Winter 2000

Thornton Wilder's  OUR TOWN
by Thornton Wilder
directed by Dorothy Schecter
produced by Corinne Kinsman
Bill Mason
The wonderful play about the joy of life. It is universal in theme. The story about Grover's Corners NH and the character of its citizens. About the Webb and Gibbs families - about everyday life, everyday events, happiness, sorrow and the very foundation of our lives as humans. It is a reminder to all of what is important and how to remember the values we strive to maintain through a changing time. This is an American Classic...


February 11, 12, 18, 19, 20(matinee), 25 and 26

curtain at 8:00 and 2:30 for matinee

Check the AUDITIONS for this production

Stage Manager    
Dr Gibbs
Howie Newsome
Mrs. Gibbs
Mrs. Webb    
George Gibbs
Rebecca Gibbs
Wally Webb
Emily Webb    
Prof. Willard
Mr. Webb
Woman in Balcony
Man in Auditorium    
Lady in Box
Simon Stimson
Mrs. Soames
Constable Warren    
Si Crowell
Baseball Players
Sam Craig
Joe Stoddard    


Thornton Wilder Links
Kids Almanac Children can learn about this Pulitzer Prize winning author by reading his biography which includes descriptions about his novels and childhood.
General Info Information on the writer, his novels and dramatic works including the renowned play "Our Town," and his novel, "The Bridge of San Luis Rey".