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Communicating Doors Opens YTI 61st Season September 12

Aug 22, 2007 - Sep 22, 2007
  • For Information:
  • Edward J. Maguire, Publicity Director
  • EMail: info@yourtheatre.org

NEW BEDFORD, MA -- Alan Ayckbourn’s highly acclaimed play Communicating Doors, a stunning theatre piece, and the first major production of Your Theatre, Inc.’s 61st Season opens on September 12 for a nine performance run. Directed by Your Theatre’s Lawrence R. Houbre, Jr. of New Bedford the play runs Wednesdays through Saturdays September 12-15 and 19-22, 2007 with a matinee Sunday, September 16. Curtain time is 8:00 p.m. for all shows except the 2:30 p.m. Sunday matinee.

Cast in the production are Stephanie Caron of Wareham, Cynthia Sullivan of Taunton, Fedje Lang, Robin Richard, Harvey Ussach, and Aaron Viera of New Bedford. Lawrence R. Houbre, III, also of New Bedford, is production stage manager.

This intricate time traveling comic thriller by the British master of farcical comedy delighted London and New York audiences. A London sex specialist from the future stumbles into a murder plot that sends her, compliments of a unique set of hotel doors, traveling back in time. She and two women who were murdered in 1998 and 1978 race back and forth in time trying to rewrite history and prevent their own violent ends. The frantic race begins when the sex specialist is hired for an evening at the Regal Hotel by an old man who eschews a fling in favor of confessing his role in the demise of his wives. Now a target, the specialist flees into the vestibule and somehow triggers the time machine.

"A real knockout.... A vastly entertaining blend of the West End drawing room thriller with one of Priestley's old time plays, where characters go whirling throughout time. Of course, Ayckbourn has added innumerable piquant and bizarre details of his own.... This is a show to see." N.Y. Post. ---- "An inventive diversion." N.Y. Times.

For non-subscribers ticket prices are $12.00 for Wednesday, Thursday, or Sunday performances, $14.00 for Friday shows, and $15.00 for Saturday performances.

However, a single $2.00 discount for each show is available to any person who presents proof of membership in the American Automobile Association, Massachusetts Teachers Association, New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce, or Southcoast Health System's Employee Advantage Program. Other discounts are available for senior citizens, students, and military personnel.

For more information, or to make reservations, call the theatre at 508-993-0772 or E-Mail your request to: info@yourtheatre.org.

This press release is about Communicating Doors