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Our Town

by Thornton Wilder; Co-directed by Michele Bolay & Katie Farnum

Our Town is an American classic that, through a combination of acting and storytelling, presents the story of the fictional small town of Grover's Corners. In three acts, "Daily Life," "Love and Marriage," and "Death and Dying," we encounter a range of experiences and emotions that are universal, regardless of gender, race, or country of origin. In the great American tradition of art that celebrates and mourns everyday bits of life, Our Town shows us with its direct language and unsentimental portrayals, that the "simple things" are rarely that.

"Our Town is not a play about the evaporated glory of simpler yesteryears. On the contrary, it whispers to us the urgent necessity of living in the here and now - which is all anybody in Grover's Corners ever had, all anybody anywhere really has." ~ Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

Coming March 9th

March 2018
8:00 pm
8:00 pm
8:00 pm
8:00 pm
2:00 pm
8:00 pm
8:00 pm

Purchase tickets and select your seats on-line. Tickets are also available via our reservation line at 610-363-7075.


Belligerent Man/Joe Stoddard/Ensemble
Steve Barainyak
Voice Among the Dead/Ensemble
Steven Bergandino
Mr. Webb
Don Cheetham
Wally Webb
Aubry Dowd
Voice Among the Dead/Ensemble
Christa Fisher
Mrs. Soames
Andrea Frassoni
Mrs. Webb
Kim Knipe
Sam Craig/Ensemble
Greg Kwoka
Mrs. Gibbs
Karen Lammey
Professor Willard/Voice Among the Dead/Ensemble
Doug Melrose
Stage Manager
Carolyn Nelson
Howie Newsome/Voice Among the Dead/Ensemble
Jeff Schmidt
Lady in a Box/Voice Among the Dead/Ensemble
Cynthia Shelton
George Gibbs
Ryan Simme
Voice Among the Dead/Ensemble
Madeline Snyder
Simon Stimson
Matt Snyder
Dr. Gibbs
Sherry Snyder
Woman in the Balcony/Mrs. Morgan/Ensemble
Debbie Sulenski
Emily Webb
Kathleen Verbo
Rebecca Gibbs
Sabriel Watkins
Belligerent Man/Voice Among the Dead/Ensemble
George Webster
Jo/Si Crowell
Lydia Wills


Michele Bolay, Katie Farnum
Elizabeth Starr
Technical Director
Karen Barnett
Set Designer
David Frantz

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