Hovey Players Present "Private Lives" by Noel Coward

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Hovey Players finishes its 75th Season with Private Lives, Noel Coward’s classic comedy, directed by Ronni Marshak and produced by Sara Jones. Performances are May 13 to 28, 2011 at the Abbott Memorial Theater, 9 Spring Street at Joel’s Way in Waltham, Mass., located next to the Waltham Public Library.

The Story:  Divorcees Elyot and Amanda unwittingly book adjoining rooms while honeymooning with their new spouses – Sybil and Victor. Realizing a pair of mistaken marriages, Elyot and Amanda attempt to escape their mismatched partners together. They flee their honeymoon accommodations and unsuspecting spouses and resume their romance in Amanda’s secluded Paris flat, only to be discovered several days later by their jilted lovers.

The Cast includes Ian Dowell as Elyot Chase, Deanna McLean as Sybil Chase, Edmund Golaski as Victor Prynne, Kate Forrestall as Amanda Prynne, and Rosanna Pacitti as Louise. 

Join us on opening night on Friday, May 13, when we will provide complimentary refreshments and dishes donated by Baan Thai Restaurant immediately following the performance.

Hovey Players offers quality theatre, affordable ticket prices, and free parking at the intimate, 52-seat Abbott Memorial Theater. Performances are May 13, 14, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28 at 8pm with one matinee on Sunday, May 15 at 2pm.   (Please note that this matinee normally occurs the middle weekend of performances, but with this production, the matinee has been scheduled opening weekend instead).

Tickets are $16, general admission, and $14 for seniors and students. For reservations, email reservations@hoveyplayers.com or call 781-893-9171.

Hovey Players is also proud to continue its successful Hovey Gives Back program, which allows each director the opportunity to help raise awareness for a charitable organization of his or her choice. The designated organization for Private Lives is the American Red Cross.  Audience donations will go towards relief efforts for the victims of the Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami.  Visit them at www.redcross.com.


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