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Main Street Theatre

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Port Lavaca, Texas

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Sponsorship and Appreciation Gala was Thursday, Feb 19, 7 pm at

the Main Street Theatre. Thanks to all participants!

Barefoot In the Park

A Comedy by Neil Simon

Directed by Betty DeShazer

 

February

20, 21, 22

27, 28, 29

 

 

Barefoot in the Park follows the lives of newlyweds Paul and Corie Bratter as they adjust to married life in a tiny Greenwich Village apartment. Paul is a button-down, straight-arrow lawyer who's wound a little too tight, while Corie is an effervescent free spirit who won't let anything disturb her romantic bliss. Aside from the five-flight climb and the hole in their skylight, the Bratters must also contend with their eccentric upstairs neighbor Victor Velasco, who must go through their apartment to get to his.

 

Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

A Company of Wayward Saints

A Comedy by George Herman

Directed by Ken Barnes

 

April 22, 23,

24, 25

 

 

A skilled troupe of actors - who have been traveling together for, well, they don't even remember how long - take on their greatest challenge; to tell "The Story of Man." They will do it in one evening of Commedia all, Improviso - an evening which will be full of surprises for these seasoned performers as well as for the audience.

 

Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

James and the Giant Peach

 

A dramatization of Roald Dahl's classic story

by Richard George

Directed by Jody Weaver

 

Annual Children's Production

 

 

June 4, 5, 6

June 10, 11, 12, 13

 

This year’s annual children’s production.

 

Produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Company.

Opal's Million Dollar Duck

A comedy by John Patrick

Directed by Hollie Ragle

 

August 20, 21, 22

August 27, 28, 29

 

 

Searching for costumes for their next production, Desmond and Queenie, the local summer stock company, drop by "Opal's Antique Junque Shop." While rooting through Opal's treasures, they spot a nondescript oil painting - a still life of a dead mallard duck and an apple - and recalling an item in the morning newspaper about an old master which has disappeared from the local art museum, suddenly realize that this may be the missing canvas, for which the insurance company is offering a sizable reward. Summoning up all their acting skills, they try to charm Opal into selling the painting for a pittance, but she explains that she plans to give it to her friend, Rosie, as a birthday present, whereupon the plot thickens hilariously.

 

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatist Play Service, Inc.

Murder's Bad, but Monday Can Kill You!

A Comedy/Mystery by Pat Cook

Directed by Rusty Henderson

 

November

12, 13, 14

19, 20, 21

 

 

Harry's back! That's right, Harry Monday, that Sam Spade wannabe in the trench coat and gumshoes, is hot and on his latest case. Does he know what he's doing? Who knows? Is he over his head? Of course. Especially when he finds three characters murdered at the Restful Glen Psychiatric Annex. Only after he arrives does he find out that all the inmates have multiple personalities. Who killed Jefferey Stadtlander? Was it the congressman, who in a crisis, becomes Edgar Allen Poe? Or maybe it was the school teacher who runs hot and cold? "Clues are falling like cigarettes in the boys bathroom," he says as he soon finds himself committed and not just to the case. The wise-cracking whodunit will have you guessing until the final red herring.

 

Produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Company.

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Murders Bad
Opals Million Dollar Duck
James and the Giant Peach
A Company of Wayward Saints
 Barefoot in the Park