Farmington Players' New Season to Include 'HOW TO SUCCEED,' LEADING LADIES & More

August 15
11:58 AM 2014
Farmington Players' New Season to Include 'HOW TO SUCCEED,' LEADING LADIES & More

The Farmington Players' new season includes four compelling comedies: Arsenic & Old Lace, Leading Ladies, Miracle on South Division Street and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.

Season ticket holders can catch all four exciting shows for just $60. Additionally, seniors will now get a discount ($2 off) for all shows - not just the typical "Senior Sunday." "The Barn" is also offering free Opening Night Afterglows for the first night of each production. You can order season tickets now or individual tickets at www.farmingtonplayers.org or at the box office (248) 553-2955. Make sure to "like" the "The Farmington Players Barn Theater" Facebook page for more details on all shows.

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Arsenic and Old Lace

By Joseph Kesselring - September 26 - October 18

This dark comedic tale features the crazy Brewster family, including two spinster aunts who poison men with arsenic-laced wine. Before he can get married, Mortimer Brewster must decide whether insanity runs in his family. It's not a good sign that his brother thinks himself to be Teddy Roosevelt! (Sponsored by Mall, Malisow and Cooney, P.C.)

Leading Ladies

By Ken Ludwig: Auditions September 13th

Show: November 28 - December 20

This hysterical farce centers on two downtrodden Shakespearean actors, Leo Clark and Jack Gable, who seek to claim an inheritance by impersonating lost-lost relatives. But when they discover "Max" and "Steve" are actually "Maxine" and "Stephanie," the undaunted duo dress in drag to steal an old lady's fortune. See farmingtonplayers.org for audition information.

(Sponsored by Cadillac Travel Group)

Miracle on South Division Street

By Tom Dudzick

February 13 - February 28

Ever since the Blessed Mother appeared to Grandpa, the Nowaks have known they were special. But when they gather to discuss daughter Ruth's plans to write a play about their family, their faith is shaken to its core; and a deathbed confession causes the "miracle" to unravel.

(Sponsored By Varsity Lincoln)

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying: a musical by Frank Loesser and book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, and Willie Gilbert, based on a book by Shepherd Mead.

April 24 - May 16

Ambitious window washer J. Pierrepont Finch climbs the corporate ladder at the World Wide Wicket Company by following pointers in the "How to Succeed" book. Finch makes friends, crushes rivals, and even finds love during his meteoric rise to the top.

Sponsored by TruVista Wealth Advisors

Ticket Prices - All seats Reserved:

Musicals - $20/adults -- $18/students and seniors

Straight Plays - $16/adults -- $14/students and seniors

Tickets: www.farmingtonplayers.org or 248-553-2955

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