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THE INTERVENTION CYCLE
Introducing a World Premiere One Act, as well as Cincinnati City Premiere One Act – both written and directed by Mollie Jeanette Amburgey – comes THE INTERVENTION CYCLE, an evening where the audience will be invited to meet to four characters who have been touched by life altering events. How they get past them is what will be told throughout the course of the evening. Overall, each character receives what can be referred to as their very own version of a “life intervention.”
Beginning the evening will be the world premiere of THE NEIGHBORLY VISIT, which will feature actors Leslie Kelly and Nathan Henegar. The character Robin, played by Kelly, is a woman who just moved into her apartment while her husband is recovering from an injury in the hospital. Her neighbor, Nick Ryan, appears at her door with a flamboyant personality, as well as a pie. With no invitation necessary, he invites himself in. At first, Robin finds him incredibly frustrating, but as the act continues, his visit seems to be something Robin might have needed at this point of her life.
Ending the evening will be the city premiere of OLD WOUNDS, which will feature actors Carrington Rowe and Shawn Toadvine. The character Samantha Bamonti, played by Rowe, is a woman who is an up and coming column writer who reunites over chinese food and some wine with character Matthew Holden, played by Toadvine. Although their meeting may seem light and friendly in the beginning, it eventually leads into a discussion of a dark event that happened in their pasts, which they have been trying to move forward from for a very long time.
Graphic Design is by Shawn Toadvine.
THE INTERVENTION CYCLE will be performed November 4th, 5th, and 7th at 8pm at First Lutheran Church (second floor Balcony) in Over-The-Rhine, Ohio. The House will open at 7:30pm. Metered and Unmetered parking is available on the street, as well as in the parking garage underneath Washington Park for an evening flat rate usually between $3-$5.
Tickets can be purchased online at http://goodpeopletheatre.ticketleap.com/cycle/, over the phone (513-377-7783), or at the door if we have not sold out the production. Any questions/comments can be sent to Artistic Director Mollie Amburgey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ticket prices are $10 for General Admission on November 4th for everyone, and are non-refundable.
Ticket prices are $15 for General Admission, $10 for Students/Artists/Military on November 5th, 6th, & 7th, and are non-refundable.
**DISCLAIMER: This production is appropriate for ages 13 and up.
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Additional time info:
House will open at 7:30pm. Show will be located on upstairs balcony of church (we will make sure we have signs to help lead the way!)