Tuesdays at 700PM on Youtube and Facebook starting in August  IMG 2215

Crowded Kitchen Players has created a filmed series of new performances

for the ‘The IceHouse Tonight’.

Featuring The Witherbees, Tuesday Muse, Joey Mutis III of The Electric Farm,

Radical Freedom: Poets on the Life and Work of H.D., George Hrab, Matt Wolfe, and Fanny Nadav-de Ruiter

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A play in seven episodes Tuesdays at 800PM starting in September

When a charismatic, beloved, successful, and black high school football coach

in a small western Pennsylvania town decides to run for public office,

he abruptly finds himself sucked into a powerful ever deepening whirlpool of suspicion,

fear, resentment, and hatred that threaten not only the fabric of his community, but also his very life.  Eyes medium

Featuring William Alexander, Florence Taylor, Felecia White, Trish Cipoletti, David Oswald, Pamela Wallace, Carla Thew, Dan Ferry, Sharon Ferry, Jerry Brucker, Bruce Brown, Brian Wendt, Nancy Welsh, Judy Evans, Mellissa, Kali, Don Swan






by Charlie Barnett

Legendary American pianist and songwriter George Gershwin and Austrian

composer Arnold Schoenberg volley tennis balls, music theory, and musings 

on the meaning of art on a Beverly Hills tennis court and over dinner and drinks

in a series of entertaining and provocative conversations that may never have taken place. 12ness over

But, they should have.

This play takes place largely in the last months of 1936 and early 1937. George Gershwin would die on July 11, 1937 from an undiagnosed brain tumor. He was 38 years old.

Arnold Schoenberg was famous for his serial compositional technique, the twelve tone row. He would live, teaching and composing, until 1951.

Produced and Directed by Ara Barlieb and Pamela Wallace  2020

Featuring Dan Ferry as George Gershwin, David Oswald as Arnold Schoenberg, Trish Cipoletti as Ginger Rogers, Syd Stauffer as Gertrud Schoenberg

Music by Charlie Barnett

(Running Time: 1 hour 30 minutes)

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