“January Thaw” is a gentle, charming comedy about the Gage family, who are trying to settle down in the old farmhouse they've acquired – and about Jonathan and Mathilda Rockwood, the original owners of the house, who show up with an old deed giving them the right to live there too. As a contest for possession begins, the two families are isolated together by a blizzard. In the freezing house, while the Gages breakfast on what's left—cornflakes, molasses and olives—the smell of fresh biscuits comes from the rooms of the old-fashioned Rockwoods ...
Performances at 7:30pm on April 27, 28 and 29. Tickets $15 each, available online at http://www.springglenchurch.org/tickets .
A Shakespeare Double Header (of a sort) at Spring Glen Church -- in spring 2016, the Spring Glen Theater Arts Ministry entertained us with two one-act comedies relating to everyone’s favorite 16th century playwright.
What could be more fun than a houseful of vicars ? How about one with a Russian spy , an American actor turned soldier , an actress turned vicar’s wife , the police , the maid and a faithful church member in for the experience of her life? On April 23rd, 24th and 25th, 2015 , the Theater Arts Ministry presented Philip King’s See How They Run on the Spring Glen Great Hall stage. A raucously good time was had by all!
The Theater Arts Ministry of the Spring Glen Church performed Kaufman and Hart's " George Washington Slept Here " on the evenings of Thursday, April 11th through Saturday, April 13th .
The story: New Yorker Newton Fuller is thrilled to buy a 200-year old house in the Pennsylvania woods so that he can have a piece of America all his own. OK, maybe he didn’t check out all the details first. And maybe he should have consulted his wife. But it’s a lot funnier this way. ...
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