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Pantheatrics Production Company - Columbus, Ohio
June 13, 14, 20, 21, 2003
Scenescapes
First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus
93 W. Weisheimer Road

Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m.


GODBURGER, CUPID, HOLLYWOOD and PRELUDE TO PIZZA will be performed in our summer series called SCENESCAPES. A collection of short scenes and monologues dealing with modern living.

Pantheatrics, a new Columbus-based, multicultural theatrical production company will present Scenescapes, a collection of short plays and scenes written by Joe Pintauro, Jeff Goode and Lee Blessing. Dealing with modern living and relationships, Scenescapes will utilize a multicultural cast and feature gay and lesbian characters.

Performed at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus located at 93 W. Weisheimer Road (Off Of High Street in the Clintonville area), Scenescapes will open on Friday, June 13 and run Saturday, June 14 and the following week, Thursday, June 19 and Saturday, June 21. There will be no performance on Friday, June 20.

Show times for all performances are 8:00 pm. Ticket prices will be $12.00 and sold at the door. Reservations can be taken by calling 614-370-5684.

Directed by Producing Executive Director of Pantheatrics Dale Gregory, Scenescapes will include local actors Charlie Sloin, Jonathan Hedrick, Dawn Farrell, Marie Kamara, Theresa Flais, Justin Davis, Isaac Nippert, Lava Coann and Sara Burnet.


 



Pantheatrics Production Company - Columbus, Ohio
August 15, 2003
Four Spoonfuls of Theatre


227 North 3rd Street

Fridays at 8:00 p.m.


featuring GODBURGER with Courtney DeCosky

Columbus Alive, August 14, 2003

"Four Spoonfuls of Theatre"
MadLab
August 15

Ten years after the implosion of Players Theatre Columbus, four existing groups are staging what may be the most ambitious attempt of local theater companies to pool their resources. The small but big-thinking companies that make up the newly formed Columbus Theatre League are collaborating on such matters as advertising and promotion, a web site and several projects to remind Central Ohio that we actually have a rather proud theater history.

But first things first-the four troupes will team up tomorrow night at MadLab's home space for a fundraising event they're calling Four Spoonfuls of Theatre, which will include previews of upcoming productions from the four groups, in addition to musical entertainment, improv comedy from Full Frontal Nudity and the introduction of CTL's zine Theatre Summit.

BlueForms Theatre Group, which impressed local theatergoers with last December's The Waste Land and this summer's A/ThePostModernLoveStory, offers a foretaste of Beat About the Bush, its next original work. The complete Beat, which was composed using the improvisational processes of British film director Mike Leigh, will open August 28.

Warehouse Theatre Company will perform excerpts from Stephen Sondheim's Assassins, which will open August 29 (and which, ironically enough, was one of Players Theatre's last productions during the winter of 1993). Pantheatrics is presenting two shorts, Metropolitan Operas and Anger Box. Its next production, opening September 5, will be Mass Appeal, which happens to be the play that launched CATCO in 1985. Finally, a preview of Too Much Theatre will be host company MadLab's contribution to the evening.

Offstage, CTL's plans include the compilation of a production history of theatres in Columbus and a Columbus theater oral history project. The super group will dole out its Spoonfuls Friday, August 15 at 8 p.m. For more information, dial 792-8287. -Jay Weitz

August 14, 2003

Copyright 2003 Columbus Alive, Inc. All rights reserved.


SOURCE: http://www.columbusalive.com/2003/20030814/081403/08140308.html Columbus Alive, August 14, 2003

 



Pantheatrics Production Company - Columbus, Ohio
October 18th, 2003
An Evening of Pantheatrics

Tripleforce Artistic Center
3979 Parkway Lane
Hilliard

Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m.


An Evening of Pantheatrics, the theater company's first production at Tripleforce, features Grove City native Dawn Holley. The stand-up comedian will also serve as master of ceremonies for the variety show, which begins at 8 p.m. Saturday.

"The show promises to be an entertaining event complete with a stand-up comic, comedy sketches [incl. GODBURGER, PRELUDE TO PIZZA], dancers and vacalists," said Gregory, adding that the show is for mature audiences owing to adult language and themes.

Tickets are $10 at the door.

---Grove City News, October 16, 2003


 



Pantheatrics Production Company - Columbus, Ohio
November 29th, 2003
A Morning of Pantheatrics

Tripleforce Artistic Center
3979 Parkway Lane
Hilliard

Saturdays at 10:00 a.m.

November 29th...Jeff in Columbus!


Saturday morning, November 29 at 10 am, Pantheatrics will be hosting "A Morning of Pantheatrics" with special guest Jeff Goode. In addition to a continental breakfast, attendees will also be treated to performances of scenes from Goode's works (Godburger & Prelude to Pizza) presented by Pantheatrics ensemble members Isaac Nippert, Courtney DeCosky, and Justin Moon. Highlighting the morning will be a live Q&A session with Goode. Admission to the event is $5.

 



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