This February, Let’s Play! Second Saturday will continue the 2019 season with a special theme, Playwright’s Choice. Sommer Schoch, the Producing Artistic Director of Flashback Theater (FbTC), will lead an evening filled with reading and performing scenes from plays produced by local playwrights. The workshop will start at 7:00 PM on Saturday, February 9th, and […]
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The 2019 season of Let’s Play! Second Saturday workshops at Flashback Theater begins Saturday, January 12th. Flashback Theater’s producing artistic director Sommer Schoch will lead an evening of improvisational theatre games for the whole community to enjoy. The workshop will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Black Box at Flashback Theater. The event is free; […]
This upcoming Second Saturday, Flashback Theater’s Let’s Play! Company will present their annual showcase. This year, the event will feature a collection of fairy tales, each presented with a slight twist but with heartfelt, family-friendly messages at their core. The event will be held in the Black Box Theater on December 8 at 7:00 p.m. […]
Flashback Theater invites you to put your music, acting, and dancing abilities to the test at their upcoming Let’s Play! Second Saturday workshop, Triple Threat. Flashback Theater invites you to put your music, acting, and dancing abilities to the test at their upcoming Let’s Play! Second Saturday workshop, Triple Threat. At this workshop, we invite […]
Flashback Theater is now accepting applications for the 2019 Let’s Play! Company. The Let’s Play! Company is a group of theater artists dedicated to developing programming for Flashback Theater and growing together to strengthen our theater community. This year, the Let’s Play! Company is seeking four capable theatre artists to work in positions coordinating one […]
This October, Flashback Theater offers a unique opportunity for audiences and actors alike to receive a history lesson in fun. At their monthly Second Saturday event, the Let’s Play! Company will present Parlor Games, a free workshop. Participants will play classic games from the Victorian era to discover how they connect to the modern theatre […]