EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT WITH JOHN-PAUL COFFMAN AFTER OUR DINNER SHOW.
There will be no matinee Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017 for
The Greatest Gift.
WECT First Act (link with video)
STAR NEWS REVIEW
"'Greatest Gift' captures sweet, organic family dynamic"
"'Greatest Gift' is original and moving without drifting into Hallmark territory"
STAR NEWS PREVIEW
"Writer based play on wife's kidney donation"
Dinner Show-The Greatest Gift
written & directed by Zach Hanner
Nov 17-23, 2018 at TheatreNOW 19 S. 10th Street
Friday & Saturdays at 7pm. Sunday in December at 5pm.
Doors open one hour prior to show time.
Parental Guidance Suggested for some some Adult Language and Drug Reference.
Tickets $18-$44. Complimentary Valet.
Opening weekend dinner tickets only $40!!!
Dinner Tickets $44, Show Only $24, Mezzanine $1—with discounts for groups, seniors, students and military.
The Greatest Gift follows a family as they deal with an ongoing medical crisis over the course of three Christmases. When a young architect finds himself diagnosed with an autoimmune condition, his health begins to plummet. And when his kidneys start to fail, he’s faced with some serious problems. Who in the family will step up and provide the kidney that he needs to live a normal life? A heartfelt comedy sure to warm your heart for the entire gift-giving season.
AUDITIONS FOR 'The Weir'.
DEC 18-19. 6pm.
TheatreNOW holds auditions for the 2018 dinner theater production of The Weir by Conor McPherson. Auditions will he held on Mon & Tues Dec 18-19 at 6pm with cold readings from the script. Good Irish accents preferred. Performance dates are Fri & Sat nights Feb 23-March 24, 2018. All paid acting positions.
ABOUT THE SHOW: In a small bar called The Weir in a rural town in Ireland, three local men are settling down for the night, enjoying good beer and company. Their normal routine is shaken up when their friend Finland enters the bar and introduces them to Valerie, an attractive woman from Dublin who has just moved into an old haunted house in the town. As the night (and the amount of liquor) progresses, each local from the bar starts to tell a tale of ghostly happenings in the town. What starts as innocent braggadocio between the men turns into a real fright when Valerie reveals a real, haunted tale of her own from the past. Examining chances of missed opportunity and the loneliness that results in it, The Weir is a haunting play with its roots in Irish folklore.
•Jack, a mechanic and garage owner in his fifties.
•Brendan, the owner of the pub in which the play is set. He is in his thirties.
•Jim, Jack's assistant, in his forties.
•Finbar Mack, a local businessman in his late forties.
•Valerie, a Dublin woman in her thirties.
The show will be directed by Phill Antonino. For more information please contact Artistic Director, Zach Hanner at email@example.com or call TheatreNOW at 910-399-3669.
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