After receiving instructions from our original charity (Granja Caracol) to suspend our donation to them, as they do not currently have a project. Santiago Stage’s Wildest Dreams committee agreed to donate the $300000 profits from the play to a local NGO. “Vision for Chile” and their “House of Hope” is an NGO that is dedicated
Santiago Stage wishes to thank all of you who came to see Wildest Dreams and all of you who helped to make Wildest Dreams possible. The company will be presenting Chp$300000 to our Charity Fundacion Granja Educativa Terapeutica Caracol in the next week. We hope you will come and see our plays in the future,
Tickets available at the door $6000 (students $3000) Facultad De Medicina Universidad Del Desarrollo, Avenida Las Condes 12438, Las Condes Parking available Tickets available at the door $6000 Our chosen causes to receive our help are: Fundacion Granja Educativa Terapuetica Caracol http://granjaeducativa.wix.com/caracol#! & the Municipal College of Tiltil
Please note… Due to reasons beyond our control there will be no performance of Wildest Dreams on Wednesday May 7th. Performances will be on 6th, 8th, 9th and 10th as normal. Thank you for your patronage.
Currently Santiago Stage do not have a production in process. We are evaluating several plays for production and hope to be able to produce a play for October 2014. If you would like information about the company please contact us through our contact form on the web site. Santiago Stage Chile’s English Theatre Company
Wildest dreams marked the debut of Alan Ayckbourn with the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Barbican Theatre in London in 1993. The play is a slice of modern society in A Big Bang!
Wildest Dreams by Alan Ayckbourn. Opens 8pm on May 6th, with additional performances on 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th of May. At the Aula Magna, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Del Desarrollo, Avenida Las Condes 12438. Bookings and further information can be obtained by email through our contact form. We look forward to entertaining you.
Santiago Stage proudly announces the donation of our treasury reserve of one million pesos. Linda Peek one of our former presidents and Leslie Hemery treasurer, together with older members of Santiago Stage chose the Municipal School of Rungue, in the comuna of Tiltil to receive our one million peso reserve. The funds which the old
Santiago Stage will present Alan Ayckbourn’s “Wildest Dreams” in May 2014. Venue and dates will be published in January. The play is about a group of four misfits who play a Dungeons & Dragons type game in a typical suburban living room. Hazel is a frustrated and repressed housewife. Her meek sex starved husband Stanley
Dear Santiago Stage members and fans… Although it has previously not been customary for us to publicly publish accounts. In the interests of you our members and fans I have brought this new policy into play for the past year and will continue with this policy for future years. Each January 1st we will now