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OUR
2017-2018
SEASON

mr and mrs nobody

MY OLD LADY
By Israel Horovitz
For Curtain Up! 2017
Sept. 15 - Oct. 7, 2017
Directed by
Michael Lodick

cloud 9

CINDERELLA
Nov. 17 - Dec. 16, 2017
Adapted, Conceived
and Directed by
Kelli Bocock-Natale

WAY BACK WHEN:
An Evening of One Acts

By Grant Golden and
Rebecca Ritchie
Feb. 2 - Feb. 24, 2018
Directed by
Betsy Bittar

buffalo gal

THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON
By Jason Miller
March 16-April 7, 2018
Directed by Kelli
Bocock-Natale

On The Waterfront

THE ALIENS
By Annie Baker
April 27-May 19, 2018
Directed by
David Oliver

 

 

Kalamazoo

2017

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KALAMAZOO
By Michelle Kholos Brooks and Kelly Younger

Directed by
Sheila McCarthy

Starring: Betsy Bittar and Marc-Jon Filippone

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About the play: When Peg, a 70-something, Irish Catholic bird lover meets Irving, a 70-something Jewish, metal detector-toting East Coaster on an online dating site, it feels like love at first click. But after their crazy margarita-filled first date, complete with body shots and morning-after tattoos, Peg and Irving find that they still have a little aging to do if they want to forget their past and move forward into a future together

DIRECTOR'S NOTES:

Kalamazoo is a quirky little romantic comedy about love, companionship, and starting over in mid-life. The world of modern dating is the vehicle by which Irish- American Peg and Jewish- American Irving, meet and bravely set a course for a new relationship. Still mourning the loss of their respective spouses and dealing with the interference of grown-up children, they try their best to navigate the bumpy road to love and marriage or perhaps not.

They are opposites attracted not only to each other, but also to the excitement that comes with venturing out beyond their previous limitations. They find that you are never too old to do all the things you always wanted to do with someone new and that sometimes life provides a second act.

Sheila McCarthy.
Director