Shelterbelt Theatre is pleased to present Resurrection: The Best of ShelterSkelter at 3225 California Street, October 6-29, 2017. The show is directed by Kaitlyn McClincy, Jayma Smay, and Elizabeth Thompson. Performances are Thurs-Sat at 9pm and Sunday at 6pm (except for Oct 29 at 2pm). Tickets are $12 for Thursday shows and $20 Fri-Sun ($15 for students, seniors (65+), and TAG members). Tickets are on sale at www.shelterbelt.org (click box office) or firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-341-2757.
Our audience asked for it and Shelterbelt brought ShelterSkelter back to life–the eerie, the funny, the dark and spooky! We opened the Skelter crypt and dug up some of our favorite blasts from the past, featuring some of your favorite playwrights. Come in costume! We’ll post pix on our Facebook page and each week’s winner (most likes) will advance to the finals. Top finalist wins 2 Shelterbelt season tickets! Whatever you do, don’t miss this limited edition Skelter in honor of our 25th Anniversary season. We don’t know when it’ll appear again in this dimension!
ShelterSkelter, Shelterbelt’s celebration of all things Halloween, began in 1996 and continued for 18 seasons before going on hiatus. Each year, scripts were sent from near and far, and a lengthy process began. “In 2014, we took a break from Shelterskelter to focus more on our local playwrights and full-length plays,” said Executive Director, Roxanne Wach. “As a part of our 25th anniversary season, we’ve resurrected ShelterSkelter.”
This incarnation of ShelterSkelter includes some of the best plays from past seasons, featuring work by Rob Baker, Joe Basque, Ben Beck, Molly Campbell, Julia Hinson, Jeremy Johnson, Daena Schweiger, Scott Working, and Aaron Zavitz.
The cast features Craig Bond, Katy Boone, Kevin Goshorn, Eric Grant-Leanna, Whitney Hansen, Meganne Horrocks Storm, Matt Karasek, Debbie Krambeck, and Sarah Smeltzer. Stage Manager is Taylor Vann. Assistant Stage Manager/Board Operator is Lisa Marie Hathaway. Lighting design is by Joshua Mullady, with sound design by Shannon Smay, and costumes by Bridget Mueting.
Jeffrey Ballard, collage prints, and Jonathan Wilhoft, skeletal photography, are the featured artists in the gallery.
Shelterbelt Theatre is Omaha’s home for new plays. This frightful evening opens Shelterbelt’s 25th Season, Original Lives Here, featuring scripts celebrating our local playwrights past and present. Shelterbelt Theatre is a 2015 and 2016 recipient of the international 50/50 Applause Award by the International Centre for Women Playwrights, which honors theatres that produce a season with an equal or greater number of plays written by female playwrights. (www.womenplaywrights.org)