The Drama Group, marking its 90th anniversary yr of bringing stay performances to the South Suburbs, has discovered a novel strategy to preserve performing, regardless of the COVID-19 pandemic. The group will stage stay theater by means of streaming on Saturday, Sept. 26.
The general public is invited to be a part of the presentation of “The Voice of the Prairie” by John Olive by means of the Drama Group’s YouTube channel. The occasion goes stay at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, and runs for 24 hours.
“We hope you’ll take the time to observe and expertise theatre with us,” stated Tony Labriola, president of the Drama Group board of administrators. “The video will solely be out there to view on our YouTube channel for 24 hours, so save the date!”
Geoff Purvis, Sara Witasik and Kenny Garner, three well-known Drama Group actors, will tackle greater than 20 roles with solely an occasional hat to delineate every character. The play takes the actors by means of a nostalgic journey of younger love on the run and middle-aged longing. The play is ready within the sepia-tinged interval of early America’s prairie lands and radio days.
“The Voice of the Prairie” is directed by Suzanne Ashlock and will probably be filmed by the Drama Group manufacturing group of Samm Hilger, Brett Casey, Tim Campos and Barb Whitney.
At the moment closed to the general public, The Drama Group Studio Theatre is situated at 330 W. 202nd Road in Chicago Heights. For info relating to Drama Group actions, please go to the corporate’s Fb web page or web site at www.dramagroup.org.