It's Him Material: A G Richard Ames Retro-Spectacle at LNT

Show Overview

It's Him Material: A G Richard Ames Retro-Spectacle

Live Streamed from our stage
Friday April 23, 7pm Eastern.

 

Actor and Writer G Richard "Rick" Ames returns to the Lost Nation Theater stage - on his birthday!

You've enjoyed his performances with LNT since 2004 from comedies, to dramas, musicals, and as fav Emcee for many special events!
Rick won the 2019 Broadway World Regional Theatre Award for Best Actor for his work in LNT's Complete History of Comedy- Abridged.

For this special performance, Rick will treat you to a collection of his stories, poems, and songs - and shirts!
Lots of Shirts!
If you know Rick, you know he's as famous for his wardrobe as his great performance skills.


Learn more about Rick, his penchant for puns, his time creating rhymes, as we celebrate his 51st trip around the sun!


Join us for this fun show, on Rick's Birthday - Friday April 23!

You must register in advance to get the Link to the online reading.

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Scoop Info

After idly writing songs, poems, monologues and short plays for 30 years, Rick finally decided to mount the better of the bunch at Burlington’s Off Center for the Dramatic Arts in the late winter of 2016. He called his show “Out of My Head: An Eclectic Collection Mined from the Mind of G. Richard Ames.” He reprised the collection at QuarryWorks in August 2017, and in 2018 presented there his sequel, “Into My Head: A Unique Excavation of the Freak Imagination of G. Richard Ames.”

In February 2019, he performed a “greatest hits” compilation in the “One and Only” festival at Grange Hall Cultural Center in Waterbury, entitled, “Word G.Ames: The Tenacity, Veracity, Ferocity, Luminosity, Verbosity and Virtuosity (with a paucity of atrocity, morosity, monstrosity and viscosity) of G. Richard Ames.” Most recently, he co-starred with Erin McIntyre in two one-act plays based on his experiences, The Remaining Hostage and Take Your Hate Out of Our State!, in the presentation, “Sent Him Mental: The Humanity and Insanity of G. Richard Ames.”

Amid all this creating and displaying of his own material, he has found the time to appear in other folks’ stunning works at Lost Nation Theater, QuarryWorks and Lyric Theatre.