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Transactors Improv returns to Ray’s Diner after a successful first visit in September.
Ray’s Diner sits on a two-lane highway just outside a small southern town. A few years after the diner opened in 1972, an Interstate highway bypassed the town. Yet Ray’s persists, a haven for hungry souls: regulars and random passersby, truckers and drifters, businesspeople and families on vacation.
The diner, one long room with booths and a counter with fixed stools, is clean but hasn’t been renovated since it opened its doors. The town may be small but Ray’s is a gateway to a larger world.
Transactors Improv serves up Ray’s Diner, a long-form spontaneous theater piece conceived and directed by company member Steven Warnock. Joining Warnock in the cast will be Anoo Brod, Greg Hohn, Bart Hubbard, Steve Scott, Jane Allen Wilson, and guests.
Students of Melissa Lozoff’s Movie Makers drama classes perform in their semi-annual showcase. Classes range from beginner to advanced, for all age ranges.
Studio A Acting Company performs twice a year.
Sunday, Nov 23
“Written during an awe-inspiringly brief period of six days, ‘Blithe Spirit’ concerns the haunting of one Charles Condomine, a suave Cowardesque novelist, by the ghost of his ‘morally untidy’ first wife, Elvira, who turns Charles’s staid marriage to the priggish Ruth into a prickly ménage à trois. Like Coward’s deeper-reaching ‘Private Lives,’ ‘Blithe Spirit’ considers a theme close to its writer’s heart: the disruptive force of sexual passion, as it brings out the beast in the seemingly genteel.” -New York Times
Blithe Spirit is a World War II-era British farce featuring at least ten seances, a ghost-induced car crash, and a healthy amount of hilarity. Join Charles Condomine as he inadvertently brings his deceased wife back to life, much to the chagrin of his current, living one.
Featuring: Jones Bell, Faith Jones, Grace Siplon, Michelle Everette, Harris Middlesworth, Beth Siegling, Maddie Wiener
Thurs, Fri, & Sat, December 4, 5, 6 at 7:30 p.m.
Ticket Prices: $8 to $10 suggested donation
More info: One Song Productions
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Back for its 7th year, Durham’s very own “A Trailer Park Christmas” follows the Dodson/ Hussey family at their Christmas eve holiday party. Audience are treated as guests and encounter ghosts, fruitcakes and a holiday tornado. Come see why all your friends and familiy have made this their holiday tradition!
Watch our video HERE
December 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20 at 7:30 p.m.
December 14 & 21 at 2:00 p.m
Tickets: $19- General Admission, $17- Student/ Senior
Reservations: (919) 384-7817
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