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The Savannah Sipping Society

Nov 29
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Dec 15

In this delightful, laugh-a-minute comedy, four unique Southern women, all needing to escape the sameness of their day-to-day routines, are drawn together by Fate—and an impromptu happy hour—and decide it's high time to reclaim the enthusiasm for life they've lost through the years.

Written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten & directed by Torry Clark

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Thursdays at 7:00pm: Dec 5 & 12

Fridays at 7:00pm: Nov 29, Dec 6 & 13

Saturdays at 7:00pm: Nov 30, Dec 7 & 14

Sundays at 2:00pm: Dec 1, 8 & 15

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Spring Shorts

Feb 28
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Mar 1

Back by popular demand! Another evening of short plays and monologues.

Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun

Mar 5
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Mar 22, 2020

Robert, a thirty-five year old man with the mental capacity of a child, meets Holly, a pregnant young woman in crisis. Against all odds and amidst great uncertainty, the two bond and an unexpected family is born Norm Foster’s Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun provides a perfect blend of drama and comedy while reminding us that sometimes goodbye is just a new beginning.

Written Norm Foster & directed by Josee Duffhues

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Thursdays: Doors at 7:00pm Show at 7:30 pm – March 5, 12 and 19

Fridays: Doors at 7:00pm Show at 7:30 pm – March 6, 13 and 20

Saturdays: Doors at 7:00pm Show at 7:30 pm – March 7, 14 and 21

Sundays: Doors at 1:30pm, Show at 2:00 pm – March 8, 15, and 22

Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun

Mar 5, 2020
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Mar 22, 2020

Robert, a thirty-five year old man with the mental capacity of a child, meets Holly, a pregnant young woman in crisis. Against all odds and amidst great uncertainty, the two bond and an unexpected family is born. Norm Foster’s Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun provides a perfect blend of drama and comedy while reminding us that sometimes goodbye is just a new beginning.

Written by Norm Foster & directed by Josee Duffhues

Ladies of the Camellias

Apr 20, 2020
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May 17, 2020

In 1897, two different actresses, Sarah Bernhardt and Eleonora Duse, were both to perform "The Lady of the Camellia" in Paris in the same week and at the same theater. Alexandre Dumas, fils, the French author who wrote the play, has particular complaints about both of their performances. Their respective co-stars, Gustave-Hippolite Worms and Flavio Ando, are caught in the actresses' melodrama and competition. However, a Russian anarchist named Ivan decides to take the two actresses hostage and threatens to blow up the theater if two of his comrades are not released from prison.

Written by Lillian Groag & directed by Charles Harman

Ladies of the Camellias

Apr 20
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May 17, 2020

In 1897, two different actresses, Sarah Bernhardt and Eleonora Duse, were both to perform "The Lady of the Camellia" in Paris in the same week and at the same theater. Alexandre Dumas, fils, the French author who wrote the play, has particular complaints about both of their performances. Their respective co-stars, Gustave-Hippolite Worms and Flavio Ando, are caught in the actresses' melodrama and competition. However, a Russian anarchist named Ivan decides to take the two actresses hostage and threatens to blow up the theater if two of his comrades are not released from prison.

Written by Lillian Groag & directed by Charles Harman

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The Savannah Sipping Society

Nov 29
‍-
Dec 15, 2019

In this delightful, laugh-a-minute comedy, four unique Southern women, all needing to escape the sameness of their day-to-day routines, are drawn together by Fate—and an impromptu happy hour—and decide it's high time to reclaim the enthusiasm for life they've lost through the years.

Written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten & directed by Torry Clark

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The Dining Room

Sep 19
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Oct 6

The play is a comedy of manners, set in a single dining room where 18 scenes from different households overlap and intertwine. Presumably, each story is focused around a different family during different time periods who has in their possession the same dining room furniture set, manufactured in 1898.

By A.R. Gurney, Directed by Mort Paul