Kingston Experimental Theater Companymeets at Green Kill every Monday evening at 7. If you are an actor, playwright, or singer and you would like to become involved please write to email@example.com
About Kingston Experimental Theater Company (KETC)
Kingston Experimental Theater Company, KETC was established in March of 2018 by Nathan Young and fellow actor and musician, Brent Felker offering collaboratively created experimental theater productions. The original eight core members of the company are local actors, musicians, writers and technicians ranging in age from 20 to 70’s. KETC is housed in and works cooperatively with the Green Kill Art and Performance Space. In October 2018, KETC had a successful run of an original play based on Dante’s Inferno, Infernal Dreams. Their second show, Ghost Town, was written and conceived by members of KETC who meet weekly at Green Kill and who record in local studios. Ghost Town, will be performed at Green Kill performance space, 8/20 7pm, 8/26 7pm.
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There are many ways you can become an integral part of our KETC family. Learn how you can help bring our collaborative performances to life. There are many opportunities for those who want to help us put on original engaging productions. Members of KETC have described their participation in the company as a chance to expand and grow their talents in a friendly but challenging environment.
KETC is currently looking for new talent including, singers, technicians, set design, promotions, choreographers, dances and assistants. For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Ghost Town, Ghost Town” is an original musical showcase written collaboratively by members of KETC. The music tells the stories of dispossessed residents of small Southwestern towns that are being abandoned across rural America due to global warming and corporate takeover of local businesses and ranches. Ghost Town will inform and entertain the audience using song as storytelling to give voice to, “small town America” by addressing issues of unemployment, outsourcing, opioid addiction and dreams gone sour as well as songs of inspiration and hope.