FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: INVISIBLE THEATRE
Cathy Johnson, Associate Producer and Director of Public Relations (884-0672)
Susan Claassen, Managing Artistic Director (884-0672)
Due to circumstances beyond anyone's control, the opening night of DEAD CERTAIN has been changed to
Maedell Dixon will be performing the role of
Max Bird-Ridnell continues in the role of Michael.
The play will close on
Event: The Invisible Theatre Presents
the Southwest Premiere of
By Marcus Lloyd
Dates/Times: Monday, September 19, – Preview
Tuesday, September 20, (opening) through Sunday, October 9,
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at
Fridays and Saturdays at
Sundays at and .
(No performance on 9/25)
Place: The Invisible Theatre
Ticket Info: Call (520) 882-9721 for reservations and information.
Ticket Prices: $20-$22 per person; $16 preview performance
Discounts available for groups of 10 or more.
The Invisible Theatre will present the Southwest Premiere of DEAD CERTAIN, starring Maedell Dixon and Max Bird-Ridnell and directed by Susan Claassen, as the opening production of the theatre’s 35th anniversary season.
Written by Marcus Lloyd, DEAD CERTAIN tells the story of an out-of-work actor once on the verge of stardom, a theatre-obsessed ex-dancer now wheelchair-bound and a large isolated country house – all of which combine to be the ingredients in this psychological thriller! What does fate have in store for them both? The suspense builds towards a gripping climax, where truth and illusion become entangled in a real life game of cat and mouse.
“DEAD CERTAIN is an entertaining psychological diversion…”
Maedell Dixon is a treasured member of the Invisible Theatre's artistic ensemble, and has performed in COLLECTED STORIES, CATCH A FALLING STAR, GRACE & GLORIE, KINDERTRANSPORT, SYLVIA, DOUBLE DOUBLE, LOVE LETTERS, LATER LIFE, and most recently, MY OLD LADY. She has appeared off-Broadway in INTIMATE LETTERS WITH THE Prazak Quartet, at ATC in BLITHE SPIRIT, AMADEUS and DON'T LOOK BACK, at Actor's Rep of Sedona in SAILING TO BYZANTIUM, Arizona Repertory Theatre at the U of A in MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA and BELLE OF AMHERST, Phoenix Theatre's AND THEY DANCE REAL SLOW IN JACKSON and BEYOND REASONABLE DOUBT at the Guthrie Theatare. Maedell has also worked extensively on TV with appearances on CBS, NBC and Lifetime, and on the big screen in Speed Zone and the leading role in the recent independent film Half Laughing.
Max Bird-Ridnell, who makes his Invisible Theatre debut portraying Michael, is originally from
Playwright Marcus Lloyd grew up in
Call the Invisible Theatre at (520) 882-9721, Tuesday through Friday from 10-4, for reservations and ticket information or stop by the office at 1400 N.
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