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This event is a staged reading featuring Stephanie Linas and Daniel Schwait. Jack and Ruth, a seemingly perfect match, are suddenly faced with the question of marriage. In this smart and spirited play by David Ives, serious differences, previously swept under the rug, are now forced into the light. She is culturally Jewish, and her parents reject her dating outside the faith; he is a lapsed Catholic who scorns organized religion. She enjoys the finer things in life, while he is happy to live with little means. She wants to get married and have a family. He has been married before and vows never to be again. They make their cases with razor-sharp wit and poignant pleas, but is staying together the right thing to do?
Join the Johansen-Markard Piano Duo as they play a festive holiday program of old and new Christmas music. Included in the program are four-hand arrangements of classics, including "Silent Night," "Christmas Time Is Here," and excerpts from the Nutcracker Suite. Then join in a rollicking sing-along with Christmas and winter favorites.
Amy Oestreicher had ambitious plans for Broadway until she abruptly developed a blood clot the week before her high school prom. After being rushed to the hospital, her stomach exploded in the operating room, and after both her lungs collapsed, she nearly died. After waking up from a coma several months later, she was told she no longer had a stomach, and it was unknown whether she would ever be able to eat or drink again. After 27 surgeries and spending six of the past 10 years unable to drink a drop of fluid, Amy's digestive system was miraculously reconstructed, and she learned that the human spirit heals through "gutsiness," gratitude, and an abundance of humor.
Springs Community Theater presents A Night of Vaudeville, which combines singing, dancing, acting, and comedy.
Directed by Jayne Freedman and Diana Horn Produced by Barbara Mattson
$45: ticket and buffet dinner Buffet dinner includes: herb crusted salmon/chicken Francaise/roasted potatoes/vegetable medley/penne alla vodka/salad/rolls & butter/small glass of wine included/cash bar
Dinner is from 6 to 7:30pm and the show starts at 7:30pm.
This event is a staged reading of a new play by Marianna Levine. The play questions whether luck in love and life is about random chance or a matter of fate. When the two Gardiner sisters return to Hawaii after 20 years to bury their mother's ashes, they find that their childhood garden, the place where their mother wished to be buried, has been destroyed. While the Gardiners wait at the Manoa Valley Inn for their father to arrive with the ashes, they are surprised to discover that an old friend of theirs, now a well-known TV star, is also staying at the inn for one night with his father, a former University of Hawaii professor and colleague of their father's. Like the Gardiners' recently deceased mother, their friend's father is a Holocaust survivor who once had a close relationship with their mother that revolved around their love of gardening.