ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT speaks directly with a warning for today. Set during and after the Third Reich, a stylistic, surrealistic play inspired by interviews with German Gentile women. The play sweeps from their teen years through adulthood during the Holocaust and beyond. The Nazi Regime impacts the women's lives as they struggle over work, religion, marriage and motherhood. Making overwhelmingly hard choices, they survive or succumb to Hitler's Reign and are changed forever.
A sylistic, surrealistic play. Minimal set. Minimal props. An unconventional timeframe that jumps a chronological order.
General Seating. No Tickets. $5 at the door.
Performances: 2/1, 2/2, & 2/3 at 7:00 and 2/3 at 2:00 Box office opens 1/2 hour before each show.
Reader's Theater is a dramatic presentation of a written work in a script form. Readers read from a "script" and reading parts are divided among the readers. No memorization, costumes, blocking, or special lighting is needed. Scripts are held by the readers.
Stage Too! is in the alley between PCA and Murphy’s Restaurant with entrances from Willis St. and Sheldon Rd. The entrance to Stage Too is in the alley, about 100 yards north of Murphy’s, next to the Peregrine Book Store. Stage Too! is clearly marked. Directional signs are placed at the alley entrance at Willis and close to the parking lot next to Peregrine Book Store. A map is available on the PCA website’s “Stage Too!” page.