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Playwrights Take The Spotlight at Let...

Flashback Theater is excited to present Let’s Play! Playwright’s Choice on Saturday, February 10th. Playwright’s Choice is one of Flashback Theater’s favorite recurring events. It gives local playwrights a chance to see their work read on stage by actors, and receive feedback from audience and directors. The workshop will be held at Flashback Theater, located […]

A New Season of Let’s Play! Beg...

The 2018 season of free Let’s Play! workshops begins Saturday, January 13th with Improv Games. Every year, Flashback Theater Co. kicks off Let’s Play! with a romp through improvisational games. The workshop will start at 7 p.m. at Flashback Theater Co. located in Old City Hall. This event will also serve as the auditions for […]

Flashback Theater Invites You into th...

Have you ever wondered just how a theatrical performance goes from script to stage? How does a show go from a first read, to staging, to dress rehearsals, to a full production? Flashback Theater Co. invites you to explore the answers at Let’s Play! Open Rehearsal. At this event, the Let’s Play! Company will be […]

Flashback Theater is Dying to Give yo...

This October, Flashback Theater will be exploring how many ways an actor can “play dead” at Let’s Play! Death on Stage. A part of Flashback Theater’s free Let’s Play! Second Saturday series, this month’s workshop will be held on October 14th at 7:00 p.m. in the basement at Station 211. To fit the month’s seasonal […]

Team up for Improv Olympics at Flashb...

Sign up your team now. This September, Flashback Theater Co. will host Let’s Play! Improv Olympics. This event invites teams from all over Kentucky to come together to play theater games in friendly competition. The event will be held in the basement of Station211 at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 9th. Much like the spirit […]

Flashback Holds Workshop and Reading ...

On Saturday, August 12, actors from Flashback Theater Co. (FbTC) will produce a semi-staged reading of Rosies at Station 211 on Main St. in downtown Somerset, Kentucky. The play was inspired by the life of Rose Will-Monroe, a Science Hill native known nationally as the face of Rosie the Riveter. The semi-staged reading is a […]

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