Tuesday, April 19, 2016

EVENT: Full Workshop Production of "All Bark, No Bite"!!!!!!


Becoming More Productions' full workshop production of "All BarkNo Bite": an original full-length comedy written by Worcester/SturbridgeplaywrightKara Emily Krantz. 
Charlotte and Eugene live a quiet, no-nonsense lifestyle surrounded by sudoku and argyle. Robert and Bella are boisterous and messy and ridiculously in love. Then there's the neighbor, Suzanne, who basically doesn't know what's going on, but definitely has something to say about it.   

Sure, relationships can be exciting! They can also be confusing, unexpected, and expose us to profound emotional risk. However, relationships are almost always worth exploring, and if we’re willing to be vulnerable, can fill up the empty or wounded spaces in our hearts.

And if that doesn’t work? Well, get a dog.  

Join us for opening night on Friday, June 3, 2016! Please come early to enjoy a wine and cheese reception (6:00 - 7:15) to celebrate the big event! 

Second Chance Animal Shelter out of North Brookfield, MA will also be there to celebrate with some of their canine comrades.

If you can't make it for the premiere, you will have five other opportunities, so please mark one on your calendar now!

There is also a Pay-What-You-Can Preview / Open Dress Rehearsal on Thursday, June 2nd at 7:30PM.

Opening Reception: June 3, 6:00 - 7:15 p.m.
Performance Dates: June 3, 4, 10, 11 @ 7:30PM; June 5th & 12th at 2:00PM
$16.00 General Admission
$12.00 Seniors (65+), Educators & Students (w/ID)
$10.00 Youth (15 and under)
$12.00 groups of 10 or more


LOCATION: Singh Performance Center, 60 Douglas Rd, Whitinsville, MA 01588
Plenty of parking!


Eugene: Wade Porter
Robert: Sean Costello
Suzanne: Peter Arsenault

Directed by Kara Emily Krantz
Technical Director: David Plante
Technical Asst/Stage Crew: Joel Robert Nowak

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