Almost Maine

  January 17-19       7:30 PM

  January 24 – 26    7:30 PM

  January 20 & 27    3:00 PM

 

Vagina Monologues

  February 14 -16   7:30 PM 

 

Once Upon A Mattress

  March 21-23         7:30 PM

  March 28-30         7:30 PM

  March 24 & 30      3:00 PM

 

MTA Show          

  May 3                    7:00 PM 

  May 5                    3:00 PM

 

The Second Time Around

  June 13 -15            7:30 PM

  June 20 – 22           7:30 PM

  June 16 & 23          3:00 PM

Senior citizens Samuel Jones and Laura Curtis, a widower and a widow, strike up a love affair.  When they announce plans to live together without marrying so they can keep their social security benefits they’d otherwise lose, their children hit the ceiling even though they were never close to their deceased parent and their own marriages leave a lot to be desired.  Sam’s daughter is married to her ex analyst, a stuffy neurotic, and Laura’s son has a wife who is paranoid about food additives and their sexual performance.  All end well for the elderly twosome, but not before the entire second generation is in nervous fits.

 

All I Really Need to Know I learned in Kindergarten

  August 8-10               7:30 PM

  August 15-17             7:30 PM

  August 11 & 18          3:00 PM

Based on Robert Fulghum’s best selling book, Kindergarten takes a funny, insightful, heartwarming look at what is profound in everyday life.  This tightly woven adaptation has earned standing ovations from Singapore to Prague – from L.A. to D.C. It’s an evening of theatrical storytelling in revue format , with monologues, dialogues, and multiple voice narration, enhanced through the use of live piano underscoring, which provides fluidity, charm, and emotional texture, and seven original songs.  The delightful stories feature colorful characters such as:  a shy little boy who insists on playing the “pig” in his class production of Cinderella and steals the show; a man whose dream of flying carries him over Los Angeles… in a lawn chair buoyed by surplus weather balloons; a “mother of the bride” who’s staged a perfect wedding – until the bowling ball of fate rolls down the aisle; and a modern day Greek philosopher who finds the meaning of life in a piece of broken mirror from World War II.  These stories celebrate our existence, from the whimsy of childhood to the wisdom of old age. Kindergarten is a sure hit for almost any performing group.

 

Generations Apart

  October 10-12            7:30 PM

  October 17-19            7:30 PM

  October 13                 3:00 PM

  October 20                 3:00 PM

By Marv Siegal

A retired married Jewish couple befriends the Catholic widow who moves in next door until a startling revelation drives them apart.  When Edna meets Rosemary DiCarlo the Catholic widow who moves into the house next door, the two become fast friends and decide to play matchmaker for their divorced children until a shocking revelation causes Edna to fall victim to irrational fear and begin a campaign to do everything in her power to keep the children apart. In the meantime, Norman hatches some crazy business schemes to fill idle hours. Not only hilarious throughout, but an ending that keeps everyone gasping!

Roles:

NORMAN BENDER:  72 years old.  Feisty, always scheming to get rich quick.

EDNA BENDER: . 70 years old.  Norman’s wife of 40 years.  Tolerant of his eccentricities but willing to go toe to toe with him if necessary.

ROSEMARIE DECLARLO:  70 year old attractive widow.  Edna’s new friend and next door neighbor.

MARCIE SILVERMAN:  Norman and Edna’s divorced daughter, a fiftyish attractive lawyer.

RAYMOND DICARLO:  Rosemarie’s divorced son, a fiftyish attractive lawyer.

HARRY CONNEGHY:  72 year old.  Retired sock magnate who was married only to his career.

RABBI TEITLEBAUM:  95 years old, he drifts in and out of reality.

JUDGE KRAUTHAMMER:  Male or female, middle aged and quirky.