National Comedy Theatre
New York’s nationally acclaimed improv comedy show brings the madness to Pistarckle Theater. Based completely on audience suggestions, the amazing cast creates the entire show on the spot. Fast moving, interactive, hilarious, appropriate for all audiences! The most fun you can have sitting down.
3 SHOWS ONLY!
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27 7PM
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28 7PM & 9:30PM
Tickets on sale now!
A STEADY RAIN
A gritty cop drama about two tough Chicago cops, Denny and Joey, who are put through Chicago’s police departments internal affairs meat grinder after they are unwittingly caught up in one of the worst crimes in the cities history. The events of their story unfold like a Quentin Tarantino story weaving between past and present as their loyalty to each other and their oath is put to the test.
This powerful and engaging play draws the audience into their world where the lines between right and wrong are blurred until only one man can be left standing. RATED TV M/V/L
PAY AS YOU CAN: Thursday, March 5 8PM
OPENING: Friday, March 6 8PM
MATINEE: Sunday, March 15 2PM
ADD’L PERFORMANCES: March 13, 14, 21 8PM
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OUT OF CONTROL
Presented by Moving Women, a collective theatre ensemble located in Fredriksted, St. Croix under the direction of Opal Palmer Adisa, Out of Control is a play about domestic abuse, the emotional and physical violence that negatively impacts the entire community. The four scenes of the play explore courtship and romance, settling in and the beginning of abuse, then disintegration of the relationship tht leads to the whole sale physical violence, and then the concluding scene, where counseling, steps towards healing and forgiveness are examined. Out of Control encourages all Virgin Islanders to be vigilant about this crime and disease that is eroding our community, compromising our children’s well being and perpetuating violence in our homes.
March 7 8pm and March 8 1pm
PUMP BOYS & DINETTES
Welcome to Highway 57, somewhere between Frog Level and Smyrna, where you’ll meet the “Pump Boys” who sell high octane gas and the Cupp sisters, who run the Double Cupp Diner next door. Together they will present an evening of country western songs that received unanimous raves on and off Broadway.
Featuring original songs such as Drinkin’ Shoes, The Night Dolly Parton Was Almost Mine, Farmer Tan and many more. This countrified musical is sure to please.
PAY AS YOU CAN: April 9 8pm
OPENING NIGHT: April 10 8pm
MATINEE: April 19 2pm
ADD’L PERFORMANCES: April 11, 17-18, 24-25 8pm