Thursday, February 10, 2011

Sir Victoria and the Quest for Knighthood Production Set

Stage & Steel Productions

Community Theatre with an edge


February 9, 2011

Micheal Kiser, Director/Founding Member
412. 480. 4758



Stage & Steel Productions announces its first production of the 2011 season, "Sir Victoria: And the Quest for Knighthood".  This is the second season for the Carnegie Based Community Theatre Troupe. The show focuses on Princess Victoria, who wishes to prove that she is more than just a damsel in distress. Defying her father's wishes, she enters the Great Knighting Tournament disguised as Victor, a stable hand. The princess must compete against her best friend Conor and a brother/sister fighting duo to earn the title of Knight. Victoria/Victor must face challenges that will test her skills, not only as a knight, but as a princess as well. Together, the four would-be knights must prove themselves worthy all the while thwart the evil plans of Lord Tromain.

The show will be performed at St. Peter and St. Paul's Hall, located next to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church at 220 Mansfield Blvd Carnegie, PA.

The show is set to run May 20th -22nd and 27th-29th. All shows start at 8pm. Tickets are $12 for general admission and $10 for students and seniors. Tickets may be purchased on the website at

Stage & Steel Productions is a community theatre troupe based in Carnegie. Through the use of stage combat, theatre, and technology, this group of actors, artists, and writers create an interactive performance to entertain their audience. The company was founded by family members Micheal R. Kiser and his brother Sam Kiser with his wife Ruth Comley. Jen Gilbert also is a founding member. The company was formed in January of 2010 with their first season consisting of  "A Night of Knights" and "A Vampire in King Arthur's Court".  Their 2011 season opens with "Sir Victoria and the Quest for Knighthood" in May; "Knights of the Dinner Table" scheduled for September, and finishes with "A Medieval Christmas Carol" in December. More information can be found at

Auditions for "Sir Victoria" are set for Thursday March 17th 7:30pm- 10pm, Saturday March 19th 2pm-4pm, and Sunday March 20th 4pm to 6pm.

Please email to set up an appointment. Also check the audition section of our website for further information.

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