ACT presents FIVE FRICKIN' WINTERS by Kim E. Ruyle
Attleboro Community Theatre (ACT) kicks off the new year with its compelling production of the dark comedy, Five Frickin’ Winters, written by Kim E. Ruyle and directed by Alex Aponte. Roger, a struggling writer, finds his life in a tailspin. He’s dead broke. His best friend’s wife has an out-of-control libido and keeps attempting to seduce him. His friend, oblivious to his wife’s flirting, tries to set Roger up with an inconceivable companion. And worst of all, he’s got no inspiration to write. Will Roger stave off his love-starved neighbor? Will he fall head-over-heels for an unlikely paramour? Will he leave his beloved Florida to endure five frickin’ winters in Minnesota? Or maybe, just maybe, this wild and wacky scenario will provide Roger with the very inspiration he craves.
PERFORMANCE DATES & TIMES
Friday, February 17, 8PM Saturday, February 18, 8PM Sunday, February 19, 2PM
Friday, February 24, 8PM Saturday, February 25, 8PM Sunday, February 26, 2PM
Friday, March 3, 8PM Saturday, March 4, 8PM Sunday, March 5, 2PM
CAST & CREW Bailey Goff (Roger), Stephanie Geddes (Carm), Carrie Kayan (Kat), Michael Barresi (Kev); Alex Aponte (Director), Douglas Greene (Assistant Director, Lighting Design), Jeanne Smith (Stage Manager).
ACT is located in the Ezekiel Bates Masonic Lodge at 71 North Main Street, Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703. Tickets are available online at https://www.attleborocommunitytheatre.net/purchase-tickets. For information/reservations, call (508) 226-8100 or visit our Facebook Page @ Attleboro Community Theatre or our web page @ https://www.attleborocommunitytheatre.net.
Doors open 1 hour prior to showtime. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the show starts.
Press inquiries: Chris Verleger, Publicity & Advertising Manager / firstname.lastname@example.org
Now in its 65th season, Attleboro Community Theatre (ACT) is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing the arts to the city of Attleboro as well as other towns and cities in Massachusetts and Rhode Island since 1957. ACT has a handicapped-accessible home at the Ezekiel Bates Masonic Lodge in the heart of Attleboro on 71 North Main Street. We thank Attleboro, as well as our patrons from all of the surrounding communities, for their support over the years and invite you to come join us and be a part of Attleboro Community Theatre. All ages are welcome in our theater family.
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