Southgate House Revival is slated to show performances of Swan Lake that is being produced by Fort Thomas' own Caroline Stine and InBocca Performance.
Stine said the show will be performing at Southgate House Revival from Thursday to Sunday.
Said said InBocca Performance has created a wild theatrical re-interpretation of Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake, through the use of original writing, dance, and music. It's a wild, bizarre, untamed production.
Tickets cost $12 and can be purchased at Southgate House Revival events page, or tickets can be purchased at the door.
InBocca Performance began as the Cliffview Players in 1997 in Stine’s basement on Cliffview Avenue. It then moved to her terraced backyard in 1999, and became a main stage company in 2008.
Notable past performances for the Ft. Thomas Community Theatre at Highlands High School were Peter Pan in 2008 and Into the Woods in 2010.
Caroline began working with young actors to devise theatrical pieces in the summer of 2011 at The Village Players in Ft. Thomas.
In 2012, they created The Maid of Orleans, and in 2013, they created Romeo y Margarita.