Monday, March 14, 2016

Our Town Theatre Group To Present ‘Morning’s At Seven’

mornings at sevenOur Town Theatre Group will begin its 20th Season with a performance of Paul Osborn’s “Morning’s At Seven.” Focusing on four aging sisters living in a small Midwestern town in 1938, the play deals with the ramifications of two of them questioning their lives and deciding to make some changes before it’s too late.

The cast includes OTTG regulars and new actors as well. In the roles of the four sisters are Mary Ellen Dowling of Blue Mountain Lake, Maryann Sauro of Chestertown, Judy Stafford of North Creek, and Mary Anne Gruen of Warrensburg. Their husbands are played by Dennis Wilson of Chestertown, Mike Corey of Minerva, and Arthur Gruen of Warrensburg. John Gable of Lake George and Kim Smith of Wevertown are the perpetually engaged couple Homer and Myrtle

This production of “Morning’s At Seven” is directed by Jordan Hornstein with production management by Mary Ellen Dowling. Trish Gardner is the stage manager. Costumes are by Robin Jay and Jane Castaneda. Eric Potter is the technical director, lighting and sound designer.

Performances will be March 18th and 19th at 7:30 pm and March 20th at 1 pm. All performances are in the Lyle Dye Auditorium at Tannery Pond Community Center. Located at 228 Main Street in North Creek.

Tickets can be reserved here, by calling the OTTG ticket line at (518) 406-8840, or by emailing tickets@ottg.org.

Photo from a Morning at Seven’s rehearsal provided:  from left to right, MaryAnne Gruen, Maryann Sauro, Judy Stafford, Dennis Wilson, and Mary Ellen Dowling.


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One Response

  1. James Fox BRFVolpe says:

    Sound’s like a fun evening. Why the apostrophe?

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