALWAYS, JIMMY STEWART
DEC 16 at 2PM • With Steve Nevil. Co-Written by Steve Nevil & Ted Snyder. Directed by Ted Snyder. It’s two-thirty in the morning at 911 Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills, and Jimmy Stewart can’t sleep. Steve Nevil’s acclaimed one-person show presents the film legend late in life. What emerges is a heroic portrait in spite of himself, as the audience spends a night with a man who had a personal integrity that made him an American icon. (Part of Portraits of Humanity 2). Tickets
INDEPENDENCE: THE TRUE STORY OF Dr. MARY WALKER
SAT JAN 12 at 8PM • With Kathie Barnes. Written and Directed by Lloyd J. Schwartz. The incredible true story of Dr. Mary Walker, the only woman to win the Congressional Medal of Honor. Three thousand four hundred men received this honor and she’s the only woman! (Part of Portraits of Humanity 2). Tickets.
AN EVENING WITH JOHN WILKES BOOTH
SAT JAN 19 at 8PM • With Stephen Spiegel. Written and Directed by Lloyd J. Schwartz. All that most people know about John Wilkes Booth was that he was a mad drunk actor who killed Abraham Lincoln. That’s true, but he had reasons. This show never portrays John Wilkes Booth as a hero, but it gives a context for the most heinous act in American history. (Part of Portraits of Humanity 2). Tickets.
PORTRAITS OF HUMANITY 2
Fall 2018 thru Winter 2018 ● A Series of One-Person Shows