Living Room One-Acts

March 15-17 at 7:30 pm

They’re back, but this time we put a shout out for new work and boy oh boy did the playwrights delilver. Join us March 15-17 at 7:30 pm for a cozy and fun night in a house near you!

This season’s one-acts are Bumbling Around the Psychiatric Couch by Graham Ojala-Barbour and Return of the Grievous Angel by Steve and Erica Woods.

And our venues:

March 15: 4308 Glen Eagle Dr.

March 16:  800 North Valleyview Dr.

March 17: 2417 Beachview Dr.

Being Here

May 8-12 at 8 pm

@ The Industry at 23 S 8th Street, located in the back of the Tiger Hotel. (Access in alley off Cherry St.)

 

Tickets: http://greenhousetp.org/tickets/

Inspired by Sophocles’ Antigone, this new tragicomedy by Elizabeth Braaten Palmieri and devised by the GTP company brings us into the world of Anni, a thirty-something struggling with depression and a long buried memory. With the help of DJ Psykhe, we embark on a journey into Anni’s world as she seeks the answers to her past… and there will be dancing!

Featuring: Jenny Hipscher, Ian Matthew Sobule, Elizabeth Braaten Palmieri and Anna Neal as DJ Psykhe.

Special thanks go to our sponsors: Mpix, City of Columbia- Office of Cultural Affairs, Tiger Hotel, NH Scheppers Distributing – Columbia-Jefferson City, MO, Top Ten Wines and Maude Vintage Clothing & Costumes.

 

Hedda Gabler

September 6-8 at 7:30 and September 8 at 2:30pm (4 performances only!)

@ The Missouri Theatre, 203 S 9th St. Columbia, MO (Please enter through stage door via alley off of 9th Street)

Tix on sale August 12th! Buy here.

Hedda Gabler is freshly married to George Tesman. They have just returned from a perfect honeymoon, they have secured the most desirable home in town, and a family is on the near horizon. For Hedda, there’s just one problem: She’s miserable.

Please join us for GTP’s most ambitious project yet- the Ibsen classic, Hedda Gabler. In true GTP style, we’ve given the script a tweaking and some punch. We’ve also invited guest director- Matt Trucano to lead the way in this tension-building piece and for the first time in COMO, GTP is performing in a real theatre!!! But of course we’ll have our non-traditional GTP spin on it. Join us!

Acting Company: Elizabeth Braaten Palmieri, Jackson Harned, Monica Palmer, Catherine Scarboro, Ian Matthew Sobule, Jason Stanley and guest artist Julia Valen.

This project is presented with gracious support by our sponsors: Restoration Eye Care (Dr. Timothy McGarity), MPIX, Shelter Insurance, NH Scheppers Distributing, Top Ten Wines and The Columbia Office of Cultural Affairs!