LAMB'S presents

a WRITE OUT LOUD production of

 

RIPPLES FROM WALDEN POND

AN EVENING WITH HENRY DAVID THOREAU

 

by Richard Platt

featuring Steve Smith as Thoreau

 

2 Nights Only 

Sunday July 23 & Monday July 24

7:30pm

 

Lamb's Players Theatre

1144 Orange Ave, Coronado

 

Celebrating Thoreau's 200th Birthday!


In 1845 Henry David Thoreau moved into a cabin he built in the woods at Walden Pond.  When he left two years later he had produced one of America's true literary masterworks - WALDEN - a book that remains remarkably relevant for today.  RIPPLES FROM WALDEN POND is a joyful, 200th birthday celebration of the life and legacy of one of the great men in the history of American letters.

  

Ripples From Walden Pond is a fully-staged one-man play, featuring Steve Smith as Henry David Thoreau.

 

Tickets range $24 to $48, depending on the seating section of the theatre.

 

There is a $5 Discount for Seniors (66+) and Veterans.

LAMB'S Season Members & Write Out Loud Season Ticket Holders get a $10 Discount

Active Duty Military & Youth (ages 6 - 17) are Half Price

Young Adults (ages 18 - 34) join LAMB'S "Under 35 Club" for Half Price Tickets

Steve Smith
Steve Smith is an actor, director, and teaching artist. After graduating with a BA in Theatre from the Florida State University in 2009, Steve spent a year teaching, directing, and developing programs for students and young audiences as Education Director for his hometown Lakeland Community Theatre. As an actor, Steve most enjoys working on brand new plays in festivals, workshop productions, and world premieres. He is also partial to playing Shakespearean roles that require some sword fighting. As a director, he’s worked with Scripps Ranch Theatre’s Out on a Limb Festival, Cygnet Theatre’s Outreach program Cygnet Serves, and the Theatre School at North Coast Repertory Theatre.


Richard Platt
Playwright
Essayist, novelist, and playwright, Richard Platt is the author of As One Devil to Another, A Fiendish Correspondence in the Tradition of C. S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters, acclaimed by the world’s foremost Lewis scholar as “a stunning achievement which reads as if C. S. Lewis himself had written it,” and which has been adapted for the stage. He is currently at work on a new play, For Art’s Sake, pitting Oscar Wilde against G. K. Chesterton in a battle of wits over the purpose of art, the moral responsibility of the artist, and the ultimate wellspring of all artistic creation. Richard believes that it is the mission of the arts to engage, entertain, edify, uplift, and ennoble; to enrich our minds with a vision of positive transformation in ourselves and in our world, and to place in our hearts the will to effect that change. See more at www.RichardPlattAuthor.com


Henry David Thoreau seat map

Prime ASec ASec B
7:30pm$48$38$24

For readability, seat numbers are shown for every other seat

Seniors (66 and over) $5 Off

Youth (5 thru 17) & Active Military (with ID) - Half Price

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Lamb's Box Office (619) 437-6000
Phone Hours:
Tue - Sat, Noon to 7pm / Sun, Noon to 2
The Horton Grand Box Office opens at 5pm Wed - Sat, opens Sun at 2pm

Discounts:
Under 30? Find out about half-price tickets!
Seniors (65+) and Groups of 10+ – $5 off
For group discounts for more than 10 people please contact Susan Andrews (619) 437-6050 x126