Date: Tuesday, September 11th, 2018
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Silk Room @ Cheney Hall, 177 Hartford Rd, Manchester
Cost: Free, although donations to support this type of work are gladly accepted
Written by Neil Simon and Directed by Jim Ryan
Set in the unkempt West Hollywood apartment of struggling screenwriter Herb Tucker, Neil Simon’s three-character comedy-drama follows Herb as he decides to take another stab at fatherhood and, hopefully this time, get it right. Herb is surprised when Libby, his aspiring actress daughter, treks from Brooklyn fully expecting her “well-connected” father to help her fulfill her dreams of dreams of movie stardom. But it soon becomes clear that the underemployed Herbert and his sometimes girlfriend, Steffy, are not in any position to advance anyone else’s career.
Dave Walton – Herb Tucker
Amanda Fox – Libby Tucker
Debbie Gustafson – Steffy Blondell
Evenings@7 offers FREE presentations of intimate script-in-hand play readings. Open to the public, these ONE-NIGHT ONLY performances are part of Little Theatre’s mission to develop art and artists. This series, featuring both established plays and musicals and new works, enables local talent to grow in their craft by performing for live audiences in a casual atmosphere with minimal production elements. The 2018 season continues with Tom Stoppard’s The Real Inspector Hound, directed by Ron Coehen on October 9th, (1 of 2 one acts), additionally on October 9th, Author Kopit’s Chamber Music (2 of 2 acts), directed by Jim Williams and closing out the season is Moonlight and Magnolias, directed by Debi Freund on November 13th.
Shows are open to the public & free of charge, however, donations are gladly accepted.
For more information regarding I Ought To Be in Pictures or the Evenings@7 series, call the Box Office at 860-647-9824.