Bus Stop: Acclaimed Drama That Inspired Marilyn Monroe Movie
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For anyone who's ever been single during the holidays, there's The 12 Dates of Christmas, a funny and touching one-woman show about being surrounded by Yuletide cheer when you're miserable. When Mary sees her fiancé making out with his co-worker on national TV, she is suddenly cast back into the dating world, where "romance" ranges from the creepy to the absurd. All seems hopeless until the charm and innocence of a five-year-old boy unexpectedly brings a new outlook on life and love. Annie Kalahurka returns in her critically acclaimed performance in this hilarious and modern alternative to typical holiday fare. Learn More
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The fault is not in the stars, but in the director. Timing is terrible and the characters need to be trained to LOOK at each other when they're exchanging lines and reflect appropriate facial expressions in reaction to other characters--this is especially true for Cheri. This is a good play but a very poor production. The set was far more interesting than the character's interactions.
About the Ticket Supplier: Stagecrafters
Stagecrafters really began in the 1930s and continued into the early 1940s. At the start of World War II, the group ceased production of plays. In 1950, the J.C.C. Board of Directors brought together a group of 50 people to organize activities for young adults. Out of this emerged a new theater group to carry on the Stagecrafters tradition. The first play, Goodbye, My Fancy, was produced in April of 1952, and from that time the group has continued to grow into a successful organization.