Birmingham Festival Theatre
open source plays
may 6, 2014

April 3-19, 2014
Written by Ronald Harwood
Directed by Mark Castle

Jack Heidt
Jesse Bates
Pam Elder
Julia Gibbs Matson

A wicked, funny, joyous play about art, the eccentricities of age and the celebratory power of the human spirit! In a retirement home for musicians three former opera singers are sitting out on the terrace. The tranquility of their summer day is shattered by the surprise arrival of Jean. A gala concert is about to take place at the retirement home to celebrate Verdi's birthday, but there are issues. Is there any chance that the show will go on?

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April 3
Opening night reception after the show
April 10
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April 11
Talk-back with the cast after the show
April 13
Matinee at 2 pm

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