January 22 - February 7
Dramatic Comedy by Ivan Menchell Directed by Jada August

Three Jewish widows meet once a month for tea before going to visit their husband's graves. Ida is sweet tempered and ready to begin a new life, Lucille is a feisty embodiment of the girl who just wants to have fun, and Doris is priggish and judgmental, particularly when Sam the butcher enters the scene.

 






CAST
Ida......................Jo Ann Levine
Lucille.................Donna Bane
Doris...................Anne Bryant
Sam....................Russell Snow
Mildred...............Anne Boyd

PRODUCTION CREW
Director....................Jada August
Asst. Director.............Julie Owen
Stage Manager............Joyce Barnett
Stage Manager............Vivian Perkins
Light Design...............Katie Reed
Light & Sound Techs ....Alex and Lyn Ross

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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March 11th - 27th, 2016
Dramatic Comedy by Joan Vail Thorne Directed by Gregory R. Brown

 The play centers around Vada Love Powell, and indomitably opinionated bossy Southern lady and passionately possessive mother of Appleton who is, in his own words, "the center of Vada's   universe."  She has scared off every girl laying claim to Apple (a nickname  that nicely summarizes his status as the apple of her eye). It's obvious that his marriage to Mary Ann, who's Italian and from a working class family, is akin to an earthquake rocking her tight little world.  (Takes place in the '50's and '60's.)


"I  never interfere!  I  intervene!---"
Vada  Love Powell, doyenne of genteel propriety.

Appleton Powell, Jr........................Sean Chapman
Vada Love Powell..........................Carolyn McLeod
Marybell Baxter.............................Judy Ahlhorn
Enid Symonds...............................Janet Elayne
Mary Lou Mele/Mary Ann Mele .........Shannon Zamora
Mr. Powell...................................Sean Chapman
Director.....................................Gregory R. Brown
Asst. Director..............................Renea Runnels
Stage Manager.............................Miriam E. Moore
Lighting Design............................Zack Varela
Tech..........................................Avry Diaz
Backstage Crew........STILL NEED...2-3 to assist with scene changes (moving platform) and props

  An off-Broadway hit, this Southern fried comedy is a delightful reflection on age and change.

 

 

March 13th - 14th, 2016
Comedy by Neil Simon
Directed by Julie Owen

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Corie and Paul are newlyweds, fresh from their honeymoon. Corie is still enthralled with youth and marriage and wants their passionate romantic life to continue at full speed. Paul, however, wants to focus on his burgeoning career as an up-and-coming lawyer. When they don't see eye-to-eye about their apartment, their neighbors, and their sex drive,

  the new marriage experiences its first patch of rough weather.

 

 

   

 

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