The production of See How They Run will have its opening night and after party for Betsy Sholze on Saturday April 26th with our half price preview night Friday, April 25th. Therefore, the Thursday night last dress rehearsal on April 24th will NOT be open to the public. Tickets are still available on this website.
See How They Run
Directed by Francis A. Daley
April 25th - May 18th
April 25,26 May 2,3 9,10 16,17
Preview Apr 24, Matinees on May 4 & 18
So swift is the action, so involved the situations, so rib tickling the plot
in this London hit that at its finish audiences are left as exhausted from laughter as though they had run a foot race. Galloping in and out of the four doors of an English
vicarage are an American actor and actress (he is now stationed with the air force in England), a cockney maid who has seen too many
American movies, an old maid who
"touches alcohol for the first time in
her life," four men in clergyman suits
presenting the problem of which is
which, for disguised as one is an
escaped prisoner, and a sedate
Bishop aghast at all these goings
on and the trumped up stories they
"Breathless show, fast tempo, plenty
of laughs." —Variety
"A positive riot, in all my fifty years
in the theatre I've never heard such
laughter." —Bernard W. Suss, Elitch
Inside the Sherman Playhouse
The Sherman Playhouse announces it's new film interview venture entitled 'Inside the Sherman Playhouse" whereby President Robin Frome will kick off the new year interviewing three prominent celebrities.
The first three celebrities will be local film actor, Jack Gilpin (Kate and Allie, Law and Order, Barcelona), NYC actor/teacher/playwright, Martin Casella (Poltergeist, The Harvey Milk School, The Irish Curse) and Emmy award winning Art Director, Peter Rogness (Mildred Pierce, Die Hard 3, Winter's Tale)
Another way The Sherman Playhouse furthers their motto, "To Preserve and to Persevere" celebrating the performing arts in your community.
Subscribe to Playhouse News our e-mail newsletter and stay up to date with the latest news, announcements and developments.
Sherman Players respects your privacy and will only use your e-mail address to keep you better informed.
The Sherman Playhouse is seeking a cast of 6 men and 1 woman (ages 18 to 65) for its summer presentation of the 2014 season, the classic American drama, THE RAINMAKER by N. Richard Nash.
Monday & Tuesday
April 28th and 29th
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
at The Sherman Playhouse
[click for more information]
Directed by Bill Hughes
May 30th - June 8th
May 30,31 June 6,7
Matinees on Jun 1 & 8
The play is set in Paris in the 1970s during Marlene Dietrich's farewell concert tour. We are taken backstage and given glimpses of the everyday Dietrich. We see the woman who reinvented herself as an acclaimed chanteuse and she emerges as the ultimate professional, a perfectionist who is at times self-absorbed, generous, calculating, practical and charming. We see the Hollywood creation who never forgot her roots, her homeland and is haunted by the horrors of the Holocaust.
[click for more information]