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PHOTOS: Bruka’s Biggest Little Theatre Festival


bruka-biggest-little-festival-18Original fringe theater fueled by local talent took place for the fifth time last weekend. Brüka Theatre’s Biggest Little Theatre Festival featured five original plays and a poetry/slam event.

Performances included

  • “Poets of the Caribbean: Etched in Bone”, hosted by Jesse James Ziegler
  • “Dynamic”, written and directed by Dana Miller
  • “Someone Know Better”, written and directed by Everett Ray George
  • “No News”, written by Stacey Spain and directed by Amanda Alvey
  • “Street People”, directed by Stacey Spain
  • “Up on Deercreek”, written and directed by Stacey Spain

While I missed seeing “Up On Deercreek,” I can confirm the rest were very deep and emotional performances. The local theater talent is first-rate and the theater community has been very supportive. This festival is proof that the theater community is growing in talent and in opportunity.

This was the second Biggest Little Theatre Festival that I have personally seen and I walked away very impressed and excited for the next one.

Check out the photos and the video of the writers taking about what they created:

Dana Nollsch
Dana Nollschhttp://www.photozen.us
Dana Nollsch is a lifelong Reno area resident. He is a photographer, artist, journalist, and spiritual leader. His work has been seen in many local publications and many national publications as well, award winning for his photojournalism. Dana has a unique eye that shows in his photography and a unique voice that is evident in his writing. His involvement in the local theater and arts community gives him an informed and honest perspective. Owner and operator of PhotoZen he offers his skills and insight to many industries.




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