Calendar2018-04-16T11:17:05+00:00
Jan
24
Thu
American Buffalo (CTG 18-19) @ Carriage House Theater
Jan 24 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

American Buffalo

Drama

by David Mamet

Directed by Chip King

January 24-27, January 31-February 3 Rated R for extreme language and situations

Considered one of Mamet’s best works – Broadway productions have starred Al Pacino and Robert Duvall
– In a Chicago junk shop, three small-time crooks plot to rob a man of his coin collection, the showpiece of which is a valuable “Buffalo nickel.” These high-minded grifters fancy themselves businessmen pursuing legitimate free enterprise. But the reality of the three – Donny, the oafish junk shop owner; Bobby, a young junkie Donny has taken under his wing; and “Teach,” a violently paranoid braggart – is that they are merely pawns caught up in their own game of last-chance, dead-end, empty pipe dreams.

Jan
25
Fri
Children’s Educational and Family Series (WYO) @ WYO Theater
Jan 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Theatre Heroes Call of the Wild: Illustrated Edition
November 1, 6:00pm

WHAT IS THE CALL OF THE WILD: ILLUSTRATED EDITION?

Jack London’s classic tale brought to life!

This multi-media adventure mixes classic story telling with projected illustrations to tell the story of Buck, the magnificent cross-bred offspring of a St. Bernard and Scottish Collie. Kidnapped from his lavish life on a California estate and sent to work as a sled dog during the great Klondike Gold Rush, Buck fights to survive and becomes the most famous dog in the whole history of Alaska.

The show was developed in Austin, Texas and premiered at the renowned Austin Playhouse in the fall of 2015. Now it’s coming to you!

WHY IS IT AN ILLUSTRATED EDITION?

The show uses a 180 degree projection screen that surrounds the performer. It features a unique mix of classical illustrations from the book with brand new drawings and animations created by artist Michael Rae.

For grades 4 – 12

Adult $13.50 ♦ Senior/Military $11 ♦ Student $7

Utah Repertory Dance Theatre
January 25, 6:00pm

RDT is the nation’s oldest and most successful repertory dance company, receiving a Rockefeller grant in 1966 establishing them as the nation’s first. For more than 50 years, RDT has pushed the boundaries of modern dance while preserving and celebrating its legacy.

Suitable for all ages.

Adult $20 ♦ Senior/Military $18 ♦ Student $12

Danny Carmo’s Mathematical Mysteries
January 29, 6:00pm

Danny Carmo’s ‘Mathematical Mysteries’ from Cahoots NI is at the forefront of Northern Irish theatre and the leading professional theatre company producing work for children. The audience will be amazed, dazzled and bewildered by this spectacular show where math, theatre and digital technology collide to create a fun and interactive performance proving that understanding math can be fun!

Suitable for grades 2-6.

Adult $13.50 ♦ Senior/Military $11 ♦ Student $7

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show
February 21, 6:00pm

‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show’ by Jonathan Rockefeller, co-founder of Rockefeller Productions, will delight audiences of all ages. The critically-acclaimed production of ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show’ debuted Off-Broadway and is currently nominated for both a Drama Desk Award and an Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best Family Show.

Suitable for ages 3-7.

Adult $13.50 ♦ Senior/Military $11 ♦ Student $7

B – The Underwater Bubble Show
March 19, 6:00pm

“The Underwater Bubble Show” tells the story of the fictitious Mr. B who, after another long day filled with things to do, meetings and deadlines to be met, Mr. B finds himself transported as if by magic in a special, colorful, happy place called Bubblelandia. How many of us have ever wanted, at least for a moment, to be able to stop time just to take a breath and daydream? The solution, in fact, is simple and accessible to us all: don’t be afraid to let yourself go. With references and quotes from classics such as “Pinocchio”, “The Little Mermaid”, “Beauty and the Beast”, and “The Golden Fish”, “B” is considered a modern fairy tale in which we can all find ourselves, without any age limits. The Underwater Bubble Show was produced with the help and support of the biggest authorities in the field of entertainment and theatre in Latvia. The well-balanced blend of drama, mime, dance, puppetry, juggling, contortionism, sand art and magic, with the amazing beauty of soap bubbles make “B” unique and perfect for any audience.

Suitable for all ages!

Adult $13.50 ♦ Senior/Military $11 ♦ Student $7

Tapestry Dance Co – Passing it Forward
April 20, 6:00pm

Students and adults across Sheridan and the surrounding area will learn to tap their feet in syncopated time with the world’s only full-time professional repertory dance company, Tapestry

Suitable for all ages!

Adult $20 ♦ Senior/Military $18 ♦ Student $12

American Buffalo (CTG 18-19) @ Carriage House Theater
Jan 25 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

American Buffalo

Drama

by David Mamet

Directed by Chip King

January 24-27, January 31-February 3 Rated R for extreme language and situations

Considered one of Mamet’s best works – Broadway productions have starred Al Pacino and Robert Duvall
– In a Chicago junk shop, three small-time crooks plot to rob a man of his coin collection, the showpiece of which is a valuable “Buffalo nickel.” These high-minded grifters fancy themselves businessmen pursuing legitimate free enterprise. But the reality of the three – Donny, the oafish junk shop owner; Bobby, a young junkie Donny has taken under his wing; and “Teach,” a violently paranoid braggart – is that they are merely pawns caught up in their own game of last-chance, dead-end, empty pipe dreams.

Jan
26
Sat
American Buffalo (CTG 18-19) @ Carriage House Theater
Jan 26 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

American Buffalo

Drama

by David Mamet

Directed by Chip King

January 24-27, January 31-February 3 Rated R for extreme language and situations

Considered one of Mamet’s best works – Broadway productions have starred Al Pacino and Robert Duvall
– In a Chicago junk shop, three small-time crooks plot to rob a man of his coin collection, the showpiece of which is a valuable “Buffalo nickel.” These high-minded grifters fancy themselves businessmen pursuing legitimate free enterprise. But the reality of the three – Donny, the oafish junk shop owner; Bobby, a young junkie Donny has taken under his wing; and “Teach,” a violently paranoid braggart – is that they are merely pawns caught up in their own game of last-chance, dead-end, empty pipe dreams.

Jan
27
Sun
American Buffalo (CTG 18-19) @ Carriage House Theater
Jan 27 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

American Buffalo

Drama

by David Mamet

Directed by Chip King

January 24-27, January 31-February 3 Rated R for extreme language and situations

Considered one of Mamet’s best works – Broadway productions have starred Al Pacino and Robert Duvall
– In a Chicago junk shop, three small-time crooks plot to rob a man of his coin collection, the showpiece of which is a valuable “Buffalo nickel.” These high-minded grifters fancy themselves businessmen pursuing legitimate free enterprise. But the reality of the three – Donny, the oafish junk shop owner; Bobby, a young junkie Donny has taken under his wing; and “Teach,” a violently paranoid braggart – is that they are merely pawns caught up in their own game of last-chance, dead-end, empty pipe dreams.

Jan
29
Tue
Children’s Educational and Family Series (WYO) @ WYO Theater
Jan 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Theatre Heroes Call of the Wild: Illustrated Edition
November 1, 6:00pm

WHAT IS THE CALL OF THE WILD: ILLUSTRATED EDITION?

Jack London’s classic tale brought to life!

This multi-media adventure mixes classic story telling with projected illustrations to tell the story of Buck, the magnificent cross-bred offspring of a St. Bernard and Scottish Collie. Kidnapped from his lavish life on a California estate and sent to work as a sled dog during the great Klondike Gold Rush, Buck fights to survive and becomes the most famous dog in the whole history of Alaska.

The show was developed in Austin, Texas and premiered at the renowned Austin Playhouse in the fall of 2015. Now it’s coming to you!

WHY IS IT AN ILLUSTRATED EDITION?

The show uses a 180 degree projection screen that surrounds the performer. It features a unique mix of classical illustrations from the book with brand new drawings and animations created by artist Michael Rae.

For grades 4 – 12

Adult $13.50 ♦ Senior/Military $11 ♦ Student $7

Utah Repertory Dance Theatre
January 25, 6:00pm

RDT is the nation’s oldest and most successful repertory dance company, receiving a Rockefeller grant in 1966 establishing them as the nation’s first. For more than 50 years, RDT has pushed the boundaries of modern dance while preserving and celebrating its legacy.

Suitable for all ages.

Adult $20 ♦ Senior/Military $18 ♦ Student $12

Danny Carmo’s Mathematical Mysteries
January 29, 6:00pm

Danny Carmo’s ‘Mathematical Mysteries’ from Cahoots NI is at the forefront of Northern Irish theatre and the leading professional theatre company producing work for children. The audience will be amazed, dazzled and bewildered by this spectacular show where math, theatre and digital technology collide to create a fun and interactive performance proving that understanding math can be fun!

Suitable for grades 2-6.

Adult $13.50 ♦ Senior/Military $11 ♦ Student $7

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show
February 21, 6:00pm

‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show’ by Jonathan Rockefeller, co-founder of Rockefeller Productions, will delight audiences of all ages. The critically-acclaimed production of ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show’ debuted Off-Broadway and is currently nominated for both a Drama Desk Award and an Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best Family Show.

Suitable for ages 3-7.

Adult $13.50 ♦ Senior/Military $11 ♦ Student $7

B – The Underwater Bubble Show
March 19, 6:00pm

“The Underwater Bubble Show” tells the story of the fictitious Mr. B who, after another long day filled with things to do, meetings and deadlines to be met, Mr. B finds himself transported as if by magic in a special, colorful, happy place called Bubblelandia. How many of us have ever wanted, at least for a moment, to be able to stop time just to take a breath and daydream? The solution, in fact, is simple and accessible to us all: don’t be afraid to let yourself go. With references and quotes from classics such as “Pinocchio”, “The Little Mermaid”, “Beauty and the Beast”, and “The Golden Fish”, “B” is considered a modern fairy tale in which we can all find ourselves, without any age limits. The Underwater Bubble Show was produced with the help and support of the biggest authorities in the field of entertainment and theatre in Latvia. The well-balanced blend of drama, mime, dance, puppetry, juggling, contortionism, sand art and magic, with the amazing beauty of soap bubbles make “B” unique and perfect for any audience.

Suitable for all ages!

Adult $13.50 ♦ Senior/Military $11 ♦ Student $7

Tapestry Dance Co – Passing it Forward
April 20, 6:00pm

Students and adults across Sheridan and the surrounding area will learn to tap their feet in syncopated time with the world’s only full-time professional repertory dance company, Tapestry

Suitable for all ages!

Adult $20 ♦ Senior/Military $18 ♦ Student $12

Jan
31
Thu
American Buffalo (CTG 18-19) @ Carriage House Theater
Jan 31 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

American Buffalo

Drama

by David Mamet

Directed by Chip King

January 24-27, January 31-February 3 Rated R for extreme language and situations

Considered one of Mamet’s best works – Broadway productions have starred Al Pacino and Robert Duvall
– In a Chicago junk shop, three small-time crooks plot to rob a man of his coin collection, the showpiece of which is a valuable “Buffalo nickel.” These high-minded grifters fancy themselves businessmen pursuing legitimate free enterprise. But the reality of the three – Donny, the oafish junk shop owner; Bobby, a young junkie Donny has taken under his wing; and “Teach,” a violently paranoid braggart – is that they are merely pawns caught up in their own game of last-chance, dead-end, empty pipe dreams.

Feb
1
Fri
American Buffalo (CTG 18-19) @ Carriage House Theater
Feb 1 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

American Buffalo

Drama

by David Mamet

Directed by Chip King

January 24-27, January 31-February 3 Rated R for extreme language and situations

Considered one of Mamet’s best works – Broadway productions have starred Al Pacino and Robert Duvall
– In a Chicago junk shop, three small-time crooks plot to rob a man of his coin collection, the showpiece of which is a valuable “Buffalo nickel.” These high-minded grifters fancy themselves businessmen pursuing legitimate free enterprise. But the reality of the three – Donny, the oafish junk shop owner; Bobby, a young junkie Donny has taken under his wing; and “Teach,” a violently paranoid braggart – is that they are merely pawns caught up in their own game of last-chance, dead-end, empty pipe dreams.

Feb
2
Sat
American Buffalo (CTG 18-19) @ Carriage House Theater
Feb 2 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

American Buffalo

Drama

by David Mamet

Directed by Chip King

January 24-27, January 31-February 3 Rated R for extreme language and situations

Considered one of Mamet’s best works – Broadway productions have starred Al Pacino and Robert Duvall
– In a Chicago junk shop, three small-time crooks plot to rob a man of his coin collection, the showpiece of which is a valuable “Buffalo nickel.” These high-minded grifters fancy themselves businessmen pursuing legitimate free enterprise. But the reality of the three – Donny, the oafish junk shop owner; Bobby, a young junkie Donny has taken under his wing; and “Teach,” a violently paranoid braggart – is that they are merely pawns caught up in their own game of last-chance, dead-end, empty pipe dreams.

Feb
3
Sun
American Buffalo (CTG 18-19) @ Carriage House Theater
Feb 3 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

American Buffalo

Drama

by David Mamet

Directed by Chip King

January 24-27, January 31-February 3 Rated R for extreme language and situations

Considered one of Mamet’s best works – Broadway productions have starred Al Pacino and Robert Duvall
– In a Chicago junk shop, three small-time crooks plot to rob a man of his coin collection, the showpiece of which is a valuable “Buffalo nickel.” These high-minded grifters fancy themselves businessmen pursuing legitimate free enterprise. But the reality of the three – Donny, the oafish junk shop owner; Bobby, a young junkie Donny has taken under his wing; and “Teach,” a violently paranoid braggart – is that they are merely pawns caught up in their own game of last-chance, dead-end, empty pipe dreams.