Brieanna Ramthun recently her BA in theatre arts design & technology at UNLV. Some local SM credits include: The Women at the College of Southern Nevada; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at Super Summer Theatre; and Bomb-itty of Errors at NCT. Brie’s previous SM credits with APF: Other Desert […]
About Ann Marie Pereth
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Entries by Ann Marie Pereth
By Amy Herzog Directed byAnn-Marie Pereth KNPR – A Public Fit Stages First Public Reading
The BUZZZ After each staged reading and production, A Public Fit hosts The BUZZZ – a discussion of the play, its themes, imagery, history and impact. The BUZZZ offers an insightful dialogue between the audience and the artists involved and is integral to A Public Fit’s dedication to creating opportunities for audience participation and interaction.
Jamie Carvelli-Pikrone made her APF onstage debut in When the Rain Stops Falling in 2016. She has also been featured in productions with Cockroach Theatre Company: Detective Morris in The Nether, Jenny/Lisa Simpson in Mr. Burns, Estelle in No Exit and Lulu in The Birthday Party. Other favorite roles include Marjorie in Extremities, Dottie […]
“I always hope to walk away from any theatrical experience with an unfamiliar perspective, finding a new foundation from which to propel myself forward. I want the sort of theatre that gives me the fire to seek my own artistic and creative narrative, theatre that keeps us all moving through our own human experience and […]
“Through theater, I seek to meet characters I could never hope to meet; hear stories I could never hope to hear; live lives I could otherwise never hope to live.” – Kirk Stowers
“A Public Fit – the name intrigues. Do we throw a hissy-fit for the public? Do we fit the public zeitgeist? Do we attempt to make the public fit, agree, or sympathize with us? I don’t know. But I like Jean Anouilh’s observation that ‘the object of art is to give life a shape.’ And […]