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WHEN CHURCHYARDS YAWN

All the dead Hamlet characters have graduated from Limbo to Purgatory. Seems there’s been a bit of a backlog. Hamlet Senior is ancient and over it. Polonius is befuddled, as ever. Rosencrantz feels like a nit wit, Guildenstern blames Rosencrantz. Ophelia is innocent and furious, Gertrude is spitting mad. Claudius is contrite to the point that you want to smack him. When Churchyards Yawn asks the question – will all these fatally flawed characters ever make it to Heaven?

KIDS CAMP

– ages 5-17


THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE


by WS Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan


A shipload of sentimental pirates, gaggles of giggling maidens, and a band of bumbling policemen bring fun and sparkle to one of the most charmingly silly operettas ever to grace the stage. Frederic, our hero, is bound by duty and must abandon his newfound love, Mabel, to join the pirate trade. Alas and alack! Must he truly lose Mabel, or can he find a way out of this frivolous conundrum?

PINEAPPLE
AND OTHER OPTIONS

Drenching rain pummels Nimipuu County as Helen, an idealistic middle-aged American History educator, sits alone in her kitchen recovering from a double mastectomy and looking at a pile of bills and an employment termination letter. What makes more sense than suicide? Newly retired social worker and rookie crisis hotline volunteer, AJ sits alone in the office desperate to save Helen from herself. As Helen slips between the worlds after eating a huge assortment of pills, Elizabeth “Betsy” Pennington greets Helen and takes her on a journey designed to convince her to return and invent a new kind of educational model. Pineapple and Other Options braids the stories of three women into a – literally – constructive theatrical experience.

ATM IS INCLUSIVE OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN, AGE, ABILITY, VETERAN STATUS, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, AND GENDER IDENTITY, IN ITS PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES.