“Thanks to everyone who came out for
The Gest of Robin Hood!
Thanks also to our incredible cast and to the
Illusion Theater for providing us with such an unbelievable opportunity!


Fresh Ink ended on a high note !

Last weekend, a thrilling new work-in-progress leapt from the page to the stage!
Inspired by 15th and 16th century English and Scottish ballads about
Robin Hood and his merry men, this play-with-music told a visceral,
poetic tale of adventure. This play will continue to be developed and
plans are to launch Trademark, a new theater company with its fully
realized production, next spring at the Ritz.
Featuring the talents of Kristian Anderson, Davis Brinker, Henry Constable,
Garry Geiken, H. Adam Harris, Meghan Kreidler, Riley McNutt, Adelin Phelps,
Jim Ramlet, Andy Schnabel and Max Wojtanowicz. Written by Tyler Mills
with music by David Darrow, and created and directed by Tyler Michaels. 



Photo credit: Emily Michaels King

Revolving Stage gratitude

Everyone LOVED Revolving Stage, which had its Fresh Ink debut as a
work-in-progress July 14–July 17. Audiences were moved by the story of
Phil Kilbourne, who began working on it before he passed away in 2014, 
and re-worked by his wife Marysue Moses. Garry Geiken as Phil with
Laura Esping and Jim Lichtscheidl were awesome, thanks to thoughtful
direction by Joel Sass. There were tears, lots of laughs, and just plain joy!
Infused with incisive wit and imagination, Revolving Stage is an inventive
tragical-comical chronicle of life, love, loss, theatre and cancer. 
Watch for more information about its future development!

Marysue Moses and Garry Geiken, who played the role of Phil Kilbourne


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