Same Time Next Year
by Bernard Slade
Oct. 21-Nov. 6, 2021
DIRECTED BY STEVE POWELL: One of the most popular romantic comedies of the century, Same Time, Next Year ran four years on Broadway, winning a Tony® Award for lead actress Ellen Burstyn, who later recreated her role in the successful motion picture. It remains one of the world’s most widely produced plays. The plot follows a love affair between two people, Doris and George, married to others, who rendezvous once a year. Twenty-five years of manners and morals are hilariously and touchingly played out by the lovers.Program | Cast and Crew
My Three Angels
by Samuel & Bella Spewack
Dec. 2-18, 2021
DIRECTED BY JAMES GOW: The scene is French Guiana, a region where on Christmas day the temperature has graciously dropped to 104 degrees. Three convicts are employed as roofers by a family whose roof is in desperate need of maintenance. On the way from France is an evil-minded cousin, to oust the father of the family from his business, and his cold-blooded nephew, who is jilting the father's daughter for an heiress. The three convicts—two of them murderers, the third a swindler—take the visitors on. All three have warm hearts and are passionate believers in true justice.Program | Cast and Crew
The Savannah Sipping Society
by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope & Jamie Wooten
DIRECTED BY JOAN JONES: Four unique Southern women are drawn together by Fate—and an impromptu happy hour—and decide it’s time to reclaim the enthusiasm for life they’ve lost through the years. Randa, a perfectionist and workaholic, is struggling to cope with a surprise career derailment that reveals she has no life and no idea how to get one. Dot, still reeling from her husband’s recent demise and the loss of their plans for an idyllic retirement, faces starting a new life from scratch—and all alone. Marlafaye, a good ol’ Texas gal, has blasted into Savannah after losing her tom-cattin’ husband to a 23-year-old dental hygienist. Jinx, a spunky ball of fire, offers her services as a life coach for these women—but overlooks the fact that she’s the one most in need of sage advice.
Holmes and Watson
by Jeffrey Hatcher
DIRECTED BY MATT SALTON & REBECCA LEE: Sherlock Holmes is dead. Or so it is assumed. The world knows the great detective went over the falls at Reichenbach with his nemesis Professor Moriarty. But as Holmes' body was never retrieved, a number of frauds, fakes, and charlatans have come forward since to lay claim to his identity, and it falls to Dr. Watson to disprove them. Then a telegram arrives informing Watson that three men, each claiming to be Holmes, have been committed to a remote asylum off the coast of Scotland. Now Watson must discover if one of the mad men is the real Sherlock Holmes.
by Norm Foster
DIRECTED BY PAULINE JODOIN: Lemonade is for people who use the front door. It’s an exciting summer day in 1956 for Hilda and Sam Fluck. Newly on their own since their thirtysomething children Gary and Janey moved out, they are finally ready to relax. Hilda plans to hang her laundry while Sam goes to buy a shiny new television. What could disturb their simple peace? Turns out doors are merely decoration as Gary and Janey literally fall over the fence into the backyard, looking for help out of sticky situations. Gary has lost his job, is enamoured with his new girlfriend, Bobbi, and running from a bookie named Beverly, while the ever-dependent Janey has unexpectedly left her husband. The family careens into an afternoon of calamity, showing them that ultimately they must celebrate how they can be together rather than apart.
Kong's Night Out
by Jack Neary
June 9-25, 2022
DIRECTED BY LORNA JODOIN: This is the story of what happened in the hotel room next to the room where Ann (played in the 1933 movie by Fay Wray) was whisked out of bed and into the Manhattan night by King Kong. Myron Siegel is a low-end Broadway producer who desperately wants to be high-end. Trouble is, he has for his entire career been sabotaged by his archrival, who Myron has just learned has booked a theatre directly across from where Myron's potential bonanza, Foxy Felicia, is about to open. Nobody knows what he's up to, but it's BIG! Myron gathers his entourage—his sassy mother, his gangster henchman, his Hungarian backer and his wide-eyed niece straight off the bus from Buffalo—and concocts a plan to learn what the mystery show is about. He discovers that the show is about a monkey. A very large monkey.Cast and Crew
Performances are at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, except 2:00 p.m. on the final Saturday of each production. at the Domino Theatre, 52 Church St.
Admission is $20.00 for adults, $10.00 for students and children. Senior citizens and members can buy discount
tickets at the door for $16.00 on Thursday evenings only. For tickets, contact
the Grand Theatre Box Office, 613-530-2050.
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