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Stage Kiss

Under direction of Artistic Director Sharie Renault

April 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 May 5, 6, 7

Fridays and Saturdays @ 7:30 p.m.

Sunday Matinee @ 2:30p.m.

General Admission: $30

All three weekends: $75 (1 ticket per weekend)

Students: $20

Groups of ten or more: $25

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Prices

Free online to the community.

Donation

GEneral $25
GRoups $20
Students $15
Friday - saturday: 7:30pm | Sunday Matinee: 5:00pm
Thursday: 6:30pM
Food & Wine Reception before the play reading
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We will be following the covid protocol mandated by the county, state and Grace Episcopal Church.

Masks are required for all audience members during the performance.

Prices

Free online to the community.

Donation

GEneral $25
GRoups $20
Students $15
Friday - saturday: 7:30pm | Sunday Matinee: 5:00pm
Thursday: 6:30pM
Food & Wine Reception before the play reading
Get Tickets

OPening Nights are private events where we invite all of our members to join us and celebrate the opening of each play.

We'd love for you to come!
Become A Member

Plays From Across the Nation & Canada!

Friday and Saturday 7:30 pm

Sunday Matinee 2:30 pm

When estranged lovers are cast as romantic leads in a 1930’s melodrama, the line between offstage and onstage begins to blur. Pulitzer Price finalists Sarah Ruhl brings her unique mix of humor and intelligence to the world of romantic comedy. The play asks us to consider what is real, both in love and art.

Stage Kiss

by Sarah Ruhl

Directed by Sharie Renault

April 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 May 5, 6, 7

Friday & Saturday: 7:30pm | Sunday Matinee: 2:30pm

Grace Episcopal Church 1314 Spring Street

Prices

General: $25 / Groups $20 / Students $15

Donations are gratefully accepted
GEneral $30
Groups over ten $25
Students $20
Thursday: 6:30pM
Food & Wine Reception before the play reading

Friday and Saturday 7:30 pm

Sunday Matinee 2:30 pm

When estranged lovers are cast as romantic leads in a 1930’s melodrama, the line between offstage and onstage begins to blur. Pulitzer Price finalists Sarah Ruhl brings her unique mix of humor and intelligence to the world of romantic comedy. The play asks us to consider what is real, both in love and art.

Get Tickets

OPening Nights are private events where we invite all of our members to join us and celebrate the opening of each play.

We'd love for you to come!
Become A Member

6 quick steps to stream online.

Step 1: Click on "Get Tickets" button above. Once on ShowTix click on "Rent Video" button.

Step 2: Select number of tickets needed. 1 ticket = 1 device. Then click checkout button.

Step 3: Select donation, or click checkout button.

Step 4: Fill out your information. Then click checkout.

Step 5: Click download tickets, and look for access code. If you sign up during Nov 20-22 you should be able to click the "Watch Stream" button.

Step 6: Once you click on link to start watching, submit your access code to start. Enjoy :)

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Friday and Saturday 7:30 pm

Sunday Matinee 2:30 pm

When estranged lovers are cast as romantic leads in a 1930’s melodrama, the line between offstage and onstage begins to blur. Pulitzer Price finalists Sarah Ruhl brings her unique mix of humor and intelligence to the world of romantic comedy. The play asks us to consider what is real, both in love and art.

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Intermission

15 minute intermission halfway through the play

Talk Back

the actors and director will hold an open discussion with the audience at the conclusion of the performance.

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About

Friday and Saturday 7:30 pm

Sunday Matinee 2:30 pm

When estranged lovers are cast as romantic leads in a 1930’s melodrama, the line between offstage and onstage begins to blur. Pulitzer Price finalists Sarah Ruhl brings her unique mix of humor and intelligence to the world of romantic comedy. The play asks us to consider what is real, both in love and art.

Place

Time

Sponsor

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Intermission

15 minute intermission halfway through the play

Talk Back

the actors and director will hold an open discussion with the audience at the conclusion of the performance.

Auditons

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Time

Characters

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Auditions

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