A group of strangers compete for a three-million-dollar prize. Three nights in a haunted farmhouse. Last one standing wins the cash. Easy. Right? Featuring: Natalie Andrews, Kellie Dunlap, Aaron Ford, Megan Holcomb, Jesse James Kamps, and Alan Khoutakoun; Directed by Louis Farber; Stage Managed by Kristina Metz. LOTTERY HOUSE is a part of Now & Then's developmental workshop series. Audiences can expect a concert reading, staged reading (movement with scripts in hand), or a combination of both as the play is still being developed throughout the workshop week. For more information, visit nowandthencc.com.
News About LOTTERY HOUSE by Angelica Howland at Now & Then Creative Company
Thrills & Chills Come To Now & Then Creative Co. With LOTTERY HOUSE
November 07, 2019
Now & Then Creative Company continues their successful season of workshops by Arizona playwrights with Lottery House by Angelica Howland, a thrilling and chilling new play by one of Phoenix's most talented writers. 'Angelica is simply at the top of her craft,' says Artistic Director John Perovich. 'She is an incredibly gifted theatre artist who is fiercely passionate about creating exceptional work-I'm thankful for the team we've put together. Each artist is top notch. This is one not to miss.'
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