Couples Troubles Double Feature
A Tale of Two Spectators
In a park a man and a woman secretly watch their respective spouses carry on an affair. As time goes on we realize they've been meeting like this to watch their spouses for quite some time and have even developed something of a bond with each other despite their predicament. Perhaps they have discovered a little more about themselves and their lives as well.
Written by: Peter Manos
The Diaries of Adam and Eve
Mark Twain gives your audience front row seats to the first battle of the sexes.
Adam doesn't get a chance to name any of the new wonders of creation because
Eve always beat him to it. When asked why she names a bird a dodo, her is always because it looks like a dodo. Eve feels that she, too, is an important experiment and she must chronicle her observations. Among these observations are the discovery of fire, the fact that water runs uphill at night, and that not only can she talk to animals but some, such as the snake, can talk back. Accepting the apple, Eve and Adam get a new look at life. The audience will get an enchanting new look at them.
Dramatized by Marc Bucci, from Mark Twains story
Both plays presented in special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing Co.
March 12, 13, 19 & 20 @ 7:30 pm. March 14 & 21 (Sunday) at 2:30 pm
Directors: Chase Morrisette & Jennifer Dawson