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Azuay Community Theater "Clever Little Lies" tickets

Bob Fry and Deana Culp are back with A.C.T. Naked Readers Theater, joined by newcomers to A.C.T. Rachel De Salvo and Matthew Hart, in “Clever Little Lies” written by Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, directed by Deana Culp.  (What is A.C.T. Naked?  see below*)

Show dates:  Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 15/16 at 4 PM in the A.C.T. Theater on Av. Ordonez Lasso, next to Hotel Oro Verde.

$10 advance purchase in cash or Paypal.

Cash ticket sales begin November 27 at the following:

Tuesdays at Veggie Bar Trivia from 5:30-8 PM

Wednesdays at A.C.T. Theater from 2-3 PM

Thursdays at Sunrise Café from 10 AM – noon

Mon-Fri every day at IdiomArt from 10 AM – 3 PM

You can purchase tickets through PAYPAL family and friends at

Questions about tickets, please contact Marilyn Apple through email at that same address or at 099 138 9130.
Clever Little Lies:  A mother always knows when something is wrong.  Alice notices her husband, Bill, returned home on edge after a tennis match with their son Billy. She springs into action.  Determined to piece together the puzzle she invites her son and daughter-in-law, Jane, over for drinks and dessert.  Chaos ensues as Alice digs for the truth, resulting in more honesty than anyone expected.  Shattering and hilarious, Clever Little Lies is a dramedy (drama/comedy) about long term love and marriage….for better….for worse.  The New York Times says “good old-fashioned comfort food for theatergoers that offers a blend of comedy and sentiment, with maybe just a hint of sting.”       ***strong language.
*A.C.T. Naked, presents plays as Reader’s Theater.  Reader's (or Minimalist) Theater is a style in which actors do not memorize their lines, but read them using vocal and facial expression to tell the story with minimal sets, costumes and movement (thus act on a naked stage).

Why Reader’s Theater?  
The time dedicated to rehearsals and memorizing lines is reduced, so more performances can be produced and more actors can enjoy the craft.  Since Bob Fry and Deana Culp introduced A.C.T. Naked Readers Theater to Cuenca in 2016 with Act 2 of Neil Simon’s "Plaza Suite", more than 40 actors have performed with A.C.T., many more than if we had been exclusively presenting memorized productions with elaborate sets.

 A.C.T. will continue to regularly produce staged, memorized plays, but with Readers Theater we offer an opportunity for those who want to share their talents on stage but have concerns about memorizing all those lines. If this sounds like you, A.C.T. Naked could be your niche.

Thanks to all of you who continue to support our efforts. See you December 15 or 16.

Ray Lewis