A Staged Reading of Table 17
By Arthur Feinsod
Directed by Jeffery Lorick
Saturday, November 17, 2018
Table 17 is a story about two families. One Jewish and one African American. The African American family worked in the Jewish home as servants. During their time working for the family they had good times, trying times, and challenges. The Grandmother of the Jewish family passes and leaves the household servants a tremendous gift, catching her own family off guard. The two families come together to try to make the best out of difficult circumstances. The play is about healing and reconciliation of one’s past.
Stay for a TalkBack with the author and director after the show.
All Tickets are $6.00.
A Doublewide, Texas Christmas by Jones, Hope and Wooten
November 30-December 16, 2018
Directed by Susan Demers
It’s Christmastime in the newest—and tiniest—town in Texas. And it’s beginning to look a lot like trouble in the good ol’ Texas-sized mobile home park. Not only are the residents dealing with the stress of the holiday season, but they’ve just discovered that Doublewide is being doubled-crossed by the County. Come get your merry on with the Crumpler family and their band of eccentric Texans as they take on the “Big Guys,” a pack of vengeful raccoons, and their newest resident fresh out of the local mental institution.
$21 / $17 for students
$19 for groups of 10 or more
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Sundays at 2:00 pm
Presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service.