St. Jean's Players

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A friendly neighborhood theater group that produces classics and new works.


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Production History

Heaven Can Wait  | Open: 05/11/12 Close: 05/20/12
"Heaven Can Wait" is a fantasy-comedy about a prizefighter accidentally sent to Heaven too soon due to a heavenly mistake. He is given a new body -- a ruthless, millionaire businessman with a murderous wife. How will he escape her clutches to find new love and happiness with a young women that sees the true man inside his new body?


About the Company: St. Jean's Players

A friendly neighborhood theater group that produces classics and new works.

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Many Happy Returns  | Open: 02/20/09 Close: 02/22/09
Two plays by classic authors and two world premieres, all on the theme of what goes around comes around. A varied evening, mixing comedy and drama, the old and the new. There's something for everyone in this latest installment of the St. Jean's Players' annual one-acts festival.

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Morning's At Seven  | Open: 05/21/10 Close: 05/30/10
The backyard of two houses in a small mid-western town is the setting for Paul Osborn's 1939 comic drama.  Cora shares her house, and, disconcertingly, perhaps her husband Thor, with her younger sister Aaronetta.  Across the yard, their sister Ida and her husband Carl live with Homer, their unmarried 40-year old son.  A few blocks off, the eldest sister, Esty, and her husband of 55 years David, barely co-exist on separate floors of a house divided.  When Homer brings home Myrtle, his long-suffering girlfriend, to meet the folks, all nine of these vividly drawn characters face critical choices that will determine the course of the rest of their lives.

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My Fair Lady  | Open: 11/09/12 Close: 11/18/12
What happens when a pedantic professor of linguistics meets an ambitious Cockney flower girl? Often considered the greatest musical ever writtten, this classic Tony Award winning musical based on George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion" will delight theatregoers of all ages.  

Directed by Sharon Lowe, Musical Direction by Nancy Parish, Choreography by Diane Collins.

Costumes by M.C. Waldrep and Diane Piro, Sets and Logo by Greg Guiteras, Lights and Sound by Jay Fink.

Starring: Steven Ackerman - Ron Barba - Lori Bores - Susanne Brinnitzer - Stephanie Brooks - Danielle Carroll - Julia Farina - Jay Fink - Jacklyn Grigg - Lee Kline - James Lane - David Mackler - Sam E. Marks - Steven Martin - Kevin Martinez - Charles Mobbs - Sharon O'Neal - Pamela Robbins - John Patrick Sabatos - Sharon Schiller - Anlami Shaw - Genevieve Thompson - Ramon Torres - M.C. Waldrep -Melissa Weisbach - Cynthia Whitman -Warren Wyss
 


 


About the Company: St. Jean's Players

A friendly neighborhood theater group that produces classics and new works.

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Never Too Late  | Open: 05/08/09 Close: 05/17/09
Harry and Edith, happily or at least resignedly married for 25 years, find their middle-class suburban existence turned upside down when they learn that they are about to have a baby.  The turmoil caused by the impending blessed event will either infuse their bond with new life and purpose, or derail it entirely.  This warmly funny play opened on Broadway in November 1962 and ran for 1007 performances, making it the 14th longest running comedy in Broadway history.      

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Talking Pictures  | Open: 05/13/11 Close: 05/22/11
Mothers and daughters  . . . Fathers and sons

Families staying together . . . Families breaking apart

Exes and lovers . . . Methodists and Baptists

Valentino, Jolson, a gun . . . Texas, summer, 1929 . . .

Silent movies . . . TALKING PICTURES

In Horton Foote's play, Myra Tolliver is a single mother raising her 14-year old son in Harrison, Texas. It's 1929, and Myra's livelihood as piano player at the local silent movie theater is jeopardized by the arrival of the Talkies. Events threaten to spiral out of hand when both Myra's ex-husband and the ex-wife of her beau Willis turn up on the same day.


About the Company: St. Jean's Players

A friendly neighborhood theater group that produces classics and new works.

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To Kill A Mockingbird  | Open: 11/11/11 Close: 11/20/11
Scout, a young girl in a quiet southern town, is about to experience the dramatic events that will affect the rest of her life. She and her brother, Jem, are being raised by their widowed father, Atticus, and by a strong-minded housekeeper, Calpurnia. Wide-eyed Scout is fascinated with the sensitively revealed people of her small town, but, from the start, there's a rumble of thunder just under the calm surface of the life here.


About the Company: St. Jean's Players

A friendly neighborhood theater group that produces classics and new works.

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