Outburst VII – Sometimes the Answer is No

May 15, 2019 at 7:30 pm – 

The Usual Place | 100 S. Maryland Pkwy., Las Vegas, NV 89101

The purest, most ancient form of theatre began with storytelling. A Public Fit Theatre Company assembles a collection of unique storytellers from across the Las Vegas Valley to entertain, inform, and spark the imagination. Celebrate the human experience with an evening of true stories told by the people that lived them. Is this theatre, or something even closer to the heart?


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May 15th, 2019 @ 07:30pm to 09:30pm

Outburst VII – Sometimes the Answer is No

$10.00

Outburst VI – Adventures in Dating

February 27, 2019 at 7:30 pm – 

The Usual Place | 100 S. Maryland Pkwy., Las Vegas, NV 89101

The purest, most ancient form of theatre began with storytelling. A Public Fit Theatre Company assembles a collection of unique storytellers from across the Las Vegas Valley to entertain, inform, and spark the imagination. Celebrate the human experience with an evening of true stories told by the people that lived them. Is this theatre, or something even closer to the heart?


To purchase a ticket, click the show title next to the date time you wish to attend below.

On the next screen, select the ticket type and quantity from the drop-down menu and click reserve. Verify your selections in the shopping cart then click Proceed to Checkout. Once your checkout is complete, you will receive your ticket by email.

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Date Event Price
February 27th, 2019 @ 07:30pm to 09:30pm

Outburst VI – Adventures in Dating

$10.00

Outburst V – Lemons to Lemonade

November 3, 2018 at 7:30 pm – Join us for The Hullabaloo at 6:30pm! We will be serving hors d’oeuvres  and wine! 

PublicUs | 1126 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101

We all know sometimes things don’t work out as planned. For instance, the renovation of your theater space takes twice as long you hoped! But things work out in the end. Our fall Outburst delves into those instances in which our storytellers were able to turn lemons into lemonade. 

The purest, most ancient form of theatre began with storytelling. A Public Fit Theatre Company assembles a collection of unique storytellers from across the Las Vegas Valley to entertain, inform, and spark the imagination. Celebrate the human experience with an evening of true stories told by the people that lived them. Is this theatre, or something even closer to the heart?


To purchase a ticket, click the show title next to the date time you wish to attend below.

On the next screen, select the ticket type and quantity from the drop-down menu and click reserve. Verify your selections in the shopping cart then click Proceed to Checkout. Once your checkout is complete, you will receive your ticket by email.

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Our Speakers!

Andrea Goeglein

Andrea Goeglein, PhD, formally known as Andrea Mary Donatella Terzano, is an enthusiastic Nevadan.  Nevada has been her home for 26 of the last 38 years.  Andrea’s day-job is as a Success Catalyst where she gets to work with people who want to develop their next set of goals driven by their values and powered by love.  She is the author and curator of the Don’t Die series of inspirational books.  The lemonade she will share tonight is from her latest book, Don’t Die Waiting to be Brave.

Tonight, Andrea shares a story you won’t read in the Catholic bulletin, but one she hopes will help you use the lemons of your life to find your voice, use your voice respectfully, and never resist but always persist.

Jason Nious

Jason Nious is an actor, circus performer, teaching artist and founding director of Molodi, an experiment in body percussion.  Born into the military lifestyle, he’s been traveling his entire life.   His curiosity of culture is the driving force behind every project he creates.  Big thanks to the Outburst…this is his first foray into public storytelling!

Jason’s story describes his experiences as a performer on the Las Vegas Strip and the day that job changed his life.

Daniel Kucan

Daniel Kucan has worked in the theater for 40 years, mostly in New York and Los Angeles. He is the associate artistic director of A Public Fit, and is the Artist in Residence for Shakespeare Santa Monica in Los Angeles.

Daniel Kucan tells about how a rough turn of events lead him to his best day ever.

Jasmine Kojouri

Jasmine is a teacher by day and an artist by late afternoon. She is currently in rehearsals for Incognito with A Public Fit and performs regularly with ComedySportz Las Vegas, Vegas Theatre Hub House Improv Team “Uncle Crimson”, One Take Musical Improv, and can often be found in a Funkyard jam at ReBAR.

Jasmine will tell her story on teaching, learning, dolphins, and changing the world.

Daz Waller

Daz Weller is an Australian Director and Actor and has lived in Las Vegas since 2010 where he is the Artistic Director of Cockroach Theatre Company. He has worked extensively in the theatre in Australia and Las Vegas and was last seen at APF as Pato Dooley in The Beauty Queen of Leeanne.  When he’s not making theatre, Daz loves to turn off his phone and go camping with his family, where he has perfected the art of baking sourdough bread in hot coals.

From a young age Daz knew he wanted to be a parent, but for a closeted, gay kid in growing up in semi-rural Australia the possibility of this ever happening seemed slim if not impossible.

 

Slapdashery – A Night of Improv

What happens when you blend together the drama of classical theatre and the unexpectedness of improv? You get The SlapDashery.  Join APF and The High School Jesters for an evening of experimental entertainment that is truly unlike anything you have ever seen.  Trust us, it is unlike anything we have ever seen! And we love it!


For our Slapdashery performance during Incognito, December 3rd, we ask that you pay at the door.

For our Slapdashery performances during Small Mouth Sounds and The Elephant Man, please order below.

 

To purchase a ticket, click the show title next to the date time you wish to attend below.

On the next screen, select the ticket quantity from the drop-down menu and click reserve. Verify your selections in the shopping cart then click Proceed to Checkout. Once your checkout is complete, you will receive your ticket by email.

Order your tickets below:

Date Event Price
February 20th, 2019 @ 07:30pm to 09:30pm

Slapdashery – A Night of Improv

$10.00
May 8th, 2019 @ 07:30pm to 09:30pm

Slapdashery – A Night of Improv

$10.00

The Playwright’s Tirade

The Playwright’s Fit is a playwriting workshop designed to create a safe environment for writers to explore and develop new works.  Whether you are a seasoned writer looking to polish a nearly completed script or a new writer looking to develop a brilliant idea, TPF sets the stage with a friendly and constructive atmosphere.  Once a month, TPF will bring professional actors together with writers to hear scripts read aloud with bold, naturalistic choices.  Following each reading a moderated discussion will ensue in which the playwright’s concerns and questions regarding that section of the script will be addressed.  The ultimate goal is to encourage writers to continue writing and to clear a path to having more original works produced. 

The evening is free and will be open to anyone who wishes to attend; writers, directors, actors, producers, or theater enthusiasts. 

TPF will meet on the second Sunday of each month it is performed at 7:00 pm.
(Please note that our first workshop with be on a Wednesday at 6pm!)

We will meet at the Usual Place located at 100 S, Maryland Parkway. (Just off Fremont st.) 

 

Up to a maximum of 6 scripts will be read each night. 

Each reading will consist of 10-15 pages of either a full script or sections of a scene. Length will be determined by the number of participants and volume of dialogue. 

Writers interested in participating, must submit material to Mark Gorman at mgorman@apublicfit.org, 

Material must be submitted no later than Thursday night prior to the readings. 

Scripts are chosen on a first come first serve basis. 

Re-writes are strongly encouraged and may be submitted multiple times. Re-writes are still subject to the guidelines above.