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Romance, Revelry and Regret: An Evening of One-Acts

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The Brewster Theater Company presents Romance, Revelry & Regret: An Evening One Act Plays on March 15th & 16th at 8pm at the Hudson Valley Cerebral Palsy Center, 15 Mt. Ebo Rd. in Brewster, NY.


Director Margaret Carey has selected a refreshingly charming and hilarious series of one-act plays by author Mark Harvey Levine. Deciphering relationships, overcoming adversity and the power of love are portrayed with witty banter and soul-searching reality. Do fortune cookies know all? What makes a superhero? Can a girl find her Prince Charming or for that matter a guy? Can ‘things’ make you happy? What do you give the woman who deserves the best? Will a mother accept her gay son's partner? What would happen if you found a script of your day on your nightstand? These questions—and many others—will be answered in what is sure to be an entertaining and thought provoking evening.


The talented cast of 20 is comprised of actors from throughout the Brewster, Carmel, Patterson, Mahopac, Connecticut, and Westchester areas. The cast includes Shawn Brown, Kristen Casey, Brian Dallas Fields, Barbara Disraeli, Diana DiMarco, Elizabeth DiMeo, Lori Franzese, David Gaudreau, Danielle Gentile, Christopher Gladysz, Vinny Larusso, Lauren Mallet, Rebecca Pokorski, Patricia Sebastian, Kathleen Silloway, Katrina Snyder, Paul Stein, Andrew Stephens, Karen Symington Muendell and Joan Wyner.


Tickets are $18 for adults and $15 for seniors and students. For further information and to make reservations, please visit www.brewstertheater.org or leave a message at 845-598-1621.


This event is made possible, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and with public funds from Putnam County.  These grant programs are managed and monitored by the Putnam Arts Council, Mahopac, NY. 


 

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