Announcing the Cast of She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms!

For the Whim is excited to announce our next production — a unique theatre experience perfect for the pandemic audience: She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms by Qui Nguyen. This talented cast will prepare this all-digital production for you to download this August 14-20. Show dates have been changed to August 21-27. Connect with us on social … Read moreAnnouncing the Cast of She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms!

Congratulations to the Cast of The Tempest!

For the Whim welcomes several returning performers as well as many new members! We are excited for this production with performances coming April 16-19 at Appel Farm. Ticketing info coming soon. Prospera – Jennifer Moore* Miranda – Raye Kessler* Ariel – Ellorah Mead*, Jessica Fields*, Mikaela Simon* Caliban – Ryan Crabtree Ferdinand – Brian Danner* Alonso … Read moreCongratulations to the Cast of The Tempest!

Twelfth Night

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]CAST In order of appearance Orsino: Ryan Dailey Curio, and others: Bradley Marcus Viola: Katie Hughes Captain/Fabiana: Rachael Smith Maria: Julie DiDomenico Olivia: Maura Jarve Sir Toby Belch: John Krug Sir Andrew Aguecheek: Andrew Fralinger Valentine, and others: Chris Anderson Fool: Ryan Crabtree Malvolio: Melissa Kiessling Antonio: Dominic Ciarrocchi Sebastian: Rebekah Masters [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column][vc_custom_heading text=”Images from the … Read moreTwelfth Night

All in the Timing

Laughs! Romance! Wordplay! For its first staged show, For the Whim Productions (FTW) presents David Ives’ hilarious and offbeat collection of comedic one acts, All in the Timing. Performances will be April 25-28 at Appel Farm Arts & Music Center in Elmer, NJ. Tickets available here: http://www.forthewhimtickets.com All in the Timing is a collection of one-act comedies by American … Read moreAll in the Timing

The Expectation of Community Theatres to Produce Professional Work

Back in the day, as we say, theatre was produced in New York, tested in out of town tryouts, then taken to a theatre along the great white way for hopefully a long popular run.  Later, if lucky, there might be a tour of a show to limited big cities. This limited reach of live … Read moreThe Expectation of Community Theatres to Produce Professional Work