Jan 092013
Ray Converse

The Little Theatre of the Green Goose

Ladies and Gentlemen!

Ambassador Theater proudly presents a newly formed Little Theatre of the Green Goose. Conceived by fairly known and very outspoken Polish playwright and a tremendous joker, Konstanty Ildefons Galczynski. Consulted and translated by famous Professor Daniel Gerould, whose spirit is always with us–thank you Daniel for giving us this fantastic opportunity to start this hilarious theater company.

Fiona Finch aka Sara Barker
Boris, the 8-fingered Butcher aka Ray Converse
Cardinal  Reesha Lou aka Danielle Davy
Dovey Featherbreath aka Paula Rich
Lightheaded Tigress aka Karin Rosnizeck
Quizzical Quail aka Mary Suib
Fowl Humerus aka Rob Weinzimer
Knight N. Gale aka Ivan Zizek
Under the Directional instruction of Green Goose aka Hanna Bondarewska and with special Lighting effects byRufus Hummingword aka Stephen Shetler

With a lively music by breathtaking and unforgettable  Păsărica aka Craig Packard
Our adventure begins now and we will wait for our public to come to see this group of extremely talented actors perform The Little Theatre of the Green Goose at Flashpoint, 916 G Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
January 31 and February 1, 2013 at 8 pm
Do not forget to pay for your ticket and support this hilariously funny, someone might say, in “Monty Python’s style” troupe of performers! Rent is expensive and …..
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  3 Responses to “The Little Theatre of the Green Goose – Discovery of a nonsensical theater–Play Reading begins”

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  1. Hanna,

    It was another thoroughly fun evening reading the Little Theatre of the Green Goose. As with Conspiracy of Feelings, the play we read a week earlier, it was nonsensical but in a totally different way. I tried to imagine how an audience would react after a whole evening of these. Is it a Polish play or a universal play? Would the audience find an underlying theme about the absurdity of modern life? Or is there a deeper message that will require more study to find? I try to imagine how the Marx brothers would do it. As with all their efforts for the play to succeed it seems that the tempo must be kept up to a brisk march.

    My two personal favorites though it is hard to pick were Hamlet and Adam & Eve.


  2. To answer all of your questions I leave to you, actors and audience’s imagination, the discovery process just begun!

  3. Today we began to dig into many of the scenes and get a first impression of Hanna’s vision for the production. Once again for Hanna, choreography is a big part of that vision so we’re dancing as well as acting. I can’t wait to see the audience reaction to this. Either the audience will laugh or send all of the actors to the looney bin.

    I am thrilled to be working with such a talented cast as we venture into an unexplored realm of theatre.

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