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Ellen presents Zoomopolis
April 30 @ 7:00pm
One event on May 1, 2021 at 7:00pm
One event on May 2, 2021 at 3:00pm
Ellen sponsors digital disaster of comic proportions
Looking for a good laugh? The Ellen Theatre has announced an original computer comedy – Zoomopolis. The e-production will be available to stream April 30th through May 2nd. Show time is 7pm on Friday and Saturday, followed by a 3pm matinee on Sunday.
Due to these “unprecedented times,” Belinda works from home, on Zoom, every day. To conquer her Zoomitis, she starts a support group, for anybody suffering from extreme screen fatigue. One slight bump in the road to recovery – it all takes place on Zoom.
Click in and check out the quirky collection of unique characters who arrive for the first get together. Host and moderator Belinda, played by Lizzy Bennett, welcomes a who’s who of fellow comic actors including John Hosking, Rhonda Smith, Kent Davis, Mark Kuntz, Colton Swibold, Cate Ludin, Becca Stevens, and Neil Gregersen. The meeting is online, but the agenda is off the wall. Your screen has never seen such Zoom lunacy.
Zoomopolis, written by John Ludin, is captured live on Zoom and streams April 30th–May 2nd. Tickets are only $15 (no matter how many are in your watch party). There is also a $25 ‘Support the Artists’ option with all additional proceeds going to the actors.
For more info or to secure a ticket and viewing link, visit www.TheEllenTheatre.org or call the box office at (406) 585-5885. •