The Odd Couple
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Eye-to-eye face-off: David Bisett as Felix, Danny Mosier as Oscar
Whitney Marlett as Gwendolyn and Tiffany Patch as Cecily
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Next Up: Tony Award-winner
Directed by Tracy Arnold
Nov. 14 - Dec. 7
This classic comedy by Neil Simon opens as a group of the guys gather for a poker game in the New York apartment of slovenly Oscar Madison. If the mess is any indication, it's no wonder his wife left him. Late to arrive is Felix Unger, just separated from his wife and a compulsive neat-freak.
While Oscar lives large, enjoying every moment, Felix only finds purpose in pointing out his own and other people's foibles. The two eventually decide to room together, with hilarious results. The Odd Couple won the 1965 Tony Award, and the characters were revived in a successful film and television series.
Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
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All About Our 2015 Season
SPECIAL EVENT FOR KIDS!
Weekend after Christmas
Amber & Nick Radio Hour:
Kids Vintage Radio Stage Show
Dec. 27 at 7:00
Dec. 28 at 2:00
Talented 12 year old Amber and 18 year old brother Nick present a highly interactive, golden age radio show with vintage music, dance, commercials, foley sound table and zany characters, all performed live with help from the “studio audience” of families and kids. Perfect treat for that weekend after Christmas— great gift idea.
Perfect treat for that weekend after Christmas— great gift idea, especially for K-5 graders
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Til Death Do Us Part
By Monica Michele
Jan 9 - Jan 18
Directed by David Bisett and Kortnee McDowell
This new play by Wimberley playwright Monica Michele received raves when the Players presented a basic reading for a small audience in August. Now staged with many of the same cast, Til Death Do Us Part captures conversations in a nursing home, where not everyone’s past has been truthfully shared. Both wonderfully humorous and deeply touching, the story is a skillful celebration of the human condition.
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