Theater Craft Inc. Stages Two Shows This Weekend
Nashville's Theater Craft, Inc. presents two new shows this weekend - April 21-23: Go From Here: The Music & Lyrics of Carolyn German and Improv Binge Watch! featuring the Spontaneous Comedy Company. The shows will be presented at the iconic Darkhorse Theater.
Go From Here: The Music & Lyrics of Carolyn German will be presented on April 21 and 22 as part of Theater Craft's Workshop Series. The show features the talents of: Bonnie Keen, Connye Florance, Ginger Newman, Tonya Pewitt, Taylor Simon, Anastasia Teel and Robert Whorton.
Go From Here is directed by German, and music directed by Megan Santi, who also accompanies the singers. Songs include a wide variety of styles and genres, such as the humorous ode to the challenging Nashville roadway system called "A Corner"; the charming and whimsical "Parallel Universe"; and the comedic tour de force "You Can Keep the Wings." This workshop production is part of Theater Craft's 'Workshop Series', which focusing on honing new theater works for the stage by presenting them first as readings and then workshop productions.
The show starts at 8 p.m.; tickets are $10 and are available in advance on www.BrownPaperTickets.com, and at the door.
Improv Binge Watch! featuring the Spontaneous Comedy Company will be presented on April 23, at 8 p.m. Nashville's premiere improv comedy group is made up of 2012 First Night Honoree Jackie Welch-Schlicher, Frank Rains, 2013 First Night Honoree Carolyn German, and Josh Childs, with Kevin Madill on the keyboard.
The Spontaneous Comedy Company has been bringing instantaneous live performances to Nashville audiences since 1998. With combined professional experiences that run from Musical Theater to Jazz, from Feature Film to National Commercials, and include writing, directing, performing, film-making, composing, and some serious goofing-off, it is no surprise that SCC has such a dedicated following.
Tickets are $20, and available at www.Brownpapertickets.com, or at the door.
About Theater Craft, Inc. Theater Craft, Inc. (TCI) has been producing professional theater since 2000, with a strong focus on new work. Productions cover a wide range of genres from drama to musical theater, such as Burden of Justice:1863 for TPAC Education, and Jazz Rhapsody co-produced with Sweetbud Productions. TCI's Story Builders was named "Best Production of 2003" by The Tennessean. Theater Craft's newest division is dedicated to corporate training in Team-building, Public Speaking, and Productivity.