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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Special Offer: Spa/Theatre package!

The How and the Why of Pampering 
Enjoy a full, fun day out with your friends with a Spa/Theatre package! 
When you purchase as a package, receive a discount on both your Sunday matinee ticket to The How and the Whyat Dreamcatcher and a spa service at Woodhouse Day Spa.
  • Buy a ticket for any 2 pm Sunday matinee of The How and the Why: select 9/25, 10/2, or 10/9 then select "Woodhouse Spa" as your ticket level.
  • Call Woodhouse Day Spa to schedule your appointment for your spa service, either on the same day as the show, or any Monday - Thursday. Show your receipt for the Spa/Theatre package.
  • Incredible value at $120 for the complete package!
  • Spa services available include:
Swedish Massage - 50 minutes
This classic stress-relieving massage utilizes long, flowing strokes to reduce tension, increase circulation and induce relaxation.  An introductory massage that's great for unwinding!
Timeless Anti-Aging Facial - 50 minutes
Dare to defy time!  Ideal for dehydrated, dry or mature skin, this facial delivers visible results with cutting edge ingredients and microcurrent technology.  Fight the signs of visible aging and reduce those well-earned fine lines and wrinkles.  You will leave refreshed, and glowing...Timeless.

420 Springfield Avenue * Summit, NJ * 908-608-1120
Our First Mainstage Production for the 2016-2017 season starts September 22. Tickets available now. 
September 22 - October 9, 2016
Evolution and emotion collide in Sarah Treem's thought-provoking and sharp play about science, family, and survival of the fittest. On the eve of a prestigious conference, an up-and-coming evolutionary biologist wrestles for the truth with an established leader in the field. This intimate and keenly perceptive play explores the difficult choices faced by women of every generation.
"Sarah Treem's play brims with ideas and emotional colors that eddy and refract like rivulets in a lively, plunging stream." -Washington Post.
" exhilarating, intellectual evening out." -Star-Ledger. 
"A moving portrait of a woman meeting with equanimity an unexpected, often painful series of questions about the choices she made in the past." -NY Times. 
"Two absorbing hours with two finely formed, interesting, smart, and captivating women...a very rare achievement indeed for women in and at the theatre." -Feminist Spectator.
Buy Your Tickets Now Online.  
Brown Paper Tickets

You can also call Brown Paper Tickets at 800-838-3006
Use Code TREEM to receive a $3 discount. (Advance purchase only.)
Harriett Trangucci and Jessica O'Hara-Baker are the cast of The How and the Why
Actor Training Classes. Interested? Attend the 
Free Preview Class for Scene Study with Alex Mann 
SCENE STUDY for Adults & Teens

Level 1- Wednesdays, Oct. 19 - Nov. 23, 2016
7:00 - 10:00 pm (six weeks) 
Level 1 is for those who have little or no formal acting training.
LOCATION: Oakes Center, 120 Morris Avenue, Summit, NJ
Course fee: $315 for six classes 
Level 2- Thursdays, October 20 - December 1, 2016 (six weeks - no class on Thanksgiving)
7:00 pm to 10:00 pm 
Level 2 is for those who have substantial acting training.
LOCATION: MONDO, 426 Springfield Avenue, Summit, NJ, lower level 
Course fee: $315 for six classes
Limited space available. Don't wait! 
Free Introductory Workshop: 
Wednesday,  Oct.  5, 2016
7:00 - 10:00 pm at Oakes Center
Registration Required or 908-514-9654
This workshop is an opportunity to get to know Alex and his approach to the craft of acting and training actors, as well as to begin the hands-on process of working on your prepared material. After an introductory conversation, you are invited to get up and perform monologues, scenes or audition sides that you've selected and rehearsed for the workshop. Alex will then work with students on their pieces, directing them on the spot and seeking input from the rest of the group.
Instructor * Scene Study  
After earning a BA degree in Theatre from the University of New Hampshire and studying Shakespeare in Performance at Cambridge University in England, Alex Craig Mann studied professionally with Milton Katselas at the Beverly Hills Playhouse.

Since, he has enjoyed an extensive career as a stage, television, and film actor before turning his passion towards directing. Some of his film acting credits include: a starring role opposite Ron Silver in Henry Jagloms's Festival In Cannes, Terry Gilliams's Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas, and Frank Oz's Bowfinger. On TV he appeared in several popular shows including Friends, Seinfeld, Party of Five, King of Queens, and Las Vegas.

Directorially, he began his career winning the Ticket Holder Award for Best Director for his production of Eric Bogosian's Suburbia. He followed that with critical and box office successes of John Patrick Shanley's Savage In Limbo and Neil Labute's Autobahn. Subsequently, he proudly mounted the World Premier of Bruce J. Robinson's Another Vermeer, nominated for numerous LA Stage awards. Most recently, he directed Doug Haverty's award winning play Could I Have This Dance and Rob Rinow's Detention of the Dead.

Mr. Mann has taught acting at the world renowned Beverly Hills Playhouse and recently wrote and directed his first feature film, Detention of the Dead. He is currently developing two television series. One is the TV version of his first feature, Detention of the Dead, and the second, Herc, is a fantasy drama based on a modern day Hercules.
There is still time to get your Season Pass 

Season Passes available now for the upcoming 2016-2017 Dreamcatcher Repertory Season.
Visit our website for more.

     Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre
Oakes Center  *  120 Morris Avenue  *  Summit, NJ 07901

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