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Miners Alley Playhouse Announces 2011 Season


Miners Alley Playhouse, who took home the 2010 Henry Award for Outstanding Season for a Theatre, announced its 2011 season today.

1224 Washington Avenue (13th and Washington, entrance on 13th).
Fri./Sat. 7:30 p.m.; Sun. 2 p.m.
Tickets: $19 – $26.50
Call 303-935-3044  or online at minersalley.com

 

Don’t Dress for Dinner

January 14-February 27
by Marc Camelotti adapted by Robin Hawdon
Directed by Robert Kramer.

Bernard is planning a weekend with his chic Parisian mistress in a French farmhouse. It’s foolproof; what could possibly go wrong? “Hurtling along at the speed of light, [this] breathtaking farce is a near faultless piece of theatrical invention.” – The Guardian.

Fiction

March 11-April 24
by Steven Dietz
Directed by Richard H. Pegg

Linda and Michael Waterman are both successful writers and thrive on their unusually honest and candid relationship. However, when they decide to share their diaries with one another, the boundaries between past and present, fact and fiction, trust and betrayal begin to break down.
“Everything about the play has an elegance and richness our theater sees too seldom.”-Howard Kissel, New York Daily News

Rose Colored Glass

May 6- June19
by Susan Bigelow & Janice Goldberg
Directed by Rick Bernstein

Set in 1938 Chicago, “Rose Colored Glass” takes place in the back rooms of Lady O’Riley’s and Rose Fleishman’s delicatessen. Their disparate worlds, separated by much more than the alley between their kitchens, are about to collide.  “…tragic and humorous…touching…resonates with challenges we face in the world in which we live today.” – The Times Standard.

A Touch of Spring

July 8-August 28
by Samuel Taylor
Directed by Richard H. Pegg

Dealing with love and red tape and the magical atmosphere of Rome in the spring, this delightful witty comedy (presented on Broadway as AVANTI!) went on to phenomenal success in London in the newly revised version offered here.
“…it is warm and funny and, above all, civilized.” —NY Newsday.

The Night of the Iguana

September 9- October 23
by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Rick Bernstein

Set against the lush and steamy background of sub-tropical Mexico, this is the story of a conflicted defrocked minister and the women who fight for his body and soul. Reduced to working as a two-bit tour guide, besieged by inner demons, the man struggles to hang on to his dignity. A tale of lust, love, and redemption, told by the great American play master. “…Williams’ most mature work.” —NY Daily News.

A Rocky Mountain Holiday

November 11- December 18
With additional performances on December 20, 21, & 22
created by Richard H. Pegg & Paige Larson
Directed by Robert Kramer

What happens when both friends and strangers are thrust together for the holidays? An evening of story and song to delight one and all this holiday season.

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