Season 2011-2012

Driving Miss Daisy
By Alfred Uhry

October 7th – 23rd, 2011 (No performance Sunday, October 9th)

In Atlanta in the mid-20th century, a relationship takes root between an elderly Jewish matron and her African-American chauffeur, growing into friendship that weathers the years, racial barriers and the challenges of growing old.

Love Letters
By A.R. Gurney.

November 11th – 13th, 2011

Love Letters traces the lifelong correspondence of the staid, dutiful lawyer Andrew Makepeace Ladd III and the lively, unstable artist Melissa Gardner. The story of their bittersweet relationship gradually unfolds from what is written — and what is left unsaid — in their letters.

Driving Miss Daisy
By Alfred Uhry.

Special Reprisal Performance!

November 26th & 27th, 2011 at 3:00pm
Performances at Asbury Methodist Village Rosborough Center.

In Atlanta in the mid-20th century, a relationship takes root between an elderly Jewish matron and her African-American chauffeur, growing into friendship that weathers the years, racial barriers and the challenges of growing old.

A Christmas Carol
By Charles Dickens.
Adaptation by Timothy Shaw

December 2nd – 18th, 2011

Mean, stingy Ebeneezer Scrooge is quite content with his friendless existence, until one cold Christmas Eve his late business partner and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet To Come reveal the error of his ways and the true meaning of Christmas.

Art
By Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton.

January 13th – 29th, 2012

What would you pay for a painting of … nothing? Would it be art? Marc’s best friend Serge has just bought a very expensive – and very white – painting. To Marc, the painting is a joke, and as battle lines are drawn, old friends use it to settle scores. A Tony Award winner for Best Play and an Olivier Award winner for Best Comedy.

One Act Festival – 2012
July 13th – 22nd, 2012

Group A – Friday, July 13, Sunday, July 15, Saturday, July 21
Snowangel by Lewis John Carlino
Directed by David Dossey
Cast: Grace Baker and David Jones
Speculum by Jonathan Joseph Dyer
Directed by Donna Shute
Cast: Steve Burton and John Van Eck
Hidden in This Picture by Aaron Sorkin
Directed by Steve Quillin
Cast: Jean Aviles, Matthew Datcher, John Reece, and Patrick Sullivan

Group B – Saturday, July 14, Friday, July 20, and Sunday, July 22
Old Saybrook by Woody Allen
Directed by Bruce Hirsch
Cast: Ted Culler, Evelyn Cannon, Brian Dettling, Lauren-Nicole Gabel, Joy Gerst, John Reece, and John Van Eck
Saves the Day by Brian Doyle
Directed by Karen Fleming
Cast: Patrick Pase, Stuart Rick, Art Salwin, and Bill Spitz
Words, Words, Words by David Ives
Directed by Diana Rodriguez; Assisted by Erika Abrams
Cast: Michael Abendshein, Diana Rodriquez, and Shaquille Stewart

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