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We are delighted to announce the cast of The Women! 
Gina Stanton, Carolyn McCarthy, Jenna Isabella, Regina Furphy, Judy Brewster, Amanda Booth, Casey Silidjian, Diane Preston, Laurel Lettieri,
with Kaitlin Balfe, Carol Balotti, Denise Barnard, Amanda Bevacqua, Emma Burke-Covitz, Maria Clair, Jeanette Devine, Tami Eckley, Angela Fradella, Barbara Kessler, Melissa Jones, Dawn O'Creene, Karen O'Leary, Cheryl Palmer, Jane Posner, Ruby Ellen Rocco, Samantha Saunders, Pat Sebastian, Deborah Shaw, Catherine Thompson, Karen Tunney.

Show dates and times:

Thursday, May 10 - 7:30 pm

Friday, May 11 - 7:30 pm

Saturday, May 12 - 7:30 pm

Friday, May 18 - 7:30 pm

Saturday, May 19 - 2 pm & 7:30 pm

APRIL 27 Reading/Workshop of An Original Play by Bob Dumont
...And now for something completely different....
Our next Friday Night is right around the corner and this time we will be looking at some original material!
If you are interested, here's what you need to know:
BTC's Friday Night Series Crew, featuring Bob Dumont
How (to prepare): Read the 3 scenes and be familiar with the work.


Scene 1

Scene 2

Scene 3

Bob Dumont will introduce his work and with his direction participants will workshop these scenes
Participants (and the playwright) must be willing to be open to receiving feedback/critique/guidance from fellow participants, audience members and Bob. The intent is to find the right tone for the play and character development.
Any questions please email Jenna Isabella at BTCFridayNights@gmail.com

Interested in theatre?
Curious about how to get involved with The Brewster Theater Company?
Want to sharpen your acting skills or just come hang out with some BTC friends and try something new?

All levels of experience are welcome!
Free for Members
$5 Recommended Donation for Non-Members

For More Information or To Get on Our Mailing List Email BTCFridayNights@Gmail.com 
RSVP for this event HERE

JANUARY 26 Theatre Games, Warmups, & Intro to Improv
FEBRUARY 23 Lighting & Sound Board Training
MARCH 23 Acting, Theatre Games, Warmups, & Intro to Improv
APRIL 27 Reading/Workshop of An Original Play by Bob Dumont

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Coming in FALL 2018

This brilliant play has assumed the status of a modern classic. Clare Boothe Luce’s social satire The Women was a smash hit when first performed on Broadway in 1936 and has enjoyed several revival productions during the 1970s and 1990s. A large cast of women (no male characters at all), it is set in the world of high society wives in New York City during the height of the Great Depression – an immensely entertaining panorama of our modern metropolitan world from the feminine viewpoint. The author carries us through a number of varied scenes – and digging under the surface, reveals a human understanding for, and sympathy with, some of its outstanding figures.

Also, not only was "The Women" groundbreaking for its era, the first Broadway show with an all-female cast, but every subsequent generation discovers afresh how oddly contemporary its sendup of pampered, vain, backbiting, sexually candid New York socialites feels. You mean, we ask, checking the date again in disbelief, they had bitchiness way back then?

The plot involves the efforts of a group of women to play their respective roles in an artificial society that consists of vain show, comedy, tragedy, hope and disappointment. Mary Haines, the protagonist, learns from a gossipy manicurist that her husband, Stephen, is having an affair with a shop-girl named Crystal. After the news of Stephen’s affair is published in a gossip column, Mary decides to divorce him. To obtain her divorce, she travels to Reno, Nevada, where liberal divorce laws attracted many society women wishing to downplay any potential for scandal. While she is in Reno, Mary learns that Stephen has married Crystal. Two years later, Mary, now living back in New York with her children, learns that Crystal has been unfaithful to Stephen. With the help of her friends, Mary sets out to expose Crystal’s infidelity in order to win Stephen back.

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