Tenor Rehearsal Photos

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Tenor Rehearsal Photos

To view the publicity photos for Lend Me A Tenor, click here:”

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2014-2015 Season

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TPNC is pleased to announce its 2014-2015 Season.  Thank you to everybody who submitted plays for the season and thanks to our playreading committee for helping make these great choices!

A Time to Kill, adapted for the stage by Rupert Holmes
Directed by Julie Bell Petrak
Oct. 24 – Nov. 8, 2014
Auditions: Aug. 4 & Aug. 5 at 7pm
Produced by Special Arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.

Scrooge (Abbreviated Version), Book, Music and Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
From A Christmas Carol by ...

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Announcing Cast For LEND ME A TENOR

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Over 30 auditioners came out for Lend Me A Tenor last week, and many talented actors narrowly missed the cut.   Congratulations to our cast!   

Max: Rob Nichols

Maggie: Sarah Giggar

Saunders: Will Jeffries

Tito: Christopher Beaurline

Maria: Melinda Zupaniotis

Bellhop: Randy Bucknoff

Diana: Linda Branch

Julia: Amy Wade

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STAGE II PRESENTS

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Two evenings of (mostly) original one-act plays and monologues will be presented in the Powerhouse Theatre at 8 pm on Friday, April 4 and Saturday, April 5. Featured works are by Holly Aladin, Gary Betsworth, Vanessa David, Rosemary Foley, Conor McPherson, Laurie Newkirk, Tom Rushen, and Mary Jane Schaefer.

Performing the works will be Gary Betsworth, Nancy Brier, Deborah Burke, Katy Castaldi, Marcia Cummings-Vinci, Vanessa David, Andrea Garmun, Jamie Gerelli, Larry Greeley, ...

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Skylight Rehearsals Begin

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Congratulations to the cast of David Hare’s Skylight:

Alexandra Burke: Kyra Hollis
Tyler Giggi: Edward Sergeant
Bob Filipowich: Tom Sergeant

Tim Cronin will direct the show, which runs from May 2 through May 17. The Stage Manager is Jessica Taborda.

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Auditions For “Skylight” on February 24-25

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Skylight, by David Hare and directed by TPNC veteran Tim Cronin, features three characters over the course of approximately 16 hours in present day London.East London school teacher Kyra Hollis is visited on the same night by Edward Sergeant and his father Tom. Kyra had been living with the Sargeant family years earlier, but left after her affair with Tom was discovered by Tom’s wife, who has since died. Edward now accuses Kyra of having left him as well, ...
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“Engagement Rules” Opens February 7

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“Engagement Rules,” presented as a staged reading, is a hilarious look at young love and old love re-making the “rules.”   Featured performers are Jim Brownold, Louise Kaminer, Ammie Kinsman and Daniel Mann.  Performances are February 7 and 8 at 8 pm, and February 9 at 2:30 pm.

Here we find two couples, one about to get married and the other married over forty years, who help each other as they confront questions of love, mortality and the nature of the ...

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We Have A Cast!

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We’re proud to announce the cast of “The Governor’s Son,” the premiere of Jim Gordon’s original play which opens at the Powerhouse Theatre on February 21, 2014:

KATE O’NEIL: Kimberley Lowden
BILL WILSON: Kyle Runestad
CONGRESSMAN RICHARD MEEKS: Frank Speranzo
SUSAN THOMAS: Kristin Gagliardi
VERA MEEKS: Davina Porter
JESSICA MULLINS: Leighanne Champion
SAM BRODSKY: Larry Greeley

Tom Butterworth will direct.    Rehearsals begin January 6.

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Holiday Panto is “Pure Joy”

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The Town Players of New Canaan is the only area theatre to perform a British “panto” every year for its family holiday show. This year’s offering, Trouble In Pantoland by Sharon Hulm, opens at 8 pm ...

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Our Lives Go On

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Our Lives Go On

This is the fourth in a series of blog posts by Brian Michael Riley.

I had the pleasure of seeing the Powerhouse Players’ presentation of Our Town last weekend and it hit me like a ton of bricks. To be honest this is one of those plays that I never really feel an overwhelming excitement to catch. My high school put Our Town on during my sophomore year ...

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