Show dates at the Jane Tasch Theatre, April 6, 7, 13 & 14, 2019. Directed by Stephanie Heslip Produced by Ann Langford
Alice plunges down the rabbit hole and becomes involved in that madcap and deliciously satiric series of adventures immortalized by Lewis Carroll. Dramatized as a series of fourteen episodes from Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, this play is a kaleidoscope of action and madness, with the necessary elements of suspense and frustration to make it all fun.
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Previously this season...
ORPHAN TRAIN By Michigan Playwright Dennis North
Director: Lynn Wilde Concannon Producer: Ann Langford
TAKE ANOTHER RIDE! In the late 1920’s, close to a million orphans roamed the dirty streets of New York City. A very fortunate few were placed on Orphan Trains and sent west, looking for loving homes. As the final Orphan Train departs the City, a last-minute orphan is added to the cargo – a mysterious little boy with no past. The boy is guided and guarded by a “friend” only he can see. Worlds of faith and evil, love and greed collide as the train makes its way to Kansas.
Unique to this show, the cast remained on stage throughout most of the play as they created the sound effects of the show, (ie; train sounds, whistles, wind, music, etc.)
Performances were October 13, 14, 20 & 21, 2018. Visit our show page HERE for our cast.
The musical comedy “Company,” was be performed at Whispering Pines Golf and Country Club in Pinckney for four (4) dinner and show performances.
Shows were held on Friday, Feb. 15, Saturday, Feb. 16, Friday, Feb. 22, at 6:00 p.m. and a matinee on Saturday, Feb. 23, a 12:30 p.m.
Directed by Sarah Robson and Beth Wondolowski, Company is a 1970 musical comedy with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim (Into the Woods, A little Night Music etc.) and book by George Furth. The original production was nominated for a record-setting fourteen Tony Awards, and won six!
About the show: On the night of his 35th birthday, Robert struggles to think of a wish to make as he blows out his birthday candles. The lone bachelor, surrounded by “those good and crazy people” -- his married friends -- Robert is uncertain whether he should simply be happy with his lot or whether he should wish for his own romantic partner. Over a series of dinner parties, first dates, and thoughtful conversations, Robert attempts to understand the pros and cons of marriage from his diverse and frequently hilarious friends, and begins to make sense of his own persistent bachelorhood. Company, Stephen Sondheim’s groundbreaking modern musical, is a mature, intelligent, and wildly funny look at relationships, vulnerability, and “being alive.”
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