140 E. Roosevelt Ave. / PO Box 783 / Dover, DE 19903 / 302-674-3568 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
at the Patchwork Playhouse
Providing Quality Community Theatre
to Central Delaware Since 1953
Sara Goode... Becky Craft
Gorgeous Teitelbaum... Patti Gatto
Pfeni Rosensweig... Terri Faust
Tess Goode... Adara Ryan
Geoffrey Duncan... Bruce Leister
Merv Kant... Paul Janiga
Tom Valiunus... Mason Taylor
Nicholas Pym... Steve Givens
THE PRODUCTION TEAM
Directors... Maureen Levine & Nancy Muller
Stage Manager... Linda Smith
Set Design... Paul Janiga
Light Design... Claude Warnick
ABOUT THE SHOW...
Under the direction of Maureen Levine and Nancy Muller, Wendy Wasserstein's THE SISTERS ROSENSWEIG is the story of Sara Goode, an enormously successful American woman working as the British representative of a major Hong Kong bank, about to celebrate her fifty-fourth birthday, and she isnt exactly too happy about it.
Firmly ensconced in her lovely London home, she leads a quiet, almost cold, expatriate life with her daughter, Tess. For the birthday celebration, her two sisters, Gorgeous Teitelbaum (Dr. Gorgeous, loving housewife and mother, of Newton, MA, who has her own call-in radio advice program and hopes to make the leap to TV), and Pfeni Rosensweig (peripatetic third-world travel writer, alas, unmarried), are expected to arrive at any moment.
As if this werent causing Sara enough stress, Mervyn Kant shows up at her door, and she doesnt even know the man, who, at first sight, is instantly smitten with her. Mervyn is a furrier, and a friend of Geoffreys, the on-again, off-again, bi-sexual lover of Pfeni. After her sisters arrive for the celebration, Tess, and her boyfriend, Tom, turn up and advise her that theyre planning on rushing off to his ancestral Lithuania for reasons of political protest. Next to arrive is Nicholas, the stuffy Brit whom Sara has been seeing although he seems somewhat anti-Semitic.
All of this adds up to a rather interesting evening, which leads to unexpected romance, suspected partings, recriminations, reconciliations, and, above all, newfound love and acceptance.
THE SISTERS ROSENSWEIG is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., NY
Kent County Theatre Guild presents a Romantic Comedy...
The Sisters Rosensweig
written by Wendy Wasserstein
directed by Maureen Levine & Nancy Muller
Fridays JUN 22 & 29 at 8:00p
Saturdays JUN 23 & 30 at 8:00p
Sunday JUN 24 at 2:00p
Patchwork Playhouse / 140 E. Roosevelt Ave. / Dover DE
Tickets are General Admission: $20.00
62+, Student, Military: $18.00
KCTG Member: $17.00
Children 12 and Under: $10.00
(A small convenience fee will be added for credit card processing.)