Alliance of the Arts

Todays Date: 10/21/19
Last Update: 09/18/10 10:01:26 PM

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Address: 10091 McGregor Blvd.
Fort Myers, FL    33919

Phone: (239) 939-2787

History of Productions View Current and Upcoming

Acts For Act  | Open: 10/29/10 Close: 10/30/10
Thespian Production for the benefit of ACT Abuse Counseling & Treatment proudly presents:

Acts for ACT

 

An evening of three one act plays involving Domestic Violence.

  • A Different Kind of Love
  • Menu Driven
  • Trapped!

Participate in our raffle for chances to win various prizes on opening night, October 29th, 2010.

  1. 1st prize Blackberry Boast Mobile
  2. 2nd prize $250 gift certificate at Rick's Music
  3. 3rd prize 2 nights stay at the Hampton Inn Suites in Cape Coral, FL.
  4. 4th prize 2 hour massage at Natalie's Skin Solutions.

Raffle tickets are $2.00 at door.

Order online through Advance ticket sales now available through Theatermania and receive 2 raffle tickets per ticket order! (This is for the October 29th, 2010 show)

These raffle tickets will be given to online purchasers on opening night of the show.


Order online here or call 866-811-4111.

Acts For Literacy  | Open: 04/23/10 Close: 04/24/10
Thespian Production For the benefit of Literacy Volunteers of Lee County.

Presents

“ACTS for Literacy”
 

A showcase of original one act plays of comedy and drama involving environmental awareness.

Featuring:

Blinking in Treetops by Shirley King

When it comes to ecology, fireflies are like the canary in a coalmine.


Cookin' With Gas by Martha Patterson

Wanda thinks she might want to buy a car that uses alternative fuel.


Extreme Green by Janet J. Lawler

Extreme Green is about the local food movement. A city land owner resents it deeply when a young, idealistic

farmer decides to take over his vacant lot to grow a vegetable garden.



Kiss It Goodbye by Nancy Brewka-Clark

The 21st century version of "The Princess and the Frog" is far from a fairytale.



More Pasta by Leon Kaye

An Italian grandma who discovers nutrition, and goes a little overboard.