Last Train to Nibroc: Period Love Story Offers Heart and Humor
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The last date listed for Last Train to Nibroc was Sunday May 20, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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It's true: They're Weird, always On and at the Top of their game! 7½ White People, Weird On Top's long-running improv comedy show at Eclectic Company Theatre, fills the bill for some side-splitting, tear-inducing, undergarment-threatening laughter. Troupe members include Mark Burford, Danielle Cintron, Tiffany Cole, Carissa Gipprich, Mason Hallberg, Kerr Seth Lordygan, Sarah McCann and Alex Sanborn, who are well-versed in creating comic mayhem of the adult variety. Learn More
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- “Entertaining and engaging … <em>Last Train to Nibroc</em> is a fun ride and most definitely a worthwhile night out." —<a target="_blank" href="http://lifeinla.com/7469/172/Review++Last+Train+to+Nibroc.html">LifeInLA.com</a>
- "<em>Last Train to Nibroc </em>combines witty banter with the roller coaster of romance, to leave the audience feeling light hearted and fulfilled." --<a target="_blank" href="http://tolucantimes.info/section/theatre_review/the-engaging-last-train-to-nibroc/"><em>Tolucan Times</em></a>
- <em>"</em>The play draws us in and reminds us that all good theater needs to do is honestly tell a human story and let the audience will find meaning in it themselves. Mr. Krueger and Ms. Lane carry the show with subtle, pitch-perfect performances." --<a target="_blank" href="http://www.latheatrereview.com/2012/04/19/last-train-to-nibroc-at-the-eclectic-company-theatre/"><em>LA Theatre Review</em></a>
In December 1940, two Kentuckians meet cute on a very special train heading east bound for New York. Raleigh is a soldier facing medical discharge (he’s an epileptic) who aspires to become a writer; May has deeply religious feelings and wants to be a missionary. They’re two very different people, but as the story of Arlene Hutton’s 1999 play unfolds, the audience will witness Raleigh and May’s growing mutual attraction over the course of a couple of years in this unusual love story, which Hutton claims she loosely based on the romance between her own parents.
Hutton is a remarkably prolific playwright whose other works include Women@Work, Lights Up!, Corbin, Kentucky, As It Is in Heaven, Academia and much more.
The show runs approximately one hour and 40 minutes with no intermission.