The United Federation of Female Freedom Fighters needs your help! (Don’t worry; it’s only the fate of the universe at stake.) Strap on your jetpacks, charge up your laser guns, and get ready to blast off into an out-of-this-world sci-fi comedy.Information about Starstruck Buy Tickets to Starstruck
“To love and be loved. What could be more important?” asks Richard Chaney, director of A. R. Gurney’s Love Letters, opening at Athens’ Town & Gown Players in March. The play follows Melissa Gardner (Gay McCommons) & Andrew Makepeace Ladd III (David Swisher) through nearly 50 years of correspondence as it charts their up-and-down relationship. “The play is poignant and funny and universal in its themes,” further observes Chaney.Information about Love Letters Buy Tickets to Love Letters
To love and be loved. What could be more important? The play follows Melissa Gardner (Gay McCommons) and Andrew Makepeace Ladd III (David Swisher) through nearly 50 years of correspondence as it charts their up-and-down relationship.
How far car a geriatric game of one-upmanship go? Abby is Bristol Place Senior Living Facility's most cantankerous veteran, and she's ready to drive her new (and infuriatingly chipper) roommate Marilyn out by any means necessary, no matter how absurd.
10-year-old Mary returns to England–leaving the only home she's ever known in India–an orphaned survivor of the cholera pandemic. Her hermit uncle's secluded estate is filled with grief, but Mary's discovery of her late aunt's garden (and spirits from the past) changes everything.
The classic Shakespeare comedy has withstood the test of time for good reason: there's a terrible play within a play, unrequited love, mistaken identities, fairies, and general shenanigans. It all works out in the end, of course. Or was it all just a dream?