DINING ROOM by A.R. Gurney (click here for information & pics)
Directed by Janet Cragin
Show Dates (2013) - October 4, 5, 11, 12 at 8 PM, October 6 and 13 at 2 PM
**** COMING NEXT ***
A Christmas Carol adapted by Jerry Patch (tickets below)
Directed by Rob Hawkins
Show Dates (2013) - December 6, 7, 13, 14, 20 and 21 at 7:30 PM**, December 15, and 22 at 2 PM
** please note the earlier start time on Friday and Saturday nights
Tickets $12 - Children 12 and under only $6
This year we bring back the classic Dickens story – A Christmas Carol.
You’ll see all the usual characters: Ebenezer Scrooge - A mean-spirited, miserly old man; Bob Crachit - A kind, mild, and very poor man with a large family including his son Tiny Tim; and it wouldn’t be A Chrismas Carol without the ghosts of Jacob Marley (Scrooge’s equally greedy partner), Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Yet to Come!
So bring your family and friends to this Christmas Classic – God Bless Us, Everyone!
Produced through special arrangement with Broadway Play Publishing Inc.
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** December 6th and 15th are Sold Out **
SCROOGE - John McAuliffe:
David & Lili Vailllette - the father/daughter duo -- BOB CRATCHIT & BELLE
Another family duo - mother/daughter - Susan and Lane Torosian -- MRS. CRATCHIT & BELINDA CRATCHIT
Habeas Corpus by Alan Bennett
Directed by Bob Blake
Show Dates (2014) - March 28, 29 and April 4, 5 at 8 PM, March 30 and April 6 at 2 PM
A satirical merry-go-round, the Wicksteed home in Brighton's Hove is where we meet a family, it's friends and acquaintances intent upon satisfying the body, or corpus, before all else - this is the ruling passion of their lives.
The aging Dr. Arthur Wicksteed pursues his nubile patient, Felicity Rumpers. Wicksteed's wife Muriel lusts after the charming head of the BMA, Sir Percy Shorter. Wicksteed's spinster-sister Connie, ashamed of her flat-chestedness, has schemes of her own which lead to the arrival of a false-breast fitter from Leatherhead. Identities are mistaken, the wrong knockers admiringly fondled, and libidos burst out of enforced hibernation.
Alan Bennett's play, Habeas Corpus, is not the normal run-of-the-mill comedy. Plagued by vertically-challenged trousers, disappearing breasts, and pompous doctors, the production is a farce with intellectual undercurrents.
Presented by agreement with Samuel French Inc