Heart Theatre kicks off first fundraising campaign with auction and one-act play
Heart Repertory Theatre is holding its first fundraiser at Kenmore Community Club, Nov. 19 at 7pm. The evening will be headlined by The One Act Play that Goes WRONG! along with the groups' first auction to raise money to support the players and solicit sponsorships for the group.
Enjoy an evening supporting Kenmore's Heart Repertory Theatre. There will be appetizers and a silent auction. Among items to be auctioned there will be a cruise of Puget Sound or the San Juan Islands, a Keynote Playwright and Professor of the University of Washington conducting a workshop on writing 10 minute one act plays and, Tickets to a Kracken Game. Followed by a special performance of The One-Act Play that Goes Wrong.
After benefiting from a large and sudden inheritance, the inept and accident-prone Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society embarks on producing an ambitious 1920s murder mystery. Hilarious disaster ensues and the cast starts to crack under the pressure. Can they get the production back on track before the final curtain falls?
This one-act version of Mischief's world famous The Play That Goes Wrong originally premiered at the Old Red Lion Theatre in London in 2012. Since then, the expanded two-act version has taken the world by storm and has been performed in over 35 countries across 5 continents, winning multiple awards including the WhatsOnStage and Olivier Award for Best New Comedy plus a Tony and Drama Desk Award for Best Scenic Design of a Play.
Tickets will start selling soon for the November 19 event at the Kenmore Community Club.