of the greatest theatrical endeavors have been created for a small stage.
makes them perfect for production at the Liberty Free Theatre, which
seats no more than a few dozen audience members.
our stage area is also small, our productions are filled with all the drama
seen in theatres a hundred times larger.
we recently staged "Off the Wall," a melange of pieces both large
and small compiled by Paul Austin, our tiny stage almost overflowed with
more than a half-dozen performers.
this case, they were all members of the Free Theatre Workshop Group, our own
array of local actors studying to perfect their craft.
Productions To Date:
Breakfast by Rilla Askew
Rosemary with Ginger by Edward Allan Baker
Vivien by Percy Granger
The Man Who Turned Into a Dog by Osvaldo Rios
Winged Man by Jose Rivera
Dolores by Edward Allan Baker
Goods and Guns by Cynthia O. Toliver
The Death of Bessie Smith by Edward Albee
The Person I Once Was by Cindy Lou Johnson
The Bear by Anton Chekov
A Fit End by Paul Austin
Artificial Light by Paul Austin
Strange Business by Rilla Askew
Betrayed by Everyone by Kenneth Lonergan
Face Divided by Edward Allan Baker
Audience by Vaclav Havel
Dreaming Angel by Paul Austin
Off the Wall, a company collaboration
Ecuador by Paul Austin
By the Time We Got to Woodstock by Rilla Askew
The Universal Wolf by Joan Schenkar
Lonely Planet by Steven Dietz
Why We Have a Body by Claire Chafee
The Dumbwaiter by Harold Pinter
A Room of One's Own
An Unexpected Dialogue by Paul Austin
Not Much to Say by Paul Austin
Mr. Schimbler and the Polltaker by Paul Austin
Final Placement by Ara Watson
5 Concerts for Peace
Young Players Concert
American poets’ humor
Young Peoples’ Concerts: showcasing musicians under 21
The Welcome Series: debut readings of unpublished young writers
New Play Series: submissions of one-act plays accepted
Acting: scene study classes conducted by Paul Austin, usually held once weekly in 8- or 10-week sessions.
Individual study sessions in playwriting and/or directing conducted
by Paul Austin, times arranged.
The Liberty Free Theatre invites inquiries about all our programs.
Just call, write or email.