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Hometown Knights Review by Sullivan Alfred-Sanford of the Daily GLOB!

Sullivan Alfred-Sanford of the Daily GLOB (Gator Lunch Out Blog– if you’re not getting it delivered to YOUR inbox each day, you’re missing out!) has much to say of our world premiere of Hometown Knights, and all of it, well, damned tasty. “well-seasoned and delicious“ “diverges from 2016 poltical campaigns by remaining engaging and entertaining“ … Read more

Hometown Knights Review in the Sun

In today’s Gainesville Sun, Ron Cunningham calls our world-premiere production of Hometown Knights “sufficiently witty to be chuckle worthy if not guffaw inducing.” But don’t take his word for it– the show continues two more weekends, and you can purchase online tickets right here! Read the entire review here!

Hometown Knights in the NEWS

The world premiere of Chuck Lipsig’s Hometown Knights is already getting people talking– and we don’t even open until tomorrow! See what Gainesville Downtown has to say about it here… And pick up a hard copy of today’s Gainesville Sun for a preview in Scene Magazine! Edit: Here’s the preview article in Gainesville Sun’s Scene … Read more

OPEN AUDITIONS: “Comfort Phone” & “Do You See Me?”

Open Auditions: Sunday & Monday, January 17 & 18 Comfort Phone by Matt Goode, directed by Sunny Sky Hughes-Trinity Do You See Me? by Beth-Anne Blue, directed by Gabriel Hughes-Trinity Performance dates for both: March 11-27, 2016 Join in performing the world premieres of two  locally-written one-act plays!. In Comfort Phone we look at sanity and the supernatural as someone … Read more

2016 | 01 Hometown Knights – WORLD PREMIERE

The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre is pleased to announce its world premiere production of Hometown Knights by Chuck Lipsig, directed by Jessica Arnold and Chuck Lipsig, opening Friday, January 15, at 8:00 PM and running Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 PM and Sundays at 2:00 PM through January 31. Hometown Knights is a comedic new twist on … Read more

Rehearsing for Playwrights’ Showcase

Our casts are busily rehearsing December’s Gainesville Homegrown Local Playwrights’ Showcase! Eight plays in total; pictured above is the cast of Chuck Lipsig’s musical, The Mad Scientist’s Wonderful Children. Do you have your tickets yet? For a limited time, see as many plays as you’d like over the four-day festival for just $15. Not each … Read more

Audition Update!

Gainesville Homegrown Local Playwrights' Showcase

In a previous post we mentioned the upcoming auditions on November 8 & 9 for Hometown Knights and the Gainesville Homegrown Local Playwrights’ Showcase. We’ve had more than a few people ask what the lineup is this year for the showcase, so here you go! Thursday, Dec 3, 8:00 PM Turning Tables a farce written by Esteban … Read more

AUDITIONS – Playwrights’ Showcase & Hometown Knights

Gainesville Homegrown Local Playwrights' Showcase

Don’t be shy, you were born to be a star! Although we are a repertory company, we do hold open auditions for shows– and we’re about to hold auditions for our very own Gainesville Homegrown Local Playwrights’ Showcase and our original production of Hometown Knights! The showcase will take place December 3-6 this year, and will … Read more

Gainesville Homegrown Local Playwrights’ Showcase Seeks Additional One-act Play

Gainesville area playwrights: the third annual Gainesville Homegrown Local Playwrights’ Showcase– staged readings of locally written plays– will be held here, at the ART, December 3 to 6. Because of some schedule changes, we find ourselves in need of one or two more one-act plays. To have your one-act (or otherwise very-short) play considered, please … Read more

BANNED?! A Wacky Look at Banned Children’s Books

The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre is proud to announce a staged reading of its original production, BANNED?!— a strange, silly & unexpectedly educational look at children’s books banned for the most ridiculous of reasons… in celebration of Banned Books Week. Join us one day only– Saturday, October 3— at 3 PM or 5PM. Recommended donation is $10— (“recommended” because reading and … Read more