Last OF THE RED hot lovers
By NEIL SIMON
MAY 11 - 26, 2018
Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings at 8pm; Sunday matinées on May 13 & 20 at 2:30pm
TICKETS: $30; $25 for Senior Citizens & Students
SYNOPSIS & INFORMATION
Island ETC (East-End Theatre Company) is thrilled to wind up our 15th season – our Season of Love – with Neil Simon’s hilarious comedic masterpiece LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS.
Barney Cashman, middle-aged, overworked, and with no experience in covert maneuvers, is bored with his bland, ‘nice’ life. Married to his high school sweetheart, Barney want to have one sweeping extra-marital fling in his tranquil, faithful marriage before life passes him by. On three different afternoons, he brings women to his mother’s apartment while she is at work.
Returning to the ETC stage as Barney Cashman is Kevin Daugherty. The three women Barney attempts to seduce are the foul-mouthed, neurotic Elaine Navazio (Kimber Fountain), Bobbi Michele, a young actress who puts the ‘kook’ in kooky (Bri Wehman), and Jeanette Fisher, a gloomy, depressed housewife (Julie Fontenot).
Christopher L. Pool directs LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS; scenic design is by Thomas D. Boon, costume design by Nancy Dougherty, light design by Lisa Miller and production stage manager, David Cooley.
Performances for this hilarious production are May 11th through May 26th. Performances are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings at 8:00pm. There will be two Sunday matinees at 2:30pm on May 13th and May 20th. *Please note that Sunday, May 13th is Mother’s Day. An afternoon at the theatre is the perfect treat for those special women in your life.
Tickets are $30.00 or $25 for Senior Citizens and Students. All tickets may be purchased via our TICKETS page or by calling our box office at 409-762-3556.
For additional information about this production, Students on Stage, or ETC, please call ETC. Island ETC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
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