Tuesday, November 3, 2020

(All day)

Hatchet Lady

(All day)
Runs 65 minutes

online

$10 and up
Buy tickets online

Presented by Walking Shadow Theatre Company
  • Drama
  • Musical

Hatchet Lady: Carry Nation, Angel of Destruction

written by Savannah Reich

music by Luc Parker

directed by John Heimbuch

Carry Nation splinters unsuspecting saloons with her mighty hatchet! She targets nothing less than the limits of society. The men would shut her down, but God calls her on, and her awesome legacy is one of inspiration, passion and determination. An unabashedly feminist rock musical! What do you have that needs to be smashed?

Originally staged December 1 – 16, 2017 at the Red Eye Theatre
Streaming online until November 30, 2020

Content Warnings: This production contains adult language and references to alcohol and drunkenness.

HOW IT WORKS

This video is hosted on Vimeo and requires a password to watch. When you purchase, you’ll receive the link and the password.

Tickets are Choose-Your-Price, minimum $10.

Consider paying an amount that reflects the number of people who will watch the video! Consider paying additional to represent extra “tickets” to share with your friends! Consider hosting a virtual Watch Party where you and your friends all watch at the same time and share reactions!

The video will be available to watch through November 30. You can watch as many times as you like through that date. You can pause or restart at any time.

SUPPORT THE ARTISTS

80% of ticket sales go directly to the artists. We’re paying everyone involved — actors, musicians, stage management team, and designers. All have given permission for their work to be reused in this way!

Consider paying more than the minimum to support the artists!

HOW TO BUY

https://www.walkingshadow.org/shows/hatchet-lady/

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10 am

SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN: Out of the Box

10:00 am
Runs 60 minutes

Stages Theatre Company
1111 Mainstreet Hopkins, MN 55343

$50
Call 952-979-1111
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Presented by Stages Theatre Company
  • Musical
  • Kids

Spookley the Square Pumpkin: Out of the Box 

Stages Theatre Company
OCT 2 – NOV 6, 2020 

Ages 2-7

Based on the popular film and book, Spookley the Square Pumpkin: Out of the Box is a flexible one-of-a-kind theatre experiences designed to engage families in the magic of storytelling adventures. With limited-time access to video content, unlocking participation into an adventure that’s unique to them, each Out of the Box experience also includes props, crafts and passes to a safe outdoor, socially distanced LIVE in-person event. To purchase visit:  https://www.stagestheatre.org/spookley/ or call 952-979-1111.

 

SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN

Stage play by Joe Troiano. Based on the film Spookley the Square Pumpkin by Joe Troiano and Tom Hughes and the book The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin by Joe Troiano. Lyrics by Joe Troiano. Music composed and arranged by Jeffrey Zahn. © Holiday Hill Enterprises. LLC

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5 pm

Your Election Night Soundtrack

5:00 pm
Runs 300 minutes

Maximum Verbosity Twitch
twitch.tv/maximumverbosityonline

$10 recommended donation, though nobody is turned away from watching!
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Presented by Maximum Verbosity
  • Storytelling

"Men of factious tempers, of local prejudices, or of sinister designs, may, by intrigue, by corruption, or by other means, first obtain the suffrages, and then betray the interests, of the people. The question resulting is, whether small or extensive republics are more favorable to the election of proper guardians of the public weal..."

- James Madison, Federalist No. 10

ABOUT THE SHOW

Want to watch the returns, but don't want to listen to the pundits? Put your favored network on mute, and play this in the background. From ancient China to the Enlightenment, from the American Revolution to the Civil War, award-winning storyteller phillip andrew bennett low will be reading excerpts from some of his favorite political speeches and essays, plays and poems.

Beginning at 5pm (when the first polls close in Indiana and Kentucky) and ending at 10pm (when polls close on the west coast), or when the performer collapses into the fetal position cradling a bottle of Jameson, whichever comes first. Celebration or consolation, here's a body of material carefully curated to provide comfort and context to a historic evening, with a guarantee of no text later than 1917.

PRAISE FOR PHILLIP LOW AND MAXIMUM VERBOSITY

"...a polished, charismatic performer..."
- Robert Trussell, Kansas City Star

"Low adopts a consistent style and vocal inflection for each character, and he has the kind of voice one could listen to almost indefinitely."
- Jay Harvey, Indianapolis Star

"...Low has a hell of an ear for language. Those are some downright beautiful sentences he's uttering up there...the guy gives good aural."
- Glen Weldon, Washington City Pages

"...his presence on stage, his careful pacing and his masterful storytelling combine for an interesting show..."
- Emily Gurnon, Pioneer Press

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