PrettyFeet Productions Presents:
2 One-Act Comedy Classics
Who Am I This Time? by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
Lone Star by James McLure
Who Am I This Time? is an adaption of Kurt Vonnegut Jr.’s famous short story that has delighted audiences for five decades.
The story centers on Harry Nash, a terminally shy hardware store owner who is cast as the notoriously impassioned Stanley Kowalski in the Mask and Wig Drama Society’s production of A Streetcar Named Desire. However Helen, the shy and lonely new girl in town, is cast as Stella and soon falls madly in love with Harry. Or is she really in love with Stanley?
James McLure’s Lone Star is a comedy about Roy, a Vietnam vet returning home from the war, and his brother Ray, who did not “defend his country”. Join the brothers in their hilarious late night, beer-fueled adventures behind their favorite bar where after enough booze even brothers tell the truth. Lone Star was an off-Broadway hit in the 1980’s that is finding itself all to relevant again with the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
This double-bill of two classic one-act comedies plays presented by PrettyFeet Productions is at the Tarragon Extra Space from May 19 – 30, 2010. Tickets are available by phone at 416-531-1827, online at tickets.tarragontheatre.com or at the door.
VENUE: Tarragon Extra Space, 30 Bridgman Avenue
PREVIEW: Wednesday May 19, 2010
OPENS: Thursday May 20, 2010
CLOSES: Sunday May 30, 2010
PERFORMANCES: Tuesday – Saturday 8 PM; Sunday 2:30 PM
Tickets are available at the Tarragon Theatre Box Office at 416-531-1827, online at tickets.tarragontheatre.com or at the door.