“Our Town” on stage Nov. 14-16

Community Players of Greene County will present the American classic, “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 14-16 in the Greene County High School auditorium.

“Our Town,” written in 1938, tells the story of Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire, through the everyday lives of its residents from 1901 through 1913. Grover’s Corners is perhaps similar to any Greene County town. Using minimal sets and props, the audience is drawn into Grover’s Corners through the narration of the stage manager.

Vicky Gliem (left) and Alicia Sloan work on their lines in the Community Player’s production of “Our Town.” Performances are slated for Nov, 14, 15, and 16.

Josh Tuel is directing the large cast that includes Alicia Sloan as the stage manager and Sam Craig, Darren Jackson and Stephanie Hall as Dr and Mrs Gibbs, Avery Bardole as George Gibbs, Sophia Price as Rebecca Gibbs, Chad Stevens as Mr Webb, Alexis Hooper as Mrs Webb, Ely Hardaway as Wally Webb, Madison Hall as Emily Webb, Corbin Tuel as Joe Crowell, Brian Hardaway as Howie Newsome, Vicky Gliem as Professor Willard, Linda Nichols as Sally Stimson, Grace Hardaway as Mrs Soames, Tim Pound as Constable Warren, Aden Bardole as Si Crowell, and Terri Delp as Joe Stoddard. Taylor Dahlberg and Clay Ross will play roles in the audience.

Curtain time for all three performances is 7 pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for students. Tickets are available as follows: Thursday performance, The Printer’s Box; Friday performance, Peoples Bank in Jefferson; and Saturday performance, Home State Bank. Tickets will be sold at the door as they’re available.

“Our Town” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc, a Concord Theatrics Company.

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