Hundred Days is an uncensored, exhilarating, and heartrending true story about embracing uncertainty, taking a leap, and loving as if you only had 100 days to live. Death will ultimately separate each of us from the ones we love most so how do we make the most of the time that we have and not be paralyzed by fear? With magnetic chemistry and anthemic folk-punk music, creators Abigail and Shaun Bengson have created a truly unforgettable musical theatre experience.
Direction by Kyle Los
Music Direction by Alex Hamel
Open Auditions: Saturday, August 20 from Noon-3pm; Sunday, August 21 from 7-9pm. If these dates/times do not work for your schedule, please contact us at email@example.com
Location: 2nd floor of the Spectrum Theater at 160 Fountain NE.
Performance Dates: October 6-9, 13-15
Kyle Los (he/him) is the Executive and Artistic Director of Actors’ Theatre. His directing credits include Eurydice (Assistant Director) with Grand Rapids Community College, Sweat (Co-Director) and August: Osage County (Assistant Director) with Actors' Theatre, and The Motherfucker with a Hat (Assistant Director) with Mixed Roots Collective. He is serving as Assistant Director with Actors' Theatre's upcoming production of Petty Crimes with director Fred Sebulske. As an actor Kyle has been in numerous shows at Actors’ Theatre (At the Table, Disgraced, Other Desert Cities, Dogfight, Venus in Fur, Ne
Alex Hamel (he/him) is very excited to be collaborating again with Actors' Theatre! Previous productions include American Idiot, Heathers, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, The Burnt Part Boys, and Reefer Madness. Other recent credits: Hair (Music Director - Circle Theatre), Million Dollar Quartet (Carl Perkins - Millbrook Playhouse; Fluke – Mason Street Warehouse), Once (Emcee, Asst MD – Mason Street Warehouse; Asst MD – Grand Rapids Civic Theatre), One Night with Fanny Brice (MD - Jewish Theatre Grand Rapids), and Passing Strange (Asst MD - Actors' Theatre). He also co-composed the original incidental music to Actors' production of RUST.
A multi-instrumentalist based out of Grand Rapids, Alex works primarily in theatre—usually playing the role of drummer; he has found recent focus in the world of Actor-Musicianship (where the cast performs all of the musical accompaniment in addition to stage work.) He has a degree in music from GVSU, and over the years has studied classical percussion and jazz drum set, as well as piano, guitar, music composition, middle eastern percussion and Balinese gamelan. Alex toured the nation several times with Grand Rapids-based performance art troupe Super Happy Funtime, serves on the faculty at GVSU as a dance accompanist, and operates a recording studio business.