Dramatized Livestream Reading of The Butcher Brothers’ “The Hamiltons”!

The Hamiltons—Your new neighbors might just be your last.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! The Rage of the Stage Players, Pittsburgh’s only dark alternative theatre company, are beginning our 20th anniversary with a FREE dramatized livestream reading of our official stage adaptation of the Lionsgate horror film, The Hamiltons, by The Butcher Brothers!

In 2006, the award-winning independent horror piece, The Hamiltons, was released as part of the very first “After Dark Horrorfest”, also known as “8 Films to Die For”. Four years later, in 2010, Rage was in the fortunate position of adapting and producing this story of four quirky orphaned siblings, concealing a terrible shared secret, for the stage, which premiered on October 21, 2011.

Now, in 2021, to open The Rage of the Stage Players 20th year, we bring to you a FREE dramatized livestream reading of the script, presented by a cast of amazing actors. Just follow the link on Sunday, January 31, to enjoy our presentation of this very unique thriller!

The Rage of the Stage Players

Present

A FREE Dramatized Livestream Reading of The Hamiltons

The Official Stage Play by James Michael Shoberg

Based on the Lionsgate Film

Written and Directed by The Butcher Brothers

Sunday, January 31, 2021

7:30 PM Eastern Time

ROTS.LIVE/THEHAMILTONS

(Link will not be active until the day and time of the performance.)

MATURE CONTENT.

Special Introduction by The Butcher Brothers, Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores

Starring: Joseph Bricker, Alyssa Kostick, Ryan Ott, Andrew Long, Carrie L. Shoberg, Paige Moody, Kassie McConnell, Dave Joseph, Mark McConnell Jr., Peter Anthony Vetrini, Bill Herring, Amanda Anne Leight, and Jim Steinhoff

Narrated by Diane Withum Masters

Technical Direction by Joseph Stammerjohn

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