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Some tickets for The Last Romance still available - call or email today!
Performances through September 7
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Listen to what our audiences are saying:
"Fabulous acting!" "So enjoyable!" "Just like my Italian American family!"
"Very touching!" "One of the best plays I've seen in a long time!"
Director’s Thoughts on The Last Romance - by Ann Swiston
A relatively new, though in my case not terribly young, director should start with an excellent script. With The Last Romance, my 2nd play by Joe DiPietro, I knew I was off to a strong start. DiPietro’s plays have entertained thousands, both young and old, combining captivating, down-to earth characters, believable story-lines, real-life sets, and almost always music in some form. The combo is unbeatable.
Add to that the fact that the story is based on real characters, Marion Ross (best known for her role in Happy Days) and her life-partner and well-known actor, Michael Paul. They had acted in many productions over their years together, including Over the River and Through the Woods, also written by DiPietro. The three became friends, and eventually Ross asked DiPietro to write a play for and about herself and Michael. The result was The Last Romance.
And then there is the cast. Picking the right actors for each role is not only important, it’s the key that enables success. I am delighted that Kenneth Bridges, Peggy Lord Chilton, Candace Luciano and Ken Yakiwchuk agreed to work with me. Not only are they all excellent actors, they are highly professional, and great fun to work with.
Box Office Phone: 376-766-0954
Open 10am to Noon beginning the Wednesday and Thursday prior to Friday's Opening Night, then every day during the run of the show except Sunday until the show is sold out. On show days, the box office also opens one hour before each performance.
Curtain time is 7:30pm
Curtain time 3pm for Sundays and first Saturday matinees
Single performance tickets are available through the box office or by email reservation, using the Ticket Request Form. Individual tickets are 225 pesos for plays, 250 pesos for LLT's December 2014 musical comedy.
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