ENROLLING NOW FOR ADULT
IMPROV THEATRE (NEW!)
Join us at the new Newtown Community Center in Fairfield Hills for six weeks of an exciting new program.
Through basic acting exercises and improvisation, participants will collaborate to create an original one act play.
Led by Kate Katcher, Artistic Director of Stray Kats Theatre Company, resident actor with the Flagpole Radio Cafe and MFA candidate in Playwriting at WCSU.
Six week session including one week of rehearsals and a performance!
Thursdays (6 week session) 7:00-9:00pm
Start date: Thursday, January 9th
Program Cost Member: $100
Resident Non-Member: $115
Non Resident Non-member: $130
Contact Jennifer Cebry
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Ditmas by Glenn Alterman
The Man in the Mirror by Dan Borengasser
Things of the Earth by James Caruso
Downsized by Anne Flanagan
Her Coworker's Wife by Tiffa Foster
A Christmas Message by Charles Gelles
Mrs. Williams by Susan Goodell
How to Ma e a Million by Manuel Igrejas
Soul Man by Greg Jenkins
Scarsdale by Kate Katcher
Virtuality: A Match Made in Heaven by Doug Larche
Sorry, Shakespeare by Ken Levine
Like Crazy by Robert Lynn
Autonauts by James Marlow
Little Moscow by Aleks Merilo
For Sore Eyes by Russell Nichols
Saul by Colleen O'Doherty
The Elusive Pursuit of Maximum Bliss by
Gayer Than Laughter by Felix Racelis
Members Only by A.M. Shea
Aberration by Judd Lear Silverman
Feathers by Judd Lear Silverman
Morning Interrupted by Meredith Taylor-Parry
Saving Hand Cristian Anderson by Stanley Toldeo
Finalists to be announced at the end of January, 2020
Winers announce February, 2020
Festival Dates: May 15, 15 and 17
Watch for Early-Bird Tickets Specials
Happy Holidays from one of our favorites:
Don Striano as Jack Frost with Kristin Huffman as Mrs. Clauz, conceived & directed by Emmy Award winner Dave Distinti.
Since 2006, SKTC has presented new works and contemporary classics aimed at an adult audience. Whether comic or dramatic, SKTC is happiest when you walk out talking about what you've seen.
(Left: Fred Stropppel's "Small World" with Scott Bryce & Robert Resnikoff)
From staged readings to full productions, we aim to present works and topics that are of interest to an older, wiser, and more experienced audience.
( Right: Richard Dresser's "Rounding Third" with JP Sarro and Steven L. Barron. Below: "Still Crazy After All These Years", an annual festival of one-act plays: over 55 and fabulous!))