Don't miss '21A'

One-man show held over Jan 25 through 27
Jan 20, 2013
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The Haywood Arts Regional Theater’s winter Studio Season opened with a bang to sell-out houses for the Kevin King one-man show “21A,” which will be held over through Jan. 27.  The show, which features actor Tim Stoeckel, is set on the 21A bus which travels between Minneapolis and St. Paul. Stoeckel plays all of the passangers, and the plot centers around what occurs in a 15-minute time space as experienced by each individual.

The play inspires comparisons to the famous Japanese film “Roshamon,” which focuses on three people who have witnessed a crime. Each tells their story but each experienced a different event. The comedy contains some scattered adult language, so is not appropriate for small children.

Seating is general admission, but reservations are recommended because shows do sell out. The Feichter Studio is part of the Performing Arts Center’s back stage and seats just 70 people and is only three rows deep. The intimate setting has made the space a favorite for area theater goers. To make reservations, patrons only need to call the box office at 456-6322 and leave a message on the theater's answering machine. Tickets are also available online at

“21A” will play at HART Theater, 250 Pigeon St. in Waynesville, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 25 and 26,  and at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27. Patrons should call the theatre should weather become questionable at any time during the winter season. Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for students to all Studio plays. A Studio season pass is also available, which offers a 40-percent discount off of regular ticket prices.