Thoughts on the Theatre

Gilda in a whole new wardrobe!

So typical! Literally on the heels of yesterday\’s post about the new direction of Gilda Prsesents! since Grey Forge LeFey\’s move to southern California, the artist announces the sudden departure of Gilda herself. According to director Grey: \”I guess it was inevitable. The legendary Gilda is an East Coast lady, and although the intent was …

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Gilda Shedstecker is Twisted & Shouting!

Oh, yes, it\’s been a while coming, and here it is. It\’s like Comedy Central when some of our Gilda Shedstecker Presents! players in solo action steal the spotlight. Happy New Year, our first production of 2016 is a party for our audience, our friends! When I directed Tammy Zinkhon Hyde in the one-woman show …

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Blanche, more people have kissed you than have kissed the Pope\’s ring.

When I was a little tyke, my older sister and my cousins used to occasionally dress me as a girl. My mom thought it was cute. Somewhere there is a black and white photo of me about age 3 in an Easter ensemble complete with hat, gloves, and purse, smiling for the camera. Let me …

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It takes a family

This past weekend we opened The Lightbearer by Shane Riggs, and it\’s been an exceptional experience. It\’s a perfect example of why Gilda Shedstecker Presents! is more than just doing theatre for us. This cast has had a wonderful rapport, expanding our family with a friend we\’ve been courting for our stage, performed an amazingly …

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And now a word about directions

It gives me great pleasure to share some insight for the future of Gilda Shedstecker Presents! As founder and Artistic Director of this company, my focus will continue to be on presenting the irreverent comedies that I love. There are plans in the works for productions of Golden Girls on stage, a Gilda version of …

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