Join us for this fun filled performance as Curtain Call Theatre at the Russian River launches its first production for this year of four one act plays.
A full evening of entertainment, “FOURPLAY” appears for eight (8) performances only.
Thrill to the antics of the successful new Bank Manager, his twittery wife, his crew, and a demanding old lady when all his plans fall apart in “The Festivities” by Anton Chekov.
Find out how a lion eats a librarian in John Guare’s odd comedy “A Day For Surprises”, followed by a man who reveals his own bizarre surprise with a personal past relationship in “Days Ahead” by Lanford Wilson.
We conclude our evening with “Postcards” by James Prideaux, when a couple spend a lifetime (almost) of joy, disappointment, and renewed joy, writing postcards to celebrities.
This exceptional evening is produced and directed by Michael Tabib, and performed by Gretchen Belgrave, Dee Buechy, Mark Gregory, Shawn O’Docharty, Lisa Posternak, Joe Potter, and Dan Vanek.
“FOURPLAY” opens with a Champagne Gala on Saturday May 7 at 7PM, Curtain at 8PM. Enjoy delectable Hors d’oeuvres and special Desserts by chef Tim Kane, complemented by Korbel champagne and Korbel premium Wines. We will also feature a select coffee from Coffee Bazaar and a variety of tea selections along with non-alcoholic beverages. This is a benefit for Curtain Call Theatre with a Tax-Deductible Donation of $35.
We continue our performances during the following dates: May 13, 14, 15, 21, 22, June 3 & 4. Fridays & Saturdays at 8PM; and Sundays at 4PM.
ALL performances are at Russian River Hall, 20347 Highway 116 in Monte Rio, 95462.
Box Office Prices are as follows:
Fridays: “Pay What You Can”, Saturdays and Sundays: $15 General; $12 Seniors over 55 and students with ID.
Won’t you come and share in this delightful evening of laughter and self revelation?
Our Reservations number is 707-524-8739. Leave a message and we will confirm by telephone only.
Thank you. We look forward to your continued patronage.
The Management of Curtain Call Theatre at te Russian River.