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Let’s PIG Out!

Let’s PIG Out!

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Ed Shea, Artistic Director at 2nd Story Theatre

Hello << Test First Name >>,

We have an exciting event coming up soon we’d like to tell you about.

Erin Olson is one of the best young actors in the 2nd Story company. You may have seen her this season in And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little or The Trip to Bountiful.

She’s also involved with a local organization called the Providence Improv GuildP.I.G. for short – who provide accessible programs and education for actors of all ages looking to up their comedic game.

We’re happy to announce that they’ll be visiting our DownStage space!

Join us for a night of improvisational comedy on Wednesday, June 24, at 7:30 pm for the first ever P.I.G. Out Dark Night at 2nd Story.

Tickets are only $10 and are first-come first-served at the door. Cash only please.  The bar opens at 6:30 pm for drinks and popcorn.

Join us on one of our signature Dark Nights and support these talented performers.

And P.I.G. out on some delicious comedy.

We hope to see you there.


Questions? Just respond to this email or call the box office at 401.247.4200.

[photo by Rich Dionne, from And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little]
Lara Hakeem (above) takes a night off from Venus so
Erin Olson’s (below) crew of comedians can make you luagh!

I Hate Hamlet, by Paul Rudnik

UpStage in Rep / July 10 thru August 30With his career in limbo, a young television star is offered the chance to play hamlet in the Park. Relocating to New york, he rents a mysterious, gothic apartment once inhabited by the great John Barrymore. Sounds ideal, no? Well, there’s a little problem: he loathes the Bard. Enter the ghost of Barrymore, conjured by an impromptu seance, who introduces our ambivalent young friend to the joys of fame, dames and melancholy Danes.

Die, Mommy, Die!, by Charles Busch

UpStage in Rep / July 17 thru August 28What a drag!!! Faded song stylist, Angela Arden – trapped in a loveless marriage and estranged from her ill-tempered offspring – attempts to set herself free by murdering her ailing husband. When her children begin to suspect their mother in their father’s death, Angela’s hopes for a new life fall outrageously apart. This clever, kitsch, psychedelic satire of ’60s celluloid classics will give “summer camp” a whole new meaning.

Leo’s Ristorante
365 Hope Street, Bristol, RI
(401) 253-9300

Crossroads Restaurant
133 Market Street Warren, RI
(401) 245-9305

Rhode Island State Council on the ArtsFunding provided in part by a grant from The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, through an appropriation by the Rhode Island General Assembly, a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and private funders.

ArtWork by Trevor Elliott & Candis Dixon

2nd Story Theatre  |  28 Market St, Warren, RI 02885  |  Currrent Season  |  401 247 4200

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