February 6-8, 13-15 at 8 p.m.
February 9 and 16 at 3 p.m.
$12 - Adults, $10 - Seniors (55 and up),
$10 - Students (with i.d.), $8 Children (12 and under)
The February 6 performance is a Pay What You Can Preview.
The February 13 performance is $5 Senior Night.
By Mark Cornell. Thelma is a colorful and quick-witted 87-year old woman struggling with her memory. Her devoted daughter Marilyn, with whom she now lives, is trying to make the best of the situation. When Marilyn asks her neighbor Curtis, a struggling writer and stay-at-home father of a special needs child, to care for her mother and her beloved cats while she is at the beach, it sets in motion a friendship that tethers two families. Funny and heartbreaking, On Pine Knoll Street is an intimate look at the joy and fragility of life, the meaning of home, and the things we do for love. This play is being produced as part of the American Association of Community Theatre’s NewPlaysFest. The Sauk is one of only six theatres in the country to be selected to produce a new award-winning play. This play does contain adult language and themes.
This production is sponsored by Southern Michigan Bank & Trust.
(in order of appearance)
Marilyn - MJ Dulmage
Thelma - Anne Conners
Curtis - Trinity Bird
Kristie - Andrea Ortell
Mitchell - Keegan Oxley
Directed by Trinity Bird
Stage Management by Allison Cleveland
Set Design by Bruce Crews
Set Dressed by Cyndi Baldermann
Costume Design by Roene Trevisan
Lighting Design by Tracy McCullough
Sound Design by Joella Hendrickson
Properties Design by Travis Blatchley