Theatre Conspiracy is celebrating its 20th anniversary season by discounting subscriptions of season tickets. Beginning with the a world premiere production from its Annual New Play Contest and finishing with a Florida premiere, this year’s line-up is full of award-winning plays never before seen in the area.
"Each year we try to provide audiences a unique theatrical experience," says Producing Artistic Director Bill Taylor. "None of these shows have been done in the area before. It is a very exciting year for us in many ways. We are also bringing in some professional actors from outside the area. Kim Crow, who was seen in Wit at Florida Repertory Theatre will be performing in Becky Shaw. Also we are negotiating with gentleman who originated one of the roles in Beauty Queen of Leenane and you can't beat our price for season subscriptions this year!"
To celebrate its 20th anniversary season, Theatre Conspiracy is discounting its regular season subscription price by more than 20%. You can get five shows for $72 or four shows for $60. Individual tickets are $20 each. Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturdays at 8 p.m. with one Sunday 2 p.m. matinee for each show. Tickets can be purchased by calling Theatre Conspiracy’s box office at 239-936-3239 or by visiting www.theatreconspiracy.org..
This season, Theatre Conspiracy will proudly continue its mission to produce and promote the work of the next generation of talented American playwrights. The theatre is a very difficult business for anyone involved, but even more so for playwrights. The opportunities that were once present for having new works produced have, over time, continually declined. By producing new works, Theatre Conspiracy is not only providing a venue that will bring them to life, but, helps create a more promising future for theatre in America by providing a more nurturing environment for the greatest asset theatre can have: great playwrights.
Theatre Conspiracy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Florida corporation headed by Producing Artistic Director Bill Taylor. Funding is derived from ticket sales, advertising sales and donations. During its 19 years it has been described as "innovative, exciting, daring," and "a treasured member of the area's theatrical community." It performs in the Foulds Theater at the Lee County Alliance for the Arts.