Fairfield and Bridgeport Actors Featured In Square One Theatre's Opening Production of CORE VALUES

Fairfield and Bridgeport Actors Featured In Square One Theatre's Opening Production of CORE VALUES

Fairfield and Bridgeport actors, David Victor and Lynnette Victoria, respectively, are featured in Square One Theatre Company's CORE VALUES, the opening production its 28th Anniversary Seasonbeginning November 2 and continuing through November 19, 2017.

David Victor's Square One credits include The Winslow Boy, Stratford Characters, Time Stands Still, Black Tie, Ancestral Voices, Irena's Vow, The Clearing, and The Right Kind of People. He is the recipient of a Square One Subscriber Award for Outstanding Actor (The Clearing).

Lynnette Victoria is making her Square One stage debut, but she has been featured in Square One's summer reading series of Family Furniture, City of Conversation and Clever Little Lies.

Playwright Steven Levenson is also the 2017 Tony Award-winning writer of the hit Broadway musical Dear Evan Hanson.

The cast of Core Values also includes Milford actors, Danielle Sultini and Jim Buffone.

Performances begin Thursday, November 2 at 7pm (only) and continue Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 4pm and 8pm and Sundays at 2pm through Sunday, November 19, 2017.

Discounted three-play subscriptions at $50 each are still available through November 19, 2017, online at squareonetheatre.com or via US mail order through the administrative office of Square One Theatre Company at 656 Longbrook Avenue, Stratford, CT 06614.

Single tickets will be available beginning October 18, 2017.

Square One Theatre is in residence at Stratford Academy located at 719 Birdseye Street in Stratford, Connecticut. Those new to Square One Theatre should set the GPS for 719 Birdseye Street in Stratford, Connecticut, located off I-95 at either Exit 31 or 32 (northbound and southbound). There is ample FREE parking.

Stratford Academy's stage has been re-configured by Square One into an intimate 64-seat black box-type theatre. The audience is seated in new padded chairs on the stage along with the actors, insuring that all patrons have a good seat to hear and see. With this redesigned, modern venue no audience member is more than 15 feet from the stage.

All play titles and dates are subject to change.

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