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Welcome to our Digital Program!!


By request of the venue, there is no audience splash zone for blood.
If you would like to get "bloodied up", we will be happy to meet you outside the venue after the show and give you the full Kandarian Demon experience!!!

Any video and/or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.

Meet the Cast!

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Another Benefit to a digital program is that we can update it with pictures from the performances!
Did YOU get some great pictures?  If you wouldn't mind sharing them so they can be posted here, please email them to:

Opening Night

Saturday 10/21/23

Tuesday 10/24/2023

A note from the producer on closing night...

Since tonight is closing night of the first musical ever produced by Under Siege Enterprises, I wanted to share a few words with everyone. The people involved with this show have put their hearts, souls, sweat, tears, and yes - officially blood (both real and fake) into this show - and bringing yet another one of my dreams to fruition. Even if I do 3,000 more productions, I will NEVER forget this one. Not just because half of the cast got injured during the run, not just because of all the red tape we had to go through to pull it off, not just because we had a nationally renowned playwright record a voiceover for the show (for those that saw the show, the airport announcer was George Reinblatt - the playwright - who recorded the part specifically for us)...but because of the camaraderie within the cast, the unbelievable amount of talent, the dedication (especially when it meant an hour drive in each direction to get to rehearsals), because of the amazing production team that was pushed beyond the breaking point, because of all the learning and experience that was gained (like how to finally admit that I need help to do things) - but mostly because with everything else I listed above, we succeeded in delivering one of the shows I said I would produce when I first started this company - and the team executed it better than I ever could have imagined.

Just over a month ago, I was called out by a very important person in my life, that my "life theme song" isn't very appropriate for where I am at in life now. When I first started in theatre at the college, I used a song in my first sound design that I got specific praise from the college level adjudicator for selecting. I've tried to force it into multiple shows since, and ended up cutting it back out. I think the experiences I'm taking away from this production is a sign that instead of forcing that song into sound designs - it's time to switch my life's theme song from "Long Haired Country Boy" (talking about 'If you don't like the way I'm living, just leave this long haired country boy alone...') to one that FAR more accurately sums up where my life has been for the last 3 years, and where my life is heading. I dedicate my new "life theme song" to every single person who has been a part of this most amazing journey - and everyone who is going to be a part of it in the future...

...I wouldn't have nothing, if I didn't have you...


Charles "Chuck" Niski

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