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A bawdy,fast-paced comedy about mistresses and minks in the London fur salon of Maude Bodley, Arnold Crouch and Gilbert Bodley. Gilbert’s plans to sell an expensive mink to mobster dirt cheap for his wife, Gilbert’s mistress, go awry when the mobster plans to buy it for his OWN mistress. Arnold is left juggling everything and everyone. Soon the whole plan goes out the window along with women’s clothing and a few other things. Suspicious wives, mistaken identities, and rapid fire jokes abound right up to the final curtain.
THURSDAY, 10/1 & 10/8 AT 7:30PM; THURSDAY 10/15 AT 2PM
FRIDAY, 10/2, 9, & 16 AT 8PM
SATURDAY, 10/3 AT 2PM
SATURDAY 10/10, & 17 AT 8PM
SUNDAY, 10/4, 11, & 18 AT 2PM
AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE AVAILABLE ON THURSDAY, OCT. 15 AT 2PM
It is 1911. Based on a true story, a young nun has died under mysterious circumstances in a remote parish in northern Michigan, and her pastor, Father Rivard, has been charged with her murder. With alternating action between interrogations, testimony and scenes from the past, the secrets and taboos of their relationship come to a head, which inevitably spelt tragedy. Not until the explosive and surprising climax of the play is the full extent of their sacrifice made clear and the murder solved.
(World Premiere) It’s the summer of 1969 – Man on the moon, Woodstock, mini-skirts and Motown and in the Bronx, and boy is it hot! Change is everywhere for thirteen year old Holly Abrams. Gramma Sylvia rules the roost, older sis Robin rebels in bell-bottoms and Mom and Dad may split up for good. Will Holly get her first kiss from Marco Lopez? Amid the quickly changing Bronx’s cultural and social landscape, witness the struggles, hopes and dreams of the Abrams family in this warm-spirited comedy about family.
ENJOY 5 PERFORMANCES:
3 plays (see above), and 2 A La Carte performances
Thursdays: $140 Members/$145 Non-Members
Friday, Saturday & Sunday: $160 Members/$165 Non-Members
Flex Subscriptions: $140 (4 admissions)
INDIVIDUAL MAIN STAGE TICKET PRICES (on sale September 1, 2015):
$45 General Public
$40 Seniors/Museum/Theatre Guild Members
$33 Groups (10 or more)
$20 Students (18 and under or with a valid college ID)