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Patchwork Playhouse...
Special Thanks...
FEB 10-11-12 & 17-18-19
JUN 16-17-18 & 23-24-25
NOV 10-11-12 & 17-18-19
APR 14-15-16 & 21-22-23
Our Fabulous 2017 Season 64...
directed by Nancy Muller
directed by Eddie Cohee
directed by Steve Caporiccio
directed by Mike Polo
Next on our Main Stage...
"Uproarious Merriment" Now a Monthly Event...
"Patchwork Whoopee"

"Whoopee" means "to engage in uproarious merrymaking," and this monthly event definitely meets that criteria... Please join us as a writer, an actor, or a spectator!

Here's how it works:
Anyone can write and submit a 10 minute play,
Anyone can show up to act in a 10 minute play,
Anyone can show up just to watch the mayhem!

The titles of that evening's play submissions are placed in one jar, and the names of willing actors in another. Plays and actors are then selected at random to perform the piece. The writers are given a few moments to prep their team, and then... the play is performed. A total of ten plays will be performed and, with a 20 minute intermission, the match will last around two hours. That's the format: the fun is very real and the action is totally unpredicable!

The theme for Thursday, AUG 10 is...
"Never Work With Children or Animals"

This event is for adults age 18+ ONLY, as the content can be of an adult nature.
Thursday, August 10, 2017. Doors open at 6:30p. Match begins at 7:30p.
Cash bar is available. There is NO admission or submission fee. Donations happily accepted!
The idea and format for KCTG's Patchwork Whoopee is taken (with their kind permission) from Portland, Maine's The Crowbait Club. Their monthly "Theatre Deathmatch" event has proved wildly popular...and the movement is spreading!
Shop at Redner's, use your Redner's rewards card, save your Redner's receipts, send them to KCTG, and Redner's will donate 1% to KCTG! Thanks, Redner's! Click HERE for program details.
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SEP 15-16-17 & 22-23-24
directed by John & Nancy Muller
Kent County Theatre Guild presents the Musical
Music by ALAN MENKIN     Lyrics by GLENN SLATER
Additional Book Material by DOUGLAS CARTER BEANE


Fridays SEP 15 & 22 at 8:00p
Saturdays SEP 16 & 23 at 8:00p
Sunday SEP 17 & 24 at 2:00p
Patchwork Whoopee
Mark Your Calendars...
Patchwork Absurdity AUG 4-5-6...
KCTG presents An Evening of Scenes...
Directed by Bill Hartung & Nancy Muller

Friday AUG 4 at 8:00p
Saturday AUG 5 at 8:00p
Sunday AUG 6 at 2:00p

$10 General Admission (no discounts)
KCTG presents An Evening of Scenes...With a Twist!
Directed by Bill Hartung & Nancy Muller

Friday AUG 4 at 8:00p
Saturday AUG 5 at 8:00p
Sunday AUG 6 at 2:00p

$10 General Admission (no discounts)

featuring the talents of
Brad Collison  -  Kathleen Gustafson  -  Michael Gustafson
Anja Machado  -  Victoria Machado  -  Abbigayle Martinez
John Moller  -  Caroline Phillips  -  Josephine Welch
Rita Welch  -  Vivian Welch

Production Staff:
Director: Bill Harting
Consulting Director: Nancy Muller
Stage Manager: Virginia Hartung
Scenes from classical plays that are presented in an nontraditional way. Audiences will be taken through some of the most well-known scenes in theatrical history, including Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet, Abbott & Costello's Who's on First, and many others; however, each of these scenes will be modernized in the most absurd way. This will be an evening of oddity that you will not soon forget.