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LaBute New Theater Festival (2018)

Archived Show

Overview

Produced by:
St Louis Actors' Studio
Dates:
January 11 - February 04, 2018
Run Time:
0 Hour, 0 Minute
Theater:
Showing in Theater

Show Info

Directed by John Pierson


With Spencer Sickmann, Chauncy Thomas, Autumn Dornfeld, and Kelly Schaschl

An evening of three one-act plays that previously received their world premieres at the LaBute New Theater Festival at St. Louis Actors' Studio's Gaslight Theater.

Hate Crime 
By Neil LaBute 
Two gay men plot to use a hate crime to their advantage in Neil LaBute's noir two-hander. 

Winter Break 
By James Haigney 
A taut, tense drama about a college student's desire to abandon her Protestant upbringing to explore Islam. 

Percentage America 
By Carter W. Lewis 
A first date unravels into an investigation of biases in this funny and smart play about media coverage in a world of alt-facts and fake news.

Spencer
Sickmann
Chauncy
Thomas
Autumn
Dornfeld
Kelly
Schaschl
Photo Caption: Spencer Sickmann and Chauncy Thomas
Photo: Carol Rosegg
Photo Caption: Spencer Sickmann and Chauncy Thomas
Photo: Carol Rosegg
Photo Caption: Spencer Sickmann, Autumn Dornfeld, and Kelly Schaschl
Photo: Carol Rosegg
Photo Caption: Chauncy Thomas, Autumn Dornfeld, and Kelly Schaschl
Photo: Carol Rosegg
Photo Caption: Chauncy Thomas and Autumn Dornfeld
Photo: Carol Rosegg
Photo Caption: Chauncy Thomas and Autumn Dornfeld
Photo: Carol Rosegg
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Producing Company

St. Louis Actors' Studio

St. Louis Actors' Studio was founded to bring a fresh vision to theatre in St. Louis. Housed in The Gaslight Theater in historic Gaslight Square, STLAS is committed to bringing engaging theatrical experiences to their community of actors, writers, producers, filmmakers and all patrons of the arts; and to provide a strong ensemble environment to foster learning and artistic expression.
 

Read more at: http://stlas.org


Reviews

“What makes the evening worthwhile is the opportunity to see the well-constructed, thought-provoking, and original works by Mr. Haigney and by Mr. Lewis.” - TalkinBroadway


“Few writers can match Neil LaBute‘s ability to muscle the hateful sides of human nature into full relief.” - BlogCritics.org