Yes, well, apparently the aliens, being fickle as they are, have decided to hold on to their abductees a bit longer. I'm guessing there are still experimental results pending on the origin of slapstick in the subgluteous maximus cranial reservoir or some such, for which they require definitive analysis. I wish I could be more specific, but some information just can't be wheedled with a wink and a smile, no matter how desirable other sentient species seem to find me. BUT, the truth remains in Ypsilanti, and t-shirt sales will continue unabated, even if they don't specifically refer to the next show to be produced. They are still cool looking and we still need to raise money, so be the next on your block to be abducted by the aliens of Emergent Arts and:
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Things have been tough the last few months, but true to our name, we are emerging once again! Please help us keep going and show your support with a newly minted Emergent Arts T-shirt.
Our next show is being planned even as you surf the web, so stay tuned. Meanwhile, enjoy this scintillating presentation: Emergent Arts Memories . Or just go to bottom left of page and play video directly.
Over the last four years we have presented Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You, Confessions Of The Easter Bunny, The Mousetrap (review), Waiting For Godot (review), Arsenic And Old Lace, and A Christmas Carol. Last year we gave you a funny trip back to the 60's with The Odd Couple by Neil Simon, and a thriller trip to conspiracy land with Yankee Tavern by Steven Dietz. Come along for the ride as we deliver two more fun and interesting plays for our 2013 season! We are establishing a following in Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti and Detroit area theatre. Come help us grow!
Excerpt from AnnArbor.com's review of The Mousetrap:
" It's a credit to both Agatha Christie's script for "The Mousetrap" and Emergent Arts - the local theater company currently staging the world's longest-running drama - that even though I knew precisely who the murderer was (since I'd seen the show before), I nonetheless enjoyed playing the game once again." -Jenn Mckee
Excerpts from AnnArbor.com's review of Waiting For Godot:
"...'Godot' is a highly ambitious undertaking for an amateur theater group, and Emergent Arts generally does itself proud."
"...(Tom) Underwood and (Peter) Knox, as the show’s secondary duo, perform their roles with sensitivity and physical skill, with Knox delivering a show-stopping version of Lucky's 'think' speech." -Jenn Mckee
Look for special discount ticket prices all season. Take advantage of the discounted prices and know that you are directly responsible for bringing more great theatre to the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area.
Please remember that we depend on you to keep us going. Emergent Arts is not a non-profit theatre at this point, which means we don't get grants and we don't typically receive donations. We live or die depending on you, and people like you, who buy tickets to our shows. Please show your support by coming to our shows, and bring your friends! We are in the business of loving theatre, and live performance. There is nothing like it, and you need to be there so we can be there.
Go see a show somewhere this week! Take the kids. You will talk about the experience for years to come.
Buy a t-shirt and be the talk of ... well, just buy one and we'll talk about you as much as you want.
This photo is not by me, but for obvious reasons, I kind of like it. It's from the shoot of the short film "Vanished Acres" in which I played Tom.
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In case you thought you were safe: Hollywood And Hyde is still coming! Good versus Evil versus Comedy will overtake you just in time for Halloween!
"Photos by Tim Henning."