Etcetera, the late-night arm of Live Theatre Workshop, presents
A Theatre 3 original production:
THEATRUM ORBIS TERRARUM
3 Remaining Original Episodes At Live Theatre Workshop:
Episode 2: Ireland - March 8 & 9
Episode 3: Japan - April 5 & 6
Episode 4: Tucson - April 26 & 27
Fridays and Saturdays at 10:30 PM
Tickets $12 at the door • Drinks $5 • Special Deal: Ticket + First Drink for $15
5317 E Speedway Blvd. • 327.4242 for tickets
Beer curated by Rebecca Safford of Tap & Bottle
Check www.theatre-3.com for details!
call 347.870.9834 for more information
Theatrum Orbis Terrarum--the traveling troupe of Iznik, Swerf, and Alulu Ortelius--presents the “Theatre of the World.” This bizarre family uses a blend of music, storytelling, and beer to engage the communities in the cultures they encounter during their endless world tour.
Traveling the world to gather
The truth in the lies
The music in the noise
And drink the beer.
Join in the communion as they tell traditional tales, share songs, and drink beers from different regions--Ireland, Japan, and Tucson!
Episode 2: Ireland features the music of Claire Zucker!
ABOUT THE PRODUCTION COMPANY
Mission: Theatre 3 believes in embracing joy and the human experience to create original, imaginative works that serve and engage the community through collaboration and the expansion of the possibilities of performance.
History: Founded in 2009, Theatre 3 specializes in ensemble-created physical theatre. In the 2012-13 season, this ensemble is focused on creating new work for the Etcetera stage. The artists of Theatre 3 bring a passion for character, love for the physical, and spirit of exploration and discovery to all of their work.
Praise for Theatre 3 ‘s Theatrum Orbis Terrarum
“This is really not theater in the traditional sense. Well, actually it is theater in the traditional sense, but not necessarily in the modern sense. Don't come expecting a totally scripted, locked-down play. Yet it is a play. It's an experience, one in which we all participate (and no, you don't have to get up onstage). And it is great fun. [...] So we gather, sipping our brews—as do Swerf, Alulu and Iznik—and we begin our journey, which is casual but purposeful, ordered yet spontaneous, lighthearted but profound. [...] This is going to be a unique, creative, captivating and thoroughly entertaining tour.”
~Sherilyn Forrester, Tucson Weekly
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Angela Horchem (Artistic Director, Actor-Creator) - In addition to her work with Theatre 3, Angela is also a mask-maker and teaching artist. She combines a background in team sports with a passion for theatre. Angela earned her M.A. in theatre from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, and went on to study physical theatre at Dell'Arte International and performance in Bali, Indonesia. Other credits include roles at The Rogue Theatre, Live Theatre Workshop, the Nebraska Shakespeare Festival, and guest-artist roles with companies across the country, including WONDERHEADS, National Headquarters, The Witching Hour, and Dell'Arte International.
Matt Walley (Associate Artistic Director, Actor-Creator) - In addition to his work with Theatre 3, Matt is a proud member of The Rogue Theatre’s acting ensemble. He teaches acting at The University of Arizona and other venues in the Tucson area. Matt is on the board of the Shakespeare Forum in New York City. He holds an M.F.A. in ensemble-based physical theatre from Dell’Arte International. Matt helped to found ETCETERA in 2004 and was in the inaugural production of DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA. Since then, he has performed with WONDERHEADS, Mabou Mines, Dell’Arte Company and over 500 stunt shows with the Pinnacle Peak Pistoleros.
Paul Amiel (Musical Director, Actor-Creator) - is a multi-instrumentalist focusing on Medieval European, Turkish, East Asian, Middle Eastern, and very, very ancient music. Paul has performed on gothic harp, kaval, saz, ney, banjo, shakuhachi, flute, guitar and accordéon for groups such as Musica Sonora, Summer Thunder Chinese Music Ensemble, Muso, Seyyah, Zambuka, The Rogue Theatre (where he served as Music Director for As I Lay Dying, Winter's Tale, Journey to the West, The Night Heron and as a musician on many productions), and Theatre 3.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Is each episode different?
A: Yes! Theatrum Orbis Terrarum has a ritual opening & closing that remains the same for each show, but the “meat and potatoes” of the show is the part that changes. There will be new stories and music for each episode!
Q: Are you traveling to Turkey, Ireland, Japan, Tucson?
A: Yes! Well, theatrically of course. Each episode is focused on a specific country (or city), and it’s our goal to “transport” the audience to that country for a little while through the history, stories, music, and beer.
Q: Wait. Beer?
A: Yes! Theatrum Orbis Terrarum has procured a special events license in order to serve beer during the show. In fact, a good section of the show is about beer and the community it brings, and so it will be important for you to have a drink with us so we can toast each other. And it will be beer specific to each location. Rebecca from Tap & Bottle www.thetapandbottle.com is curating the beverages for us.
Q: What if i don’t drink?
A: Don’t worry. Our beverage servers have a unique non-alcoholic beverage to “wet your whistle.” And it will still play into the theme of the region!
Q: Do i need to show my I.D.?
A: Yes, we will be checking I.D.s and we have security staff in place as well.
Q: What is the show like?
A: It’s going to be a lot of fun. Think storytelling meets music meets ritual meets the pub. Plus each episode will have special features ranging from puppets to masks to special guests artists. And always beer.
Q: How much?
A: Tickets are $12. Beverages are $5. If you buy your first beer with your ticket, you get a special deal of $15 for both. Additional drinks are $5 a piece.
Q: Can i help?
A: Yes! We need ushers for upcoming episodes. And please tell all of your friends about this show!
See you at Theatrum Orbis Terrarum!
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