Thursday, April 7, 2011

Bil - Thank You, Audience!

"The Grisly/Glorious Adventure of Christopher Robin, Winnie-the-Pooh, and Billy Moon" wraps up this weekend - Sunday is the final performance.

I would like to take this time to once again state how much I personally love the show. It's sweet and moving and funny and heartbreaking and it's about as much fun as a person can have watching grown-ups play with dolls.

 As a company member, I have to remark how unusual this show is in terms of audience reaction.  There's been much more of it than ever before -- or, at least, more that we're aware of out there on the internets & social medias*.  Big thank-you to everyone who has not only come to see the show, but who told some friends about it!  You're the best.

We love our audiences.  They give us the warm fuzzies.

Speaking of warm fuzzies, we finally got our Foursquare venue verified (took forever), so that means now we can offer awesome stuff to Foursquare users!  Check it out and check in, kids.  (Secret menu item: check in this weekend and get your ticket at the door for only $15!  You are now inside the circle of trust...)

Also, if you haven't seen it, here's a little something to make you laugh before the show: Psychological disorders personified by Winnie-the-Pooh characters.

In truth, we really are super, super appreciative of everybody who comes to see our plays, and our audiences for this particular play have made it very special for a lot of people.  We hope you'll come again and again!


This had to be one of the happiest surprises in my theater going life. It sounds so hack kneed but I laughed and I cried and I was totally charmed by this production. The cast was amazing. The writing soared and was true to the spirit of the original source. I am coming back and dragging as many friends as I can. great work.

Excellent show last night... even better than a pot of honey! This was our second production we've attended at DTC - we also saw "Devilish Children" late in 2010. Looking very forward to the next one! Congrats on such a great way to spend a Saturday night.

I love theater that does more than just wash over me like a sitcom, I like being taken into a world that reminds how beautiful and fragile the world can be. There's a gem of play at Dream Theater right now, go see it!

What a beautifully written and performed show. I may just have to catch ANOTHER show before there are no shows left to catch! Ya'll best be attendin'.

Originality and creativity meet at the crossroads of masterful writing and performance!! The Dream Theater is the theater of your dreams! Performance after performance, production after production, season after season... Dream Theater is consistently brilliant!!

The show was awesome in so many ways. I know people always say, "I laughed and I cried." But I really, really did. It brought back so many memories for me. I am a huge fan of Pooh and all of those other characters from the hundred acre woods :) My daughter loved the play and the food too. lol

This is seriously dramatic and heartfelt story that didn't hold back and neither did the actors...especially the real Christopher Robin! I will definitely be bringing others to check it out.

5.0 stars Written on Apr 05 2011
Yet another outstanding production from Dream Theatre. Catch this one before it closes, it is excellent.

Made it this far?  Great.  Please be aware, "Ismene" is just around the corner.  You can get in on the action early here, and take special note of these dates:
  • May 11th opening special is $8.00 for first 20 people, password is: fight
  • May 12th is our Theater Thursday benefit for Y-ME 
  • May 13th opening special is $10.00 for first 15 people, password is: fight

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