The ETCetera Stage (formerly known as the “South Stage”) gives the Elite Theatre Company the flexibility to present “irregular” content without displacing productions from the Main Stage. From monthly “Open Mic” nights, special shows like the “Mexican Schools” spoken-word event and the Shakespeare Summer Camp performance , to regularly scheduled fully mounted productions, the ETCEtera Stage is a more intimate setting of just 45-seats with a “black box” environment.
On Sunday evenings in 2020, the ETCetera Stage will be the home of the Elite’s Theatre Conservatory.
For 2020, two productions are currently slated for the ETCetera Stage. In May, ANDRONICUS by William Shakespeare and adapted and directed by Bill Walthall, will storm the stage. Then in September, Lee Blessing’s Eleemosynary will be directed by Aileen-Marie Scott.
ANDRONICUS by William Shakespeare
Adapted and directed by Bill Walthall
May 22 – June 14, 2020
Eleemosynary by Lee Blessing
Directed by Aileen-Marie Scott
September 25 – October 18, 2020
Last summer, the Elite hosted a table-read of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus, adapted by Bill Walthall, and presented as an (almost-)ALL-female show. After this successful table-read, we will now attempt to mount a full production. The…
ETCetera Stage – God’s Country by Steven Dietz Because of low turnout at auditions (due to a combination of coronavirus concerns and male-heavy cast needs), the Elite Theatre Company is cancelling the run of God’s…
This charming play by prolific playwright/storyteller Stephen Dietz, explores the connection between our older and younger selves and life’s missed opportunities. It blends wit, humor and heartache as an American tourist and Irish tour guide look back at their first meeting 35 years ago.