The emerging SEED Theatre Project’s 2011-2012 season will feature two musical regional premieres in addition to dramatic works by David Mamet and Marsha Norman.
The season will consist of Norman’s Pulitzer Prize-winning “’Night, Mother,” August 19-20, 2011, staged by SEED executive artistic director Adam Leigh; Neil Bartram and Brian Hill’s friendship musical “The Story of My Life,” November 4-5, 2011, directed by William “Kip” Moore and starring Leigh and Shawn Hooks; James Sherman’s generational dramedy “Half and Half,” February 10-11, 2012; David Mamet’s controversial “Oleanna,” April 27-28, 2012, directed by Laura Estandia; and John Bucchino and Harvey Fierstein’s marital musical “A Catered Affair,” June 8-9, 2012, directed by Leigh. Season tickets can be purchased for $48. Visit www.seedtheatreproject.org or call (937) 823-0018.
SEED’s current season continues with John Cariani’s romantic comedy “Almost, Maine,” slated for February 11-12 under the direction of Moore; Arthur Miller’s adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s “An Enemy of the People,” slated for April 15-16 under the direction of Estandia; and the local premiere of Doug Wright, Michael Korie and Scott Frankel’s musical “Grey Gardens,” slated for June 10-11 under the direction of Leigh.
All productions are held at the Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, 1000 N. Keowee St., Dayton. For additional information about SEED (an acronym for Societal Empowerment and Everyman Development) and its mission, visit www.seedtheatreproject.org or contact Leigh at (937) 219-7835.