Seacoast Rep Presents 'I COULD JUST DIARY...ROUND 2' Tonight
Seacoast Repertory Theatre gears up for I Could Just Diary; Teen Angst: Live Onstage! Round 2 tonight, March 7th, 2014 at 8PM. I Could Just Diary is a community focused event, featuring more than 15 local actors, writers, and notable personalities all reading their worst, most embarrassing, most awkward journal and diary entries live. The focus is to bring locals together and to share an intimate part of themselves with an audience who "thinks" they know them well. The result is that no one is safe from their awkward adolescent past.
This unique and hilarious event is part of Red Light, The Rep's alternative programming series. "The notion of reading your most personal writings as a youth, intimidates most, but it's all in good fun" says director, Knate Higgins. "It was astonishing to see how many people kept their writings, and were willing to share them with me and the other organizer, (Joi Smith) Almost everyone we reached out to said 'I have something terrible for you! It'll be great.'"
The featured readers for I Could Just Diary range from actor to writer, bar manager to bouncer, comedian to ballerina, proving that no one can outrun their awkward history. The featured readers for I Could Just Diary are: Mark Adams, Trevor Bartlett, Jackie Benson , Miles Burns, E. Christopher Clark, Larry Clow, Cullen Delangie, Molly Dowd Sullivan, Sarah Duclos, Beckah Greentree, Nickie Fuller-Farr, Knate Higgins, Todd Hunter, Erica Kestenbaum Skoglund, Phil Kliger, Peter Michaud, Grady O'Neil, Carly Souza, Joi Smith, and Ashleigh Tucker
Tickets for I Could Just Diary; Teen Angst: Live Onstage! are $15. Seating is General Admission. Tickets are available now at www.seacoastrep.org, by calling 603.433.4472, and at The Rep Box Office at 125 Bow Street Portsmouth, NH. 03801. Parental Discretion Strongly Advised.
Seacoast Repertory Theatre is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt nonprofit organization, committed to contributing to the cultural wealth of the Seacoast community through the shared experience of live theatre, with productions that are inclusive and accessible and created to empower and inspire the imagination. By supporting The Rep, you help us keep ticket prices affordable, maintain quality shows, keep our outreach programs vibrant, and our doors open to helping out fellow non-profit organizations.
Red Light provides alternative entertainment opportunities to New England audiences and performers. Red Light and Seacoast Repertory Theatre opens its space to local and regional performers and creates a safe haven for LGBTQ members, allies, and advocates through programming and entertainment.