Emelin Theatre Announces 2010/11 Live Theater Season


2010/2011 Theatre Season Announced! Please visit www.emelin.org/theatre.html for more information, tickets, videos and more.

Parenting 101: A Musical Guide to Raising Parents | $30
Oct 1 & 2, 2010 @ 8 pm, Oct 3 @ 3 pm

By Nancy Holson and Jay Falzone. Presented by Holson Productions.
Parenting 101 is a hilarious new musical parody of parenting from birth to birth. A loving look at the trials and tribulations of raising children, Parenting 101 is pure enjoyment with a message: in the end, it's worth it!

First Love | $40
Nov 5 & 6, 2010 @ 8 pm

By Samuel Beckett. Directed by Judy Hegarty Lovett. Performed by Conor Lovett.
One of Beckett's early novellas, First Love contains much of his distinctive black humor and a plot that is regarded as a masterpiece of Beckettian perversity. A young man, expelled from home, takes refuge on a bench by a canal. There he meets a woman who takes him home, with comically disastrous consequences. "A riveting experience. worth dropping everything to encounter" (The Irish Times).

Durang Durang | $20
Feb 10, 2011 @ 8 pm, Feb 11 & 12 @ 7:30 pm, Feb 12 & 13, 2011 @ 2 pm

By Christopher Durang. Directed by Benard Cummings.
This wacky collection of short plays by America's master satirist pokes fun at the pretensions of American theatre itself, and includes his classic spoof of The Glass Menagerie: "For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls." The management is not responsible for injuries caused by hysterical laughter. Presented by the Purchase Repertory Theatre, Conservatory of Theatre Arts & Film, Purchase College, SUNY.

The Glass Menagerie | $40
Mar 5, 2011 @ 8 pm & Mar 6 @ 3 pm

By Tennessee Williams. Directed by Bill Van Horn. Presented by Walnut Street Theatre.
Tennessee Williams' 100th Birthday...Celebrete with a Classic!
This timeless masterpiece-a touching tale of lost dreams, family bonds and survival-comes to life. When Tom brings home a gentleman caller, his sister Laura is given hope. Their chance meeting becomes one of the sweetest and most heartbreaking stories ever told. "You can't take your eyes off the stage" (Broad Street Review). sponsor info

Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell | $40
April 1 & 2, 2011 @ 8 pm

Words by Spalding Gray. Concept by Kathleen Russo. Directed by Lucy Sexton.
Spalding Gray wrote timeless monologues whose words resonated deeply with audiences. In Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell, an ensemble cast performs excerpts from both renowned and never-before-seen work to launch the audience into the hilarious, heartbreaking, and remarkable life and career of one of the most irreverent and revered storytellers of our time.

November Insights & Revelations Event Announced!

Please visit www.emelin.org/insights.html for more information, tickets, videos and more.

Grand Central Winter | $25
Nov 11, 2010 @ 8 pm

Witness a staged reading of new work in development by the Godlight Theatre Company! In Grand Central Winter, Mamaroneck's own Lee Stringer tells his incredible story of being drug-addicted and homeless, surviving on the streets of New York City. Rich with acts of kindness, humor, and heroism amid violence and desperation, Grand Central Winter offers a touching portrait of our shared humanity.

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