Improvised soap opera at King George

The story unfolds episode after episode over the dark months every Monday night.

Pleasure Craft Theatre is hosting auditions for its third season of live improvised soap opera Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. in the banquet room of the King George Hotel in Cumberland.

It is a unique and fun style of theatre, with moments of hilarity, heartbreak and brilliance, accompanied by live improvised music and lights.

The theme this year is medieval. The story unfolds episode after episode over the dark months every Monday night.

Pleasure Craft will borrow heavily from Shakespeare, Game of Thrones, the Princess Bride and Black Adder. It is an opportunity for actors of all ages and experience levels to hone their improv and performance skills, and for new actors to gain new skills and try stepping onto the stage.

For more information, contact the artistic director at Kevin.Flesher@gmail.com.

— Pleasure Craft Theatre

 

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