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Events Coming UP!


traditional READER'S THEATRE 

June 11th at 2:00

Breath of Spring is a comic romp about five pensioners living in London who are unexpectedly revitalized when they happen into a life of crime. Breath of Spring ostensibly refers to an expensive variety of mink coat, but in the course of the action assumes the symbolic significance of the rejuvenating experience of crime.  Get your tickets today!

Tickets are $15.00 each

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The untold story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

October 20-22

Somewhere in England in the nineteenth century. A lonely servant in the home of Dr. Henry Jekyll, devoted to her position and her master. Slowly, a gradual friendship between Mary and the doctor begins, as well as a growing attraction. However, Mary's quiet presence is thrown upside down when she meets Henry Jekyll's assistant, the handsome but enigmatic Edward Hyde. Although initially repelled, Mary soon finds herself drawn toward his passionate nature. But Edward Hyde is not all he seems.

Tickets are $35.00 each

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December 15-17 and 19-21

If you thought the holidays in Britain were all snow and Dickens, then you're in for a big surprise! For the holidays just wouldn't be the holidays without a panto!

A panto is a traditional fairy tale complete with songs, dances, jokes, exaggerated characters, and lots of audience participation.

The British love a good panto. In fact, the nation has been mad on it ever since the actor-manager John Rich introduced it in 1717.

It’s a wonderful way to entertain children, involving them interactively with the characters on stage, encouraging them to cheer, enlisting their help to support good characters, and above all to see that the good chap helps the damsel in distress. And because panto works on two levels, there's plenty for the adults to enjoy as well.

The centerpiece of any panto is The Dame, a comic, larger-than-life character, played by a man.

The Principal Boy is the romantic male lead and is a ‘breeches part’, that is, played by a woman.

The Villain is always very mean and nasty and must be booed and hissed by the audience at every opportunity!

The Ghost Scene. What can we say about this? Well, there's always a ghost who pops up when you least expect it and it's up to the audience to warn the characters on stage.

Audience participation is everything at a panto. Don’t be shy! Join in with the characters as they sing the silly song. Boo and hiss as loud as you can when the villain comes on. Oh, and look out for that ghost!


Tickets are $35.00 each

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Season Tickets Available!