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Mr. & Mrs. Charles Mater
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Kay F. Hardie
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FEB 10-11-12 & 17-18-19
JUN 16-17-18 & 23-24-25
NOV 10-11-12 & 17-18-19
APR 14-15-16 & 21-22-23
SEP 15-16-17 & 22-23-24
Our Fabulous 2017 Season 64...
2017
directed by Nancy Muller
directed by Eddie Cohee
directed by Steve Caporiccio
directed by Mike Polo
directed by John Muller
Amazon Smile...
Opens April 14...
  Beginning with KCTG's 2017 season, patrons who arrive after the start of the show will not be seated until an appropriate break in the performance, which may not be until intermission.

  Refunds (partial or full) will not be offered for any portion of the show that is missed. The Kent County Theatre Guild encourages its patrons to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to curtain. As always, thank you for supporting KCTG!
New Seating Policy...
Concert at the Guild...
Kent County Theatre Guild presents
Johnny Guitar
The Musical

Fridays APR 14 & 21 at 8:00p
Saturdays APR 15 & 22 at 8:00p
Sundays APR 16 & 23 at 2:00p
directed by Eddie Cohee
Auditions for our June show...
Auditions for  “Over the River and Through the Woods” by Joe DiPietro, will be held April 24 & 26, 7PM, at the Kent County Theatre Guild’s Patchwork Playhouse, 140 E. Roosevelt Ave., Dover. Director Mike Polo will be looking to cast one man and one woman, playing age 25-35, and 2 men and two women playing ages 65-up. Some form of New York/Italian accent would be a plus. Auditions will be from the script. Show dates are June 16-17-18 & 23-24-25, 2017. If you have any questions please contact Mike at kctginfo@kctg.org or 302-359-2521.

THE STORY: A nice single Italian-American guy travels from New York City to Hoboken every Sunday to see both sets grandparents for dinner. This routine has gone on for twenty nine years. But one Sunday he has to tell them that he’s been offered a great new executive job in Seattle, Washington and will be leaving NYC. This good news does not sit so well with the grandparents. Their children have retired to Florida. His sister has moved to San Diego and so they have not seen their only great grandchild. They feel their family has abandoned them. So they scheme to keep him close by inviting a lovely single girl to dinner one Sunday. Come see if the grandparent’s plan works out in this very funny and touching comedy!

The Characters:

Nick is in his late 20 to mid 30’s. Nice looking young man from next door. Has is a bit sarcastic, funny, hardworking, which gets in the way of him being happy. Loves his grandparents deeply but communicates with them through benign bickering. It is never mean.

Aida is the rock Frank sits on. She is a very simple loving woman who has life has been about her husband & family. She is a homemaker/housewife & a bit of a worrier.

Frank is very proud of where he has come from, is a former carpenter. He is fighting getting older & does not want to give up his independence. He loves his family but does not know why they have moved so far away. He can play a mandolin.

Emma is Nunzio’s wife, a little bit more modern than Aida. She has a sense of herself and is not afraid to share her opinion. She loves Nunzio deeply. She can be a bit of a spitfire.

Nunzio is Emma’s husband. He is deeply in love with Emma and he is a great story teller.

Catlin plays 25-35. She is attractive and charming. She is a not one to settle for less. She is a bit old fashioned & stands up for what she believes in.

Auditions will be from the script. If you have any questions please contact Mike Polo at kctginfo@kctg.org or 302-359-2521.
JUN 16-17-18 & 23-24-25
directed by Mike Polo
Auditions for Over the River and Through the Woods by Joe DiPietro, will be held Monday, APR 24 & Wednesday, APR 26, 7:00p, at the Kent County Theatre Guild’s Patchwork Playhouse, 140 E. Roosevelt Ave., Dover. Director Mike Polo will be looking to cast one man and one woman, playing age 25-35, and 2 men and two women playing ages 65-up. Full information here...