Have you ever seen bouffon clowns in a bowling alley? Come see our zany cast perform Central Concern 6/15 & 6/15 at Mahall’s 20 lanes, Lakewood’s hip 90-year-old vintage bowling alley.
Using music, mockery and mayhem, Central Concern aims to be delightfully depraved and entertaining. Central Concern takes a satirical look at the history of the American real estate industry and how it championed property values often at the expense of civil rights. Warning, this show contains explicit language and mature content.
Facilitated post-show talkbacks immediately follow both shows. On Saturday night only a free interactive mini-theater workshop happens right after the talk-back.
Dates: Friday & Saturday, June 15 & 16 @ 7:30 pm
Location: Mahall’s 20 Lanes, 13200 Madison Ave., Lakewood, Oh 44107
Admission: $15 Includes Show, Drink Ticket & One Free Bowling Game.
Congratulations to OCTP Director Pandora Robertson on receiving an OAC Individual Execellence Award for playwriting. And congratulations to all our Cuyahoga County recipients. Michael Credico (Lakewood) – Fiction, Caitlin Dargue (Shaker Heights) – Playwriting, Keith Fitch (Cleveland Heights) – Music Composition, Mary Grimm (Cleveland) – Fiction, Christopher Johnston (Shaker Heights) – Non-Fiction, Bradley Ricca (University Heights) – Non-Fiction, Pandora Robertson (Cleveland Heights) – Playwriting, David Shimotakahara (Cleveland Heights) – Choreography, Gregory Vovos (Rocky River) – Playwriting, Megan Young (Cleveland) – Choreography. For more information about the 2018 the Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Awards, please click here.
OCTP is proud to be part of Station Hope 2018.
Look for our traveling work Central Concern around 7:00, 7:35, 8:10, and 8:45 pm. Central Concern takes a satirical look at the history of the American real estate profession & how it championed property values often at the expense of civil rights. Written & Directed by: Pandora Robertson | Costume Design by: Carolyn Dickey | Performed by: Wesley Allen, Roxana Bell, Christopher Walker, Stephanie Wilbert |Music by Daniel McNamara