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Written by Leslie Sands & Directed by Michelle Neitzel
The setting is a charming house in the English countryside, where writer Howard Holt is visited each weekend by his wife, who is also his publisher. During the week, he is joined by his mistress. As the action begins, the departing mistress is (apparently) run over and killed by the wife, and Howard gallantly offers to dispose of the body. Reserved seat tickets are $18.00 each.
April 29 - May 17, 2015
OH, MAMA! NO, PAPA! - A Comedy
Written by Reginald Denham & Directed by Rita Corn
Eleanor (a widow) and Silas (a widower) are both, if you take their word for it, near death. Louisa (Eleanor’s daughter) and James (Silas’s son), tired of their parents’ moaning, accompany them to see Dr. Bolt. Eleanor and Silas meet for the first time and are romantically attracted. Low and behold! The aches and pains disappear. When they get together to celebrate, the fun begins. Reserved seat tickets are $18.00 each.
The cast of “Oh, Mama! No, Papa!” take time from their busy schedule to pose for a photo. Seated (left to right) are Kim Fox (Eleanor), Rita Corn (Director), and Bob La Salle (Silas). Standing (from left to right) are Kristi Hibschman (Louisa), Jim Walsh (James), Stephen Horowitz (Dr. Bolt), Lee Hakeem (Dr. Brown), and Donna Hadley (Geraldine).
Friday, May 22, 2015; 6:00 pm
TERRANICHOL ACADEMY PRESENTS
A NIGHT AT THE ART MUSEUM
TerraNichol Academy welcomes you to the 9th Annual School Performance. Look out! Our little artists of TerraNichol Academy are taking an artistic adventure as The Night at the Art Museum takes us on a musical journey. Students will find magic in a very unlikely place and learn about artists from some very interesting people. Let the Masterpiece begin!
This play was designed to spread the message about how important it is to keep visual and performing arts programs in schools. The show is an interactive play that requires the audience to participate. So sit back, relax and get ready to laugh, and be amazed by what these students have accomplished! A Night at the Art Museum is an original script designed by the cast along with the choreography, and set.
Ticket is required for admission
Ticket Pricing: Adults $30 each, Children (0-13yrs) $15 each
Remaining 2014 – 2015 Productions at the Playhouse