Friday, January 4, 2008

New Play From "Hecate Hill" Writer-Director Bill Fountain

In the latter part of 2006, I attended here in Dallas an intriguing, atmospheric and well-acted theater production on Bigfoot titled Hecate Hill (for details, click here).

The play was the brainchild of local man, Bill Fountain, who has a new venture that hits the stage next month.

Here (below) is Bill's publicity flier on the play. If you're in the area, give Bill some support and go along. He's a cool guy with some great stories and interesting ideas.

I should stress that his new project is not cryptozoology-driven, but if you caught Hecate Hill and enjoyed it, then this is sure to be one for you too.



I just wanted to let you know about my new play "In Defense of Better Days." It's a world premiere and I am extremely proud of it. If you know of any outlets/friends to get the word out about this play, please forward it on! Info below! We would love to have a great audience!!! I attached the logo, just in case. Thanks! I hope you can make it out to see this one.....

"In Defense of Better Days" is a new three act play written and directed by Bill Fountain.

WORLD PREMIERE! February 8th, 2008 at ICT Theatre on the Edge! Performance dates: February 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, and 24th, 200. Friday and Saturday Evening Shows start at 8pm and Sunday Matinees at 2pm. In a Black Box Setting at the ICT Studio, 2333 W. Rochelle, Irving , 75062. Reservations Call 972.594.6104. Tickets are eight dollars.

The cast includes: Alice Montgomery Hauge, Ken Long, Zac Ramsey, Tricia Ponsford, Meagan Wade, Dan Johnston, David Johnson, and Devonric Johnson.

About the play: “We found out that an asteroid would hit the Earth in seven years. It took less than six months for all of civilization to fall into total chaos. Now here we are, seven years later and one week until doomsday. Sally and Randal Dandrew have survived in their small country home in the crazy hope that their children would make it back to be reunited with them, one last time. Then the front door opens and the play begins.”

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