By David Hare
June 16 – July 9, 2017
in The Zehngebot-Stonerock Theater
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A multiple award-winning British drama, Skylight frames the reeling aftermath of an extramarital May-December romance and its subsequent ripples, affecting everyone it touched. After their affair was exposed, feelings of betrayal, abandonment, and guilt sent lovers Kyra and Tom ricocheting in opposite directions, each brewing resentment and judgment of the other. Determined to resolve unanswered questions, Tom’s son and Tom himself confront Kyra on her turf. David Hare’s brilliance is evident, as the Sunday Times notes, “what is happening on the stage is both thrilling and dangerous…,” and The Spectator declares Skylight, “the play of the decade.”
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Curtain time is 8 p.m. for all evening performances and 3 p.m. for Sunday matinees.
Talkbacks – Join us for an enlightening discussion with the cast following every Thursday and Sunday performance.
Preview performances for are the Wednesday & Thursday prior to Opening Night.
Group Sales – Save when you attend with friends! Save 20% or more on groups of 10 or more. Learn more about group rates.
AME LIVINGSTON* (Margaret Church)
is in that play at Mad Cow about the crazy family, dealing with life struggles, around a dinner table. Oh, yeah – she was Essie Carmichael in You Can’t Take It With You this past fall! Nope, not that one. Then you mean August: Osage County (Karen Weston). Nope. Is it Table Manners (Annie) then? Not what I was thinking. Got it, Dinner With Friends (Karen) last summer. Huh. Ame seems to have a running streak with shows about a family around a dinner table. She’s also been in shows with Orlando Theatre Project, played Blanche Dubois in a reading of A Streetcar Named Desire at Orlando Shakespeare, done readings at PlayFest, acted in Fringe shows and at Winter Park Playhouse, and sung for Disney for many a year. Huh, I thought she looked familiar.
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