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The Facebook Effect
by Lauren Wilkens
Directed by Matt Hermiz

Performance Dates:
February 8 - 10 & 15-17 at 7:30 pm
February 11
and 17 at 1:30 pm

Cast:
 

Kim Garrison Hopcraft as Dana

Mark Schuliger as Mike

Alyssa Ryan as Beth

Benjamin Gullett as George

Synopsis:

World Premiere!! When the popularity of Facebook expanded to include adults, Dana, an empty nester in her 50's, started posting what she hoped friends and family would perceive as the perfection of her life and marriage to her husband Mike. Unfortunately, Dana's worst fears and ability to control outside perception are realized when the truth about her failing marriage
and personal life are exposed on the social media site. Both Dana and Mike are forced to re-evaluate their lives in the hopes to save themselves and their marriage.

(Recommended for ages 13 and up)

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*Due to the unforeseen weather this week, we have decided to delay the opening performance until Friday, April 5. If you have purchased tickets for April 4th please reach out to OPT by emailing OPTproduction01@gmail.com. We will happily apply those tickets to any other performance. We apologize for any inconvenience!

 

 

 

 

TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE!!

 
 
Van Gogh's in the Attic
by Sean Cooney
directed by Joe Bishara
Performance Dates:
 

April 5 - 6 & 11 - 13 at 7:00 pm and

April 7 & 14 at 2:00 pm

Performances will be held at the

Abbey Theater of Dublin

Cast:
 

Announcement coming soon!

Synopsis:

A world premiere, break-neck comedy by Irish playwright and Abbey Theater favorite Sean Cooney set on the south coast of Ireland in the 1980s. Feral MacAdoo, suffering from a dissociative fugue after a bombing attack in Dublin, now believes he is the painter Vincent Van Gogh. A local priest, Father Brady, and Fritzi, son-in-law of the woman of the house, are wanted gunrunners and forgers. Vincent paints a series of self-portraits, which the two men use in one of their schemes. Mrs. Barnacle, the matron of the house and no one’s fool, calls the local press and claims she’s found a lost Van Gogh in the attic. Hilarity ensues!

(Recommended for ages 12 and up)

See No Evil

by Cory Skurdal

Directed by Daniel Rodriguez Hijo

Performance Dates:

October 24 - 26 & November 1-2 at 7:00 pm and October 27 & November 3 at 2:00 pm

CAST:

Judith Ripley: Josie Merkle

Isabel Ripley: Julia Cannell

Malcolm Ripley: Nick Palatas

Clarence Hubbard: Dan Griscom

Dinah Garnett: Rachel Scherrer

Lily Brewster: Jasmine Newman

Synopsis: In 1969 Maine, an enigmatic young woman joins the Ripley family as companion to their blind and mentally fragile daughter... and proves a little too inquisitive. Tensions rise. Murder is committed. The unsavory history of the family is at last revealed.

(Recommended for ages 13 and up)

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Thank you for your interest in Original Productions Theatre!
Stay tuned for more information about our upcoming shows.
We look forward to bringing you more amazing and original work
this year.

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