Donuts and fables

The doughnut is out of the box! (Again!) Arnie goes to New York!!! Remember just last spring, when Frances and George wrote a delicious little musical called Arnie the Doughnut? Well, Arnie has received a big honor. It is one the musicals selected for the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF). So Arnie is packing […]

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The further adventures of The 13 Clocks puppet-stars

Since the closing of The 13 Clocks in 2011, puppet-stars Zorn and Saralinda (designed by Chelsea Warren) have been resting quietly in velvety-royal fleece bags in a cozily padded shoebox in Lifeline storage. But St. John’s Episcol Church was casting for their Epiphany Pageant (interweaving the traditional story of the birth of Jesus, the three […]

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Welcome to our new interns!

Lifeline welcomes two new interns… Georgia Knapp, who will be with us through June. Georgia was born in England, grew up in Guantanamo Cuba, then lived in Germany for a couple years (where she learned the language) before her family settled in St. Simon’s Island, Georgia. She notes that she was named Georgia long before […]

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Autumn goings-on

THE NEW YORK FREAKIN’ TIMES calls The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs! “One of the best children’s shows of the year. Case closed.” Yowza! This adaptation by ensemble member Robert Kauzlaric (from the book by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith) first played at Lifeline in 2007 and has since had productions all over […]

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Summer at Lifeline Theatre! (No longer the slow season of our year.)

CHECK OUT OUR NEW PROGRAMMING! The Lifeline Storytelling Project has begun! I’m a huge geek for the personal storytelling form and I’m a 17-year veteran of the solo-performance/storytelling scene. I am super-excited for this opportunity to encourage a new generation to explore this form. Fifteen Lifeline-affiliated artists are currently participating in solo writing/performing workshops with […]

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