Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

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Tomorrow's Bristol Events

  1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Jun 19) 22 days. Jun-19th to Jul...

     Tue, Jun 19th - Barter Theatre  Arts & Culture, Family & Education 0
    Adapted from the Brothers Grimm by Catherine Bush~~ One of the most beloved princess tales of all time is coming to Barter Stage II this summer. The beautiful Snow White is forced to flee her home when the wicked queen’s jealously threatens her life. Snow White soon makes friends with seven dwarves who take her into their home. When the queen learns that Snow White is still alive, it takes the love of a handsome hero and the courage of her newfound friends to save the day.~~ Cast & Credits Cast Snow White, a princess: Libby Zabit ~~ King Diederich, Snow White’s father: Luke Walker ~~ Queen Elsa, Snow White’s mother: Kaleigh Bowyer ~~ Nurse, Snow White’s attendant: Marissa Marcus ~~ Marriage Prospect #1: Katherine Lyle ~~ Marriage Prospect #2: Sarah Van Deusen ~~ Galiena, Snow White’s stepmother: Morgan Haney ~~ Servant, Galiena’s servant: Phillip Rast ~~ Mother, Galiena’s mother: Zoe Velling ~~ Huntsman, of the Royal Forest: Tyler Cramer ~~ Jack, Huntsman’s son: Jake Daily ~~ Stag, a deer in the forest: Phillip Rast ~~ ~~THE SEVEN DWARFS~~Horst Klinglemeister: Rustle Alan ~~ Klaus Klinglemeister: Shaan Sharma ~~ Otto Klinglemeister: Garrett Houston ~~ Gottlieb Klinglemeister: Katherine Lyle ~~ Dolphus Klinglemeister: Phillip Rast ~~ Lutz Klinglemeister: Kaleigh Bowyer ~~ Gustav Klinglemeister: Sarah Van Deusen ~~~~ Collaborators Director: John Hardy ~~ Composer: Travis Welch ~~ Stage Managers: Isaac Krispin and Sarah Buck ~~ Set Designer: D’Vaughn Agu ~~ Costume Designer: Shea O’Neil ~~ Costume Assistant: Erin Teaster ~~ Properties: Megan Pressley ~~ Lighting Designer: Patrick Hudson ~~ Sound: Matt Green ~~ Fight Director: Jake Daily ~~ Fight Captain: Tyler Cramer ~~ Associate Director of the Barter Players: Barrett Guyton ~~ Artistic Director of The Barter Players: Katy Brown ~~ Corporate Sponsor: Maymeade Inc. ~~ United Southeast Federal Credit Union ~~ Media Sponsor: CW ~~
  2. The Lemonade Stand (Jun 19) 16 days. May-13th to Jun-19th

     Tue, Jun 19th - Barter Theatre  Arts & Culture, Family & Education 0
    A comedy by Matthew Fowler ~~ Garret Miller is having a midlife crisis. When he gets fired from the only job he’s ever had, he decides to set up a lemonade stand on the street in front of his upscale suburban house. All the while, his wife is probably cheating on him, his brother is a pariah, and the college girl next door wants to be his lemonade-stand intern. In this dramatic comedy, Garret sets out to prove “the American Dream,” “an American Dream,” or at least his American Dream still exists.~~ Director's Notes A great friend of mine (who happens to be a Baby Boomer) once told me her theory of how the elimination of front porches and common shared-streets in neighborhoods was a major factor in the downfall of society. She argued that, because we don’t know our neighbors, because we don’t share home-cooked meals around the table together, because we don’t show up at each others’ houses unannounced to talk about our days and the crazy person down the street anymore, we are no longer really connected.~~ It seems, however, that we are more connected now than ever, right? The internet has given us the ability to instantly talk to each other no matter where we are. Facebook lets us meet newborns when they’re seconds old. I can tell you which of my friends is a good cook based on their Instagram. We can look up/ stalk the mean girl from high school and laugh at how much better we look than she does. We have immediate, pervasive access to millions of people with a simple click, and can talk to them at anytime (assuming there’s cell phone service).~~ But are we actually more connected to each other, or do we just feel like we are? Are we communicating, talking and listening, or are we just screaming around each other into the void?~~ I’m a Millennial and, if you can’t tell, I agree with my friend’s point about porches. What if we were to finally get so fed up with surface conversations and break out of the silo lives we’ve been living in search for something real?~~ This is where we find Garret and Rachel. Two people with a vast generational gap between them: one a Boomer, the other a Millennial. But both find themselves in the midst of an existential crisis. One has aged out of his usefulness, and the other doesn’t yet know what her usefulness is. He has given up everything in an attempt to go back to his glory days. She hasn’t ever gotten close with someone IRL (in real life), and is longing for human interaction.~~ What happens when the two of them meet and actually start talking and listening to each other?~~ What happens if we start taking and listening to each other?~~ Cast & Credits Cast: Garret — Nicholas Piper ~~ Rachel — Sarah Van Deusen ~~ Terry — David Alford ~~ Morgan — Carrie Smith Lewis ~~ Kid — Owen Griffith / Lucas Shane ~~ Collaborators: Director: Barrett Guyton ~~ Set Designer: Hana Lee ~~ Costume Designer: Lee Martin ~~ Lighting Designer: Camille Davis ~~ Sound Designer: Tony Angelini ~~ Wig Designer: Whitney Kaibel ~~ Stage Manager: Cindi A,Raebel ~~ Corporate Sponsor: Reynolds American ~~ Media Sponsor: WEMT ~~ Photos Videos

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