The talented theatrical writers and actors at C.R.O.W.—Children’s Repertory of Oregon Workshops—will present completely new works for the public on August 16–17 in Florence.
“An Evening of New Works by Young Authors” will be performed by students in C.R.O.W.’s Advanced Acting program. Students in this program create their own comedic and dramatic monologues that are then published and made available to performers all over the world. The debut of the work by these young stars takes place during two evening performances. Audiences can expect quality and creativity at the show, and may be surprised by the emotions the performers are able to elicit.
“Year after year, our advanced acting students impress and amaze us with their wit, talent, and empathy,” says Melanie Heard, Artistic Director and founder of C.R.O.W. “Some may think that these are ‘just’ teenagers, but I’m here to tell you that our kids have their finger on the pulse and a perspective on the human race that is truly remarkable.”
The shows will be held at the C.R.O.W. Center for the Performing Arts, 3120 HWY 101 in Florence. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m. The show is not recommended for small children due to content. More information and ticket purchase details are available on the C.R.O.W. website. (541-999-8641; crowkids.com)