"Being in a MCT presentation was one of the coolest things I've done. Not only did I have a lot of fun but the audience had a great time also as I listened to dialogue through an earbud and tried to figure out who my character was.
Meanwhile expert and beguiling actress Rachael Wismont gave a scintillating performance opposite me and kept me pleasantly guessing. Great and memorable fun was had by all."
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Our shows all use three volunteers; one for each one-act play presented. Often the plays are linked into a single story, but other one-acts represent stand-alone stories.
MCT's Brad Rondeau opposite audience volunteer, Amy Nelepka
An audience volunteer is wired up and takes a seat on stage. The set is simple; a dinner table set atop risers and lit by stage lights.
Enter the professional actor. He or she knows their lines, but the volunteer knows nothing of the script. The director, hidden away in a sound-proof booth, reads the first line of the play. In an earbud, the volunteer hears it. She repeats the line; she repeats the director's inflection.
"The performers kept the audience roaring with laughter. A show one must experience to truly appreciate."
- The Sun Times
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"A fun experience as a volunteer, not knowing what is going to happen next. Very easy to follow. Blew my socks off!"
–Robert Wagoner, Events Planner, Deadwood Mountain Grand Casino
Audience members will tell you that the most fun stems from watching folks they know up on center stage. These eager hams get to "Act with the Stars".
Guided by the director, they charge full steam ahead. And sure enough—after rounding perhaps one more unexpected bend in the road—they arrive in one piece at the story's dramatic conclusion