Moon Over Buffalo
Written by Ken Ludwig
Directed by Neal Ruggeberg
Jan 30-Feb 1 & 6-8, 2015
Special Encore Performance for
Valentine's Day Event
February 14, 2015
*see event details*
Eileen will be played by Jolene Jenkins
in cooperation with Samuel French, Inc.
This comedic masterpiece finds George and Charlotte Hay, a marginally famous Hollywood couple in the twilight of their careers, barely surviving as a touring acting company. They seem to have a caught their big break when they learn that renown Hollywood director Frank Capra is traveling to Buffalo to attend their matinee. If he likes what he sees, he will offer them leading roles in his newest blockbuster movie. However, his timing couldn't be any worse as George and Charlotte are on the verge of a break-up caused by George's infidelity. All of this on the same day their daughter arrives to announce her engagement and to introduce her fiancé who has yet to meet his "famous", soon-to-be in-laws. Mistaken identity and chaos combine to deliver fast-paced action guaranteed to have patrons laughing all night long.
Pork Chops with mushroom sauce
Whiskey Glazed Carrots
Please inform us of any special dietary requests when making your reservations.
Saturday, February 14, 2015
Special Encore Performance of "Moon Over Buffalo"
Admission- $30.00 per person
Includes Valentine's favors
Italian Wedding Soup
Mashed Potato Casserole
Green Beans and Tomatoes
Pots De Creme
Saturday, February 21, 2015
Doors open at 6:30pm Play at 7:00pm
Bunco is an easy, fun game played with 3 dice.
NO experience needed. Everyone can play.
Desserts and Drinks will be included.
Bring a group or come on your own.
Prizes! Extra 50/50 drawing!
Call 417-358-9665 to reserve your seat!
"Little Old Ladies in Tennis Shoes"
By Sandra Fenichel Asher
Through Dramatic Publishing Company
Directed by Dolph Hubbard and Wendy Wolf
Rebecca Haines as Kate Corrigan
Linda Bailey as Molly Blumenthal
Robert Hollis as Jeff Bernstein
Shawn Chanler as Marsha Bernstein
Linda Craig as Mrs. Petrelli
Judy Boyd as Mrs. Feldman
Lynn Hall as Mrs. Davis
Joe Kowalski as Bill Clayton
Kate Corrigan has her life in order, or so she likes to think. In what she describes as "not lower middle age" but "upper youth," she has a lucrative job, a no strings-attached man, and a new house in the suburbs. "Consider yourselves part of the clutter," she blithely tells new neighbors Molly Blumenthal and her grandson, Jeff, when they pay Kate a call before she has even unpacked. And delightful clutter they soon become, overwhelming Kate's tiny existence with a roller-coaster friendship, pot-roast, and the problems of all the elderly women on the block. As she meets these women, living in quirky isolation after outliving their husbands' and their families' need for them, Kate realizes the life she's found looks a lot like the one she'd been running from. "Is it in the genes, an instinct," she wonders, "like elephants heading for the burial ground? Am I a little old lady in training?" Confronted with old fears and new choices, Kate finds her life opening up wide enough, for the first time, to admit love.