"…completely enchanting, a wonderfully suave and impish fantasy."--New York Times
BELL, BOOK & CANDLE by John Van Druten
Manhattan Witch Gillian Holroyd has been unlucky in love. She can't keep her eyes off her handsome neighbor. She casts a love spell on him...BUT she falls for him herself. She must make a choice--for witches who fall in love lose their supernatural powers! The perfect romantic comedy to put you in the Hallowe'en mood.
Previews: Fri. 10/2*, Sat. 10/3, Sun 10/4, Fri 10/9 $15.00
OPENING NIGHT Saturday October 10 $29.00 with reception
Fri-Sat-Sun through Nov 8 $20.00
Curtains 7:30 pm
Fri. 10/2* - Pay-what-you-can at the door --or $17 reserve with $2.00 in concessions rebate
Remember the movie?
Gillian - GIGI BENSON- a Witch in Manhattan, closeted, beautiful
Shep - MATT BEEBE- a publisher, a mortal, handsome,
Miss Holroyd - SANDI RUBAY - Gillian's Aunt Queenie, a Witch, flighty
Nickie - COLLEEN EGAN- Gillian's sister, a Witch, self-serving, sarcastic
Redlitch - ALAN BADGER-author of a book on magic, a mortal
Hallowe'en Spirit Party October 31 @ 7 pm
The kids are out of the house, waiting at home with candy for the Trick-or-Treaters is a memory...so where do adults go on Hallowe'en? We've got just the place!
To help fund our next production--
the world premiere of the sensuous musical "Blood Tango"
--we are holding a Fund-Raising spectacular October 31 7:00 pm
Tickets are $49/person
Only 50 tickets available! FOR TICKETS CLICK HERE
But bring your checkbook, because we will have
a great auction of gifts from Piedmont Avenue Merchants!
And all donations are tax-deductible and keep your theatre here!
Before Samantha ever twitched her nose....
anytime, any combination
(other than opening or special events.
For Downloadable Photos and Press Release click on PRESS above
John Van Druten is best known for "I Am a Camera" from which the book for Kander & Ebb's
was taken He was known for his plays of witty and urbane observations of contemporary life and society. "Bell, Book & Candle" was extremely risque for its day. It holds up and is just as charming as when it opened at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre November 14, 1950
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