The Sherman Playhouse Presents ENCHANTED APRIL, 4/23-5/15

This spring, The Sherman Playhouse will debut the charming romantic comedy, ENCHANTED APRIL, written by Matthew Barber, adapted from the novel by Elizabeth von Arnim.

Set in 1922, ENCHANTED APRIL delightfully brings together four uniquely different women escaping from dismal, War-scarred London to the warm sun and blooming wisteria of San Salvatore, Italy. Leaving husbands and societal obligations behind, the desperate Hampstead housewives Lotty and Rose, severe Mrs. Graves, and seductive Lady Caroline, along with some unexpected guests, learn to appreciate each other while rediscovering how to laugh and
love under the Italian sun.

The production features some of the region's finest actors: Paula Anderson (New Fairfield), Jim Lones (Oxford), Katherine Almquist (Sharon), Ali Bernhardt (Lagrangeville, NY), Viv Berger (Southbury), James Hipp (Danbury), and Beth Bonnabeau and Stacy-Lee Erickson (both New
Milford).

ENCHANTED APRIL is under the direction of Susan Abrams.

ENCHANTED APRIL runs April 23,24 30 May 1,2 8,9 14,15 Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. with a 2:00 p.m. Sunday matinee on May 2. Tickets for all shows are $20 for general seating.

On Thursday, April 22, all patrons are invited to attend a "Half-Price Preview Night" at 8:00 p.m. where all tickets are only $10. Students may see any performance for only $10 if they pay in CASH ONLY AT THE DOOR and carry a valid student ID. Students may not make reservations in advance for a performance. On opening night, April 23, a spritzer party will be held and
all audience members are invited to attend.

Reservations can be made online at WWW.SHERMANPLAYERS.ORG or by calling the box office at (860) 354-3622. The Sherman Playhouse now accepts credit card payments both online and at the door.

The Sherman Playhouse is a local theatre company located on 5 Route 39 North (at the intersection of Route 37 and 39) in Sherman, Conn.

 



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