Philip White and Jill A. Hargrave participated in Readers Theatre’s “A Night To Remember.” The program now is called the Apron Series
So you’ve never been enticed by the bright lights of Broadway but you’d like to try your hand in local theater if it didn’t involve such a big commitment? Well, has Vero Beach Theatre Guild got just the thing for you!
Formerly known as the Readers Theatre, the new Apron Series has four “front of the grand drape” readings scheduled. (The grand drape is the curtain typically opened and closed during performances to reveal or conceal the stage and scenery from the audience.)
Jon Putzke, president of the board of directors, and a frequent director of Vero Beach Theatre Guild shows, considers the series “a great way to get your feet wet."
He recognizes it can be intimidating at first because there aren't a lot of rehearsals, "but having the script in hand helps build the confidence...