Community Stuff 2/28/14
Fishtown Players Theatre is looking for backstage volunteers for its upcoming production of Evan Smith’s, The Savannah Disputation. They are looking for people who can help out with ushering, publicity and stage hands etc.
The Savannah Disputation is a comedy drenched in southern charm, infused with a pinch of hellfire and a dollop of damnation. Two eccentric Catholic sisters find themselves in a verbal smack down with a door-to-door evangelist in their own home. Crackling with wit and brimming with emotion, what unfolds is an up-to-the-minute comedy about organized religion, faith and morals in the not-so-United States.
The show runs:
Thurs. through Sundays, March 20th – 30th
Thurs. Mar. 20, Pay as You Can at 7:30pm
Fri & Sat Mar. 21, 22, 28, 29 at 7:30pm
A benefit performance for the Gloucester Writers Center on Thurs. Mar. 27 at 7:30 (all welcome) Call our reservation number or The Writers Center at, 978-283-7738
At the Gorton Theatre (home of Gloucester Stage Co.)
267 E. Main Street, Gloucester
For reservations please call 978-515 7957 or
Visit our website
Tickets $18 Seniors $15 Students $10
Also can be reached at http://fishtownplayers.com
The Fishtown Players delivers the heaven-sent comedy “The Savannah Disputation” to the Gorton Theatre in Gloucester. The four-person play is drenched in southern charm, infused with a pinch of hellfire and a dollop of damnation. Two sisters aren’t prepared for the well-versed door-to-door missionary as she trash-talks the Catholic church. The sisters plan revenge by enlisting the help of their unsuspecting parish priest, and a theological smack down begins. Crackling with wit and brimming with emotion, what unfolds is a delightful comedy about organized religion, faith and morals in the not-so-United States. Starring Kristine Burke, Jay DiPrima, Jessie Sorrells and Lauren Suchecki. Directed by David McCaleb. Produced by Michael McNamera. “VERY funny…blissfully entertaining.” —NYTheatre.com “A theological back-and-forth with plenty of laughs.” —Boston Globe “Seemingly endless side-splitting moments.” – The Boston Metro
Sale at La Provence!
Hi Joey C & GMG Readers!
We’re getting ready for new inventory to arrive soon but we need to make room first!
Entire store 30%-50% OFF until March 2nd!!!
Dawn @ La Provence
4 Main Street
Current Hours: Thursday thru Sunday 11am-5pm
I’m really excited to share that a Cape Ann Contra Dance is happening this Saturday, March 1 at the First Baptist Church on Gloucester Ave., Gloucester. A recent survey of dancers showed that many would prefer a night other than Sundays, so here we go!
There will be an intro to dance basics workshop at 7:30, with the dance starting at 8:00. The live music will be led by house band members Nathan Cohen and John Hicks and will likely include sit-ins and maybe a surprise guest!
Complimentary coffee and tea will be available throughout the evening.
We really hope to see both new and familiar faces on the dance floor.
More details can be found at https://www.facebook.com/CapeAnnContraDance
Thanks for helping us spread the word!