Venue Details

45 Star Starred
Village Theatre
233 Front St. Danville, CA 94526
925-314-3463
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Mary M
There is a public parking lot very close to the theatre that offer 3-hours. Street parking can be challenging on a Saturday night but with a little patience, you can park well.
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Mary M
The location of the theatre allows you to select from a variety of resturants in the downtown area. At the theatre they did sell water for $1 and a few snacks. But the abundant number of good resturants in the area, who had room for snacks.
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64 reviews
24 stars
attended Oct 19 2013

Good acting especially on the part of Sylvia Burboeck.

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24 reviews
12 stars
attended Oct 20 2013

The play was well written. The actress who played Lettice was very good and tried to make her character as interesting as possible. I don't know how it could have been done better. The supporting actors were excellent as well which lifted the...continued

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22 reviews
11 stars
attended Nov 01 2013

The main character in the play is the most talented actress we have seen. Full of life and personality. She single-handedly captures the entire audience for 2 hours with her geat accent and sheer energy and acting skill. A true and great artist.

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Website

http://roleplayersensemble.com/

Description

Directed by Phoebe E. Moyer

Featuring: Sylvia Burboeck, Beth Chastain, John Blytt and Elinor Bell

About the Ticket Supplier: Role Players Ensemble

The Role Players' Ensemble Theatre was founded in 1983 by a group of Danville residents who wished to establish quality community theatre in the San Ramon Valley. In addition to providing a venue where local actors, directors and technicians could ply their craft, the group hoped to attract an audience throughout the Tri-Valley and Contra Costa County and expand their theatrical alternatives. The company was formed as a California non-profit organization. Although the mission has evolved over time, the fundamental aim has always been to provide provocative, high quality theatre productions that both entertain and educate.