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On Borrowed Time
  Mar. 9, 16, 22, 23, 2019 @ 8PM
Mar. 17, 2019 @ 2PM - Matinee
Tickets: $22.00
Active Military Personnel & Students:$10.00


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A drama
by Paul Osborn

Directed by Linda Viel
Produced by Anne King
Stage Managed by TBD

On Borrowed Time

Gramps is idolized by his young grandson, Pud, who models his every action after the old man. But Gramps' salty expressions and rough behavior are frowned upon by both the strait-laced Aunt Demetria and Granny, so Aunt Demetria comes to live with them, hoping she can steer the boy in the right direction. Death, in the form of Mr. Brink, comes to claim Gramps but is forcibly sent about his business. Still, he manages to take Granny instead and later returns for Gramps, who outwits Brink by trapping him up an apple tree, thus suspending Death throughout the universe. Aunt Demetria, who can't see Mr. Brink in the tree, tries to prove that Gramps is insane in order to get legal possession of Pud. Matters come to a climax when one of the townspeople tries to take Gramps to an institution and is shot. But the victim refuses to die, and the others plead with Gramps to release Brink so that the world can resume its normal cycle. At this moment, Brink tricks Pud into climbing the tree, and the boy falls, fatally injuring himself. In order not to be separated from Pud, Gramps allows Brink to come down from the tree and willingly goes with him to the gates of Eternity where he is greeted by his beloved Granny, scolding him as usual.

 
The Cast
Gramps (Julian Northrup)  To Be Cast
Granny (Nellie Northrup)To Be Cast
Aunt Demetria Riffle To Be Cast
Mr. Brink (aka Death) To Be Cast
Marcia Giles To Be Cast
Dr. Evans To Be Cast
Mr. Pilbeam To Be Cast
Mr. Grimes To Be Cast
Boy/Pud To Be Cast
Sheriff To Be Cast
Workman 1 To Be Cast
Workman 2 To Be Cast

 
The Production Staff
Director Linda Viel
ProducerAnne King
Stage Manager TBD
Properties Mistress JoAnne Lemenille / Jean Lioy
Set Design Bill McMeekan
Set Decor JoAnne Lemenille/Jean Lioy
Lighting Design Ed Whitman
Lighting Operator Ed Whitman
Sound Design Glen Crane
Sound Operator Mike Bieber
Publicity Steve Lemenille
Webmaster Steve Lemenille
Playbill Katie Engel
Box Office Director Wendy Bregman
Box Office Alexandria Roll
Costumes Ed Bontempo
Stage Crew Jean Lioy/JoAnne Lemenille
Lighting assistant Dave Frey
Photographer Steve Lemenille
Videographer Stuart Schnitzer
Set Construction Chair George Hiltz
Set Construction Sal Villani
Set Construction Russ Ortiz
Set Construction Ed Whitman




4 Great Shows!
8:00 PM Curtain Time
2:00 PM Curtain Time Jan 20nd

(All 4 shows for $65)

Individual Shows: $22
Musicals: $25

The Foreigner is produced under special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.  

Funding has been made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, through a grant administered by the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs  

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