Oldcastle Theatre Company
June 23rd-July 9th
“Moonlight and Magnolias,” which the Chicago Sun Times called a ” hyperventilating slapstick comedy, an impassioned love song and a blazing critique of Hollywood,” tells the story of producer David O. Selznick shutting down production of his new epic “Gone with the Wind”, a film adaptation of Margaret Mitchells’ novel. The screenplay, sadly, just doesn’t work. So the all-powerful movie mogul, while fending off the film’s stars, gossip columnists and his own father-in-law sends a car for screenwriter Ben Hecht and pulls formidable director Victor Fleming from the set of “The Wizard of Oz.”
Are you interested in learning improvisation?
Have we got good news for you!
Oldcastle Theatre is looking to develop an improv company that would perform 45 minute shows after the schedule plays during the summer season.
We are offering our first ever improv class starting in July.
This 3 hour class will meet on Monday nights from 7 – 10 pm for 4 weeks.
1) 5 punches for $150. Good for any performance.
2) 5 punches for $140 ONLY good for matinees. However, if you want to come to an evening performance, you can pay a nominal fee at the door to upgrade on a show to show basis.
For more information, call The Box Office at (802)-447-0564