The first productions of the The Curtain Club Online Theatre Series will take place over October and will include three short one-act plays performed and filmed on our stage in front of a small audience of our volunteers. The first play is the comedy, Chocolate by Frederick Stroppel, the second play is the adapted short story, The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin, and the final play is the comedy, Enid and Pearl Have Tea by Lyn McCauley & Gretchen Huntley.
We are also pleased to announce that our Online Theatre Series will continue with two plays written by Curtain Club members: a great new mystery, Close to Death by Joan Burrows later this year and a fantastic new comedy, Surrender Dorothy by Liz Best early in 2021.
Stay tuned for more information!
During the COVID-19 pandemic, see here for more information on how our theatre is working to keep our volunteers and audiences safe.
Rest assured that The Curtain Club Theatre will endure and, with the kind support of our theatre family, we will continue to provide high quality productions that offer creative opportunities, welcome and encourage diversity, and tell stories that entertain and challenge. Once we safely reach the other side of this pandemic, The Curtain Club Theatre will be here to warmly welcome you back.
Until we see you again, please stay healthy and safe.
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