M-A's "Stage Door"-Two Performances Left
Original post made by Lyn Napel on Nov 6, 2011
Fresh-faced and hopeful, with school behind them and home miles away, Big Life Decisions loom large for the resident actresses of a New York City boarding house as they strive to make it big on Broadway in the 1930's. M-A Drama proudly presents the classic dramatic comedy, "Stage Door" by Edna Ferber and George Kaufman, which opened on Thursday, November 3rd. These ambitious, young women struggle to make sense of the huge gap between their lofty dreams and aspirations, and the harsh realities of The Great Depression they're all living through. They face rejection, grapple with temptation and loss, and find love and romance in the competitive world of The Theater. You'll be right there rooting for them as they each decide their own fate in the heartfelt and zany world of Broadway's "Stage Door."
There are two performances left! A must see for anyone in love with classic theater!
At the Menlo-Atherton High School Performing Arts Center
Ringwood Avenue entrance, just off Middlefield Road
Thursday, November 10th at 3:30 PM
Saturday, November 12th at 7:30 PM
Adults $12, Students/Staff/Seniors $8
$4 Student tickets on Thursdays!
Purchase tickets at the Box Office before shows or online at:
"Stage Door" tickets (Web Link)
For more information, contact Cara Arcuni, PAC manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo Caption: Hanna Berggren playing Jean Maitland, surrounded by part of the ensemble cast in a scene from "Stage Door." Photo taken by Sandy Napel 11/3.
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