LEAD, SD – More than 35 Lead and Deadwood children will be performing in two upcoming 2018 Gold Camp Players community theatre plays. The plays will be performed at the Historic Homestake Opera House (HHOH) at 313 W. Main Street at 2:00 pm on Saturday, Feb. 3 and Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018.
The plays To Art and Beyond and A Dragon In the Mix are directed by Lindsy Thomas of Lead. The productions were made possible by the Walt & Francis Green Charitable Trust, and produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Denver, CO.
Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for HHOH members, $4 for students, and free to children 6 and younger. Tickets are available at the door.
Baked goods will be available for purchase, and volunteers are provided by the Kiwanis Youth Builders Club headed by Wendy Schamber.
Children’s artworks will also be on display in cooperation with the Lead-Deadwood Arts Council in conjunction with the play To Art and Beyond.
TO ART AND BEYOND by Susan Frost and Valerie Kavanaugh
When a group of bored and disconnected students arrive at an art museum for a class field trip, they are surprised to meet up with magic and mayhem. Goats and bears, screams and flowers step out of their paintings and come to life before their very eyes! The students encounter paintings and sculptures as they never have before and learn there is so much more to art than first meets the eye. The art used in this extremely creative play consists of eight masterpieces: Rodin’s The Thinker, Degas’s Little Dancer of Fourteen Years, Munch’s The Scream, Wood’s American Gothic, Homer’s Two Guides, Chagall’s I and the Village, Mondrian’s Broadway Boogie-Woogie and Picasso’s Hands with Flowers.
A DRAGON IN THE MIX by Sue Ann Gunn
In one large palace, combine a queen, her mother, ladies-in-waiting and assorted princesses. Let simmer. That’s the recipe our four mischievous fairies — Rumor, Gossip, Hearsay and Innuendo — are cooking up in this witty fairy tale spoof. After the fairy foursome add a dragon to the mix, they have to either find a hero to slay the beast or satiate it… and legend has it that dragons like to eat princesses! Meanwhile, bored of the pampered princess life, the queen’s three daughters set out to see what they can do. When the fairies toss three princes into their concoction, they’re cooking up quite a meal!
Support for the HHOH is provided in part by the City of Lead, and the Adams Mastrovich Family Foundation.
For more information, call the HHOH office at 605-584-2067.
Ticket InformationTicket Information: Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for HHOH members, $4 for students, and free to children 6 and younger. Tickets are available at the door.
Event Contact InformationName: Sarah Carlson