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Drawing Biblical Truths from Secular Plays

PURE ENOUGH TO DRINK
A memory play by Alex Hoffmann
with Jessica L. Sosnoski

This original 2-act drama explores the consequences of and reasons for addiction through the eyes of Alex Hoffmann and his son. A powerful memory play with both comedic and dramatic elements, Pure Enough To Drink makes its debut on The Company of Strangers Theater stage exploring lessons in self-sacrifice, patience, and evil.

Director: Jessica L. Sosnoski
Cast Leads: Kerric Stephens, Markaz Davis, Kellie Wambold

SHOWS: February 1, 2, 8 @ 7pm, February 9 @ 4pm
The Underground Collaborative - 161 W Wisconsin Ave MKE
Tickets available starting Jan 1

 

adapted by Anne Coulter Martens

Live Auditions:
IN PERSON: March 4, 4:30pm-7:30pm 2019, Milwaukee Central Library
FACEBOOK/SKYPE: March 5, 4:00-8:00pm, 2019
Video submissions will also be accepted through March 5. Details below.
ADULT roles available: 4 men (looks ages 20-60+); 5 women (looks ages 20-60+)
CHILDREN roles available: 1 boy (looks around 10 years old); 4 girls (looks around 9-13 years old)

Two buddies wanting a get-rich-quick scheme decide to kidnap "Red," young nephew of a wealthy banker, for ransom. However, Red drives the kidnappers crazy with his high energy and tomfoolery that his kidnappers can't wait to get rid of him...only to find the tables have turned, and they may have to pay a pretty sum to return the little terror! Packed with hilarity and wit, The Ransom of Red Chief is brought to you with a story analysis concerning family and responsibility. 

To sign up for your LIVE audition time,
either in person or via facebook or skype, CLICK HERE!
Please CLICK HERE to download the LIVE audition form.
Submit this form when you sign up. 
Pleaes CLICK HERE for the video submission form and procedure. 

SHOWS: June 7, 8, 14 at 7pm, June 15 at 4pm, 2019
The Underground Collaborative - 161 W Wisconsin Ave Milwaukee
TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE HERE 

CHECK BACK FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR FALL PRODUCTION 
DOUBT: A PARABLE
by John Patrick Shanley
SHOWS: SEPTEMBER 13, 14, 20, 21 - 2019

Click on one of the plays below to read The Company's Scriptural analysis