First Baptist of Ivy Gap: Poignant Comedy Makes Its Houston Debut
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The last date listed for First Baptist of Ivy Gap was Saturday May 12, 2012 / 8:30pm.
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Goldstar isn't letting me just fill in a review without doing a rating, so I am giving this 5 stars for the way the theater handled a situation. Unfortunately the show did not go on the night we attended because one of the lead actors got a sudden severe nose bleed that would not stop. Most importantly we hope she is okay. The theater handled it all well and gave us vouchers for any future performance. We WILL be back for a future performance. Looking forward to it!
1945, WWII is going on overseas. Back home the local women gather to roll bandages for the soldiers, and plan the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the church. Red Cross smocks, bandages, wise cracks, and witty repartee help the First Baptist Six do their part for the war effort.
1970, and the six are back together to celebrate the 100th anniversary, and catch up on each other’s lives. We will find what dreams were realized and what dreams were squashed. During this we will also find out what was really going on 25 years earlier. These mountain magnolias are pure gold, providing humor, drama, warmth, and six of the most wonderful characters you will see.
Written by Ron Osborne. Directed by Doris Merten with assistance from Haig Caesar.
Featuring: Renea Been, Carol Davis, Nora Hahn, Keitha Mae Hanks, Kristi Nicholson and Amesti Reioux.
About the Ticket Supplier: Theatre Suburbia
Theatre Suburbia is Northwest Houston’s longest running all-volunteer playhouse. They are currently celebrating their 54th season and have now produced over 345 shows. Throughout the years, they have endeavored to provide quality, live theatre to the Houston area. They try to reach as many as possible, by providing a wide variety of plays as well as the unique sets seen with each show. Theatre Suburbia is a small theatre, but that only refers to their physical limitations, not the quality of work they perform.