Renaissance Theaterworks Stages SKIN TIGHT, Now thru 4/27
Renaissance Theaterworks (RTW) presents the 3rd show of its 21st season, SKIN TIGHT. In 2004, Laura Gordon had her first professional directorial debut with SKIN TIGHT, produced by Renaissance Theaterworks. "We're ecstatic, ten years later, Laura and the original cast are returning to remount this poetic love story. I literally cannot wait to see it again" shares Suzan Fete, RTW's Artistic Director. Opening night is Saturday, April 5th at 8:00 pm. Running tonight, April 4th through 27th, 2014 in the Studio Theatre, 158 N. Broadway, tickets can be purchased for $36 (fee & taxes not included) in person at the Broadway Theatre Center Box Office, by telephone at (414) 291-7800, or online at www.r-t-w.com.
SKIN TIGHT Synopsis: "Tom's hand was strong to the plough and Elizabeth's lips were red." Dennis Glover "The Magpies" Renaissance Theaterworks' searing 2004 hit has returned by popular demand, featuring the original cast and director. A story inspired by Glover's poem, SKIN TIGHT captures the passion, struggle and undying devotion of a life-long love affair. Choreographed with electric sensuality on an almost bare stage, Tom and Elizabeth wrestle, play and love with erotic abandon. Come fall in love with SKIN TIGHT all over again. Note: Brief nudity and mature language.
Leah Dutchin (Elizabeth)
Braden Moran (Tom)
Eamonn O'Neill (Old Man)
Production Team: Julie Swenson (Producer), Laura Gordon (Director), Suzan Fete (Artistic Director), Laura Wendt (Stage Manager), Jason Fassl (Scenic and Lighting Design), Alex Tecoma (Costume Design), Paul Hurley (Sound Design), Anthony Lyons (Technical Director), Maria Gillespie (Choreographer), Susan and John Nicholson (Final Song), Darcy Devens (Backstage/Wardrobe), Tanya Dhein (Deck Chief).
Tickets to SKIN TIGHT are $28 for previews and $36 for regular performances (taxes and fees not included). Tickets are available through The Broadway Theatre Center box office by calling (414) 291-7800 or online at www.r-t-w.com. All performances are in The Studio Theatre, 158 N. Broadway. Monday, April 14, 2014, will be the Pay-What-You-Can performance at 7:30 p.m. (Tickets for the April 14th performance will be available at the door at 6:30 p.m. No phone-in orders or advanced sales will be accepted for the Pay-What-You-Can performance.)
The mission of Renaissance Theaterworks is to create moving theater that awakens our recognition of what it is to be human - from classics to world premieres - with attention to women's roles onstage and off. Founded in 1993, Renaissance Theaterworks is, presently, Milwaukee's only women-founded and women-run theatre company.