Stumptown Players stages the world premiere of “No Time for Love,” a modern-day comedy by Montana playwright Kathy Witkowsky, at 8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, Nov. 6-15 in the KM Theatre in the historic KM Building in Kalispell.
Directed by Linda Grinde, the cast includes Renee Conn, Leah Lindsay, Teauna Brosseau, Lydia Lukenbill, Jim Mohn and Robby Cale.
“No Time For Love,” described as “a witty, fast-paced social satire exploring how technology has affected relationships,” is Witkowsky’s first play.
“It’s a comedy that explores the challenges of creating authentic relationships while embracing the times in which we live,” says the playwright. “Think cell phones, Internet dating and sperm donors, with a satirical twist.”
The award-winning Missoula-based freelance journalist, filmmaker and writer has produced and reported dozens of stories for National Public Radio and been published widely in numerous regional and national magazines. Two of her documentary films have aired on public television stations across the country; a third was selected to screen at the 2013 Northwest Filmmakers Festival in Portland.
Alicia Blake, a founding member and board president of the theatre company, says the group is “excited to be bringing this hilarious original production to Flathead Valley audiences.”
Stumptown Players has entertained sold-out audiences at the O’Shaughnessy Center during the last five summers, and at the KM Theatre in Kalispell.
Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at www.stumptownplayers.org or by calling 406-871-6447.