Welcome to Greater Rochester Repertory Companies
by Michael Frayn
Directed by Eric Vaughan Johnson
August 14, 15 and 16 at 7:30 PM
August 17 Matinee at 2:00 PM
All performances are at RAPA's East End Theatre
727 East Main Street in Downtown Rochester
Additional parking is at WDKX Radio, 683 Main Street
Called the funniest farce ever written, Noises Off presents a manic menagerie as a cast of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop called Nothing's On. Doors slamming, on and offstage intrigue, and an errant herring all figure in the plot of this hilarious and classically comic play.
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General Admission tickets are $20.00
Students & Senior tickets are $15.00
Tickets are available at Wegmans.
Cast (in order of appearance)
|Dotty Otley||Katie Guy|
|Lloyd Dallas||Rob Tromp|
|Garry Lejeune||Charlie Harrington|
|Brooke Ashton||Allie Treacy|
|Poppy Norton-Taylor||Stephanie Valliere|
|Frederick Fellowes||Billy DeMetsenaere|
|Belinda Blair||Audrey McGuire|
|Tim Allgood||Jashawn Lee|
|Selsdon Mowbray||Rich Hughson|
Auditions for 'Agatha Christie's A Murder is Announced'
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The cast of GRRC's production of Agnes of God directed by Don Bartalo
Marcy Savastano as Sister Agnes and Erin-Kate Howard as Dr. Martha Livingstone in a scene from Agnes of God.
Erin-Kate Howard as Dr. Martha Livingstone with Denise Bartalo as Mother Superior in a scene from Agnes of God.
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News about Marie Long
If someone began to describe a person who has immeasurable talent, gives more than 100 percent of herself to every project, does the work of at least two people, asks for nothing in return, suffers no fools because she is so capable, that someone might be talking about Marie Long. To her family and friends, Marie is the most loyal, dedicated, generous and warm-hearted person anyone could ask for. If a person is lucky enough to have Marie as a friend, that person is lucky enough indeed.
Marie has been a part of the GRRC group for several years. She has worn many hats. If mailings needed to be done, she was there. If furniture was needed for a set, she did her best to either build it or go out and get it, if hands were needed backstage or on- stage, you could count on Marie. She painted, moved furniture, swept floors, you name it. She served as costume dresser, handmaiden to the “stars”, prop lady, and whatever else needed to be done. And she did it all with timeliness and precision. She was the consummate professional.
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We need volunteers! Click here for information on how to volunteer for any of our productions.