Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts and Savage Umbrella are excited to announce June, the final workshop presentation of their 2013-2014 season. Set in pre-Stonewall America, June explores the roles we play and the secrets we hide. Newlywed June is introduced to the darker (sexier?) side of life through a mysterious acquaintance. Will June be able to keep it together, or will things start to get out of control? If she’s not careful, somebody might get hurt. This workshop is created and directed by Savage Umbrella company member Hannah K. Holman. Tickets are suggested donation of $5-10 at the door, but no one will be turned away at the door. Advanced reservations are suggested, as seating is limited. You may also call 763-574-1850 to save a seat.
In their workshop presentations, Savage Umbrella invites audiences to get a sneak peek into how their shows are made. Audiences get to see the actors read the brand new script and ask questions of the team. The audience responses and ideas are then used to help shape the final script for production – if they want to – of course no one has to speak up if they don’t want to! Savage Umbrella benefits from the chance to try out new material and get input. Audiences benefit by being an active part of the process – all in a casual atmosphere.