Submitted by Nathan Porteshawver|
The Internet Players start their rehearsals this week for the upcoming show, "The Guardian." A boy named Charles sparks a "green" revolution. A Story told in song, dance and puppetry.
The play's theme, 'A Green Revolution' was developed in collaboration with the Davenport Community School District, and it was written by first time IP collaborator, Kevin Straus.
The show will be performed May 10th-20th at the Village theatre in East Davenport. Tickets will be on sale online and at the door.
The Guardian stars 7-year old Gage McCalester, a student at Jackson
Elementary and Adam Mohr, a well-trained area actor. Previous IP actors Jamie Em Bencke, and Nathan Porteshawver return to the Village Theatre, as parents to the wonderful Charles Caine.
Michael King and Susan Perrin-Sallak pair up against Don Hazen and Connie Bracey. Meghan Smith and Martha O'Connell will play each other's sister. Emily Jawoisz, a local musician will play the part of the messenger.
Joel Franken and Ron Bellomy hit the stage to set things right in their special Cameo appearances and Jennifer Little a 10-year old from Hopewell Elementary plays aspiring new characters.
Dan Portes, Nathan's father, plays the City's Mayor in his first time ever performance. Cindy Ramos-Parmley, Miss Illinois Plus America plays Omaha County's leading reporter.
Student interns include Josie Mumm, Dylan Carr, Lia Bellomy, Mathew Lehna, Jared Svoboda and Deena Gibbs.
Dates: May 10th through 13th and May 17th through 20th
Time: 7:30 pm Thursday-Saturday and 2:00 pm Sunday
Address: Village Theatre of East Davenport, 2113 East 11 St.
The Internet Players
Founder and Artistic Director
Moline, IL Details
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