Thank you to everyone who attended our SOLD OUT run of The Curious Savage! The production was a huge success!!!
Production Photos are now here! Visit the Past Productions page to see a slideshow.
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The Curious Savage, "is a comedic play about Ethel P. Savage, an elderly woman whose husband recently died and left her approximately ten million dollars. Contrasting the kindness and loyalty of psychiatric patients with the avarice and vanity of "respectable" public figures, it calls into question conventional definitions of sanity while lampooning celebrity culture."
February 2017 Chincoteague Cultural Alliance Community Center for the Arts (CCA CCA)
Featuring the talents of: Ethel P. Savage- Elizabeth Dook Fairy May- Maria Burns Jeffrey- Justin Aruck Hannibal- Cliff Murden Florence- Rebecca Radcliffe Mrs. Paddy- Dottie Troxler Miss Wilhemenia- Kelsey Malone Dr. Emmett- Jim Nickol Titus Savage- Bill Troxler Samuel Savage- Thom Nolan Lilly Belle Savage- Cindy Faith-Oehm
Director: Lexi Hubb Stage Managers: Kathy Hubb and Ruthie Hubb Props Coordinator: Cyndy Bunte Tech Board Operator: Christopher Jestin
Thank you to our sponsors of THE CURIOUS SAVAGE Please make sure to patronize them as a Thank You for supporting community art on Chincoteague: Sustainable Building Partners LLC Alex & Kathy Hubb Hubbmuscle Personal Training and Nutrition Center Island Butterfly Jewelry and Gifts Four Seasons Florist Hampton Inn & Suites Poseidon's Pantry Harbour Rentals Dockside Properties Maddie Giardina- Madgi Art & Photography Chincoteague Community Tennis Association Long & Foster Realty Chincoteague Resort Vacations
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The first ever CITC Summer Theatre Camp was a huge success!
We had 10 students, ages 10-15 years old, participate in our theatre camp in August: -5 students were from Chincoteague -2 from Accomack County -2 from Maryland -1 from New Jersey
We did ensemble-building activities, improvisational games, character exploration exercises, rehearsed an original play, discussed classic (Thornton Wilder's Our Town) and contemporary theatre (Hamilton: An American Musical). We also learned about the importance of lighting and sound design in a theatrical production.
On the final day of camp, we presented our play for our family, friends, and the Chincoteague community.
Two students (Kelsey Malone and Shania Vellum-Phillips) were sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Chincoteague. Kwali Wilson was sponsored by small business owner Andrea Canfield.
Summer Theatre Camp will be back in 2017! If you are interested in sponsoring a student or enrolling your child or a child you know in our camp, visit our Theatre Camp Page.
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