ALBANY COUNTY THEATRE » LPCC Wed, 18 Dec 2013 20:23:25 +0000 en hourly 1 Dracula /journal/past-performances/dracula/ /journal/past-performances/dracula/#comments Wed, 03 Oct 2012 00:14:21 +0000 /?p=302 October 25, 26 & 27 @ 7:30 pm

Albany County Theatre presents Dracula

adapted by Steven Dietz from Bram Stoker’s classic novel. Directed by K. Harrison Sweeney.

Showing at 7:30 pm, October 25, 26 and 27 in the Gryphon Theatre at the Laramie Plains Civic Center.


Thursday 10/25 Opening Night Special—All Seats $5
Friday 10/26 Adults: $10; Students, Seniors, Active Military & Zombies: $7
Price includes free admission to the Micros and Movies midnight showing of Shaun of the Dead

Saturday 10/27 Adults: $10; Students, Seniors, Active Military & Zombies: $7

Tickets available at the Gryphon Theatre box office, at the door or online at

Albany County Theatre presents

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An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein /journal/past-performances/an-adult-evening-of-shel-silverstein/ /journal/past-performances/an-adult-evening-of-shel-silverstein/#comments Fri, 01 Jun 2012 18:51:49 +0000 /?p=265 June 14th, 15th & 16th @ 7:30pm

The Albany County Theatre is excited to invite you to its next production:  “An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein”.

Explore the darkly comic world of Shel Silverstein, a world where nothing is as it seems and where the most innocent conversation can turn menacing in an instant. The ten imaginative plays in this collection range widely in content, but the style is unmistakable.  The master wordsmith turns his focus from children to more mature audiences.  From a woman who is slowly transforming into a bag lady to a pair of rhyming prostitutes, Silverstein’s dialogue is creative, surprising and at some points almost unnerving.

From A CurtainUp Review by Elyse Sommer “…Since Silverstein was first and most famously a cartoonist, perhaps the best way to categorize all of this is as a medley of dramatized cartoons.  Comedy skits, playlets, one-acters, cartoons — call them what you will, most are intent on tickling the funny bone though, as with any cartoon, there are subtexts to be extracted from at least a few.  If some are more dry chuckles than belly laughs, well that’s typical of most such collections.”

It may not be fun for the whole family, but it will certainly be fun…

Albany County Theatre presents
An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein

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Auditions: An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstien /journal/auditions/auditions-an-adult-evening-of-shel-silverstien/ /journal/auditions/auditions-an-adult-evening-of-shel-silverstien/#comments Fri, 16 Mar 2012 13:24:50 +0000 /?p=194

Monday, 3/26 from 5-8PM
Tuesday, 3/27 from 5-8PM
Wednesday, 3/28 from 4-7PM

Monday, 4/2 from 3-7PM
Tuesday, 4/3 from 4-7PM
Wednesday, 4/4 from 5-8PM



All Auditions will be held in the Gryphon Theatre at the Laramie Plains Civic Center, 710 E. Garfield, Laramie.  Special Audition arrangements can be made.

The production will open June 21st and run through the 23rd, with possible tour dates in July. Rehearsals will begin April 9th. The rehearsal process will be a relaxed one spanning over approximately 11 weeks.  There are several roles available for women and men. Auditions will consist primarily of cold readings from the script. Prepared auditions are not required, but are welcomed.

Stage Manager and several other Technical Positions are also available.

Those auditioning should bring their schedule and a list of conflict dates (from 4/9 through 7/25). For more information and/or Special Audition Arrangements please email, please include “ACT Auditions” in the subject line. People are encouraged to attend more than one Audition.

For a synopsis of the play go to:

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Christmas Thieves: A Small Town Radio Play /journal/past-performances/christmas-thieves-a-small-town-radio-play/ /journal/past-performances/christmas-thieves-a-small-town-radio-play/#comments Sun, 11 Dec 2011 14:27:29 +0000 /?p=146 Christmas Thieves: A Small Town Radio Play
by Greg Oliver Bodine
Directed By Bliss Ragsdale

Featuring Jay Shogren and The Flyggapojkernas Family Fun Time Polka Band

December 8th, 9th & 10th at 7:30pm In the Laramie Plains Civic Center Theatre

It’s Christmas Eve in America’s heartland, and radio host Bjorn Gundlarrsen is preparing for the telethon performance that will keep his tiny polka station afloat. Unfortunately, the prize troupe of British actors he’s hired has all fallen ill due to a dastardly combination of indigestible foreign meats.

With time running out, will Bjorn be able to replace them in time and save the show? After all, it’s not like Christmas is known for miracles…

Albany County Theatre presents
Christmas Thieves

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Barrymore’s Ghost /journal/past-performances/barrymores-ghost/ /journal/past-performances/barrymores-ghost/#comments Sun, 06 Nov 2011 21:40:51 +0000 /?p=40 by Jason Miller

November 3rd, 4th & 5th at 7:30pm

You’ll laugh, and you’ll cry as you are masterfully guided through triumphs and heartaches of legendary John Barrymore who is synonymous with American theatre and film, and of course, Hamlet.

When “Barrymore’s Ghost” landed in Jud Harmon’s hands shortly before he shipped out for deployment to Iraq it became the rock that got him through tough times. Having researched John Barrymore years earlier for the role in “I Hate Hamlet” it didn’t take long at all for him to identify with the ”Hollyweird” legend.

“Barrymore’s Ghost” is the bittersweet tale of John Barrymore, a larger than life actor, but also a flawed human. Not only was he the first box office star, but he was also the first nationally known movie star. And it is widely recognized that he was the first of his kind to grapple with national fame, and all its trappings.

John Barrymore is haunting the local stage as penance for squandering his talent. Once he realizes there is an audience in the darkened house he begins the tale that explores his own life. He candidly talks about his marriages (or bus accidents as he calls them), his relationships with his famous siblings Ethel and Lionel Barrymore, and his penchant for being prickly to directors, co-stars and even loyal fans. He talks about his most famous accomplishment of playing Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” and his list of early American Films both silent and “talkie”.

John Barrymore was well known for his drinking, womanizing and outlandish behavior in and out of the spotlight. He describes his “castle” and his opulent lifestyle without apology but certainly with a self-reflective question as to why. The questions he has about the way he lived are ones we all have at some time in our life and thus the character is endearing.

Jud masterfully guides the audience through each new topic. He is consistently engaging and entertaining, and uses his considerable skill to draw the audience into John Barrymore’s world.

In addition to having a scheduled performance, Jud held acting workshops at local high schools, and he was recently encouraged to hold an encore performance locally. In February, Jud traveled to The Rocky Mountain Theatre Association’s annual festival, where he performed and held a workshop for students, instructors and community theatre group leaders around the Rocky Mountain States.

Even if you don’t know who John Barrymore was you’ll find yourself being captivated by his story. The script is witty, sardonic and beautiful in its language and the performance is riveting. Don’t miss this opportunity to bring an American Theatre icon to your stage!


Albany County Theatre presents
Barrymore’s Ghost

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Edward Mast’s Jungalbook /journal/past-performances/edward-masts-jungalbook/ /journal/past-performances/edward-masts-jungalbook/#comments Fri, 19 Aug 2011 20:35:39 +0000 /?p=35 by Edward Mast

2011 August 18th & 19th 7:00pm 20th 2pm

Set deep in a jungle of India, Jungalbook tells the classic story of Mowgli, the human child who is raised by wolves. He is befriended by Baloo the bear and kept under the watchful eye of Bagheera, the lone panther. We follow Mowgli as he learns that he is not actually a wolf but instead a human who must defend himself against Sherakhan, the fearsome tiger who killed his parents. When Mowgli finally meets Sherakhan face-to-face he uses rope stolen from a nearby village to defend himself which is against jungle law. He is forced to choose between defying jungle law and facing the consequences, or leaving the jungle forever.

As Edward Mast’s first play for young audiences, this adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Books, embodies the spirits of loyalty, adventure, and betrayal found in the original stories. Jungalbook won a Distinguished Play Award from the American Alliance for Theatre and Education in 1991.

“This project is supported in part by a grant from the Wyoming Arts Council, through funding from the Wyoming State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts”

Albany County Theatre
Christmas Thieves

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Almost Maine /journal/past-performances/almost-maine/ /journal/past-performances/almost-maine/#comments Sun, 10 Apr 2011 20:21:27 +0000 /?p=28 by John Carianni

2011 March 31st – April 9th 7:30pm

On a cold, clear, moonless night in the middle of winter, all is not quite what it seems in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine. As the northern lights hover in the star-filled sky above, Almost’s residents find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and often hilarious ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. But the bruises heal, and the hearts mend—almost—in this delightful midwinter night’s dream.

Almost Maine-poster1 Almost Maine-poster2 Almost Maine-poster3 Rick Howard, left, and Darin Hill rehearse a scene for the Albany County Theatre production of "Almost Maine."
Albany County Theatrepresents

Almost Maine

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Rick Howard, left, and Darin Hill rehearse a scene for the Albany County Theatre production of "Almost Maine."

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