Extended for one week due to Hurricane Sandy!
“Humorous mayhem…[an] impudent and cheeky comedy…” - Times Herald Record
“…a carefully crafted tale of innocence inside a laugh out loud dark comedy…” - Hudson Valley Insider
“…funny and avant-garde…” - Happy Hudson Valley
“[Don’t]…let this play ‘leave the station’ without seeing it!” - Times Herald Record
Can a reality show save a dying town? A world premiere production with an all-star cast!
Written by Alex Goldberg. Directed by Seth Soloway.
Thursday and Friday 7:30 pm;
Saturday at 2 pm and 8 pm
Tickets $25 / $20 Students/Seniors
The small town of South Farmingham is turned upside down when Sherry, a middle-aged introverted librarian, uploads a video of herself singing onto the website of the hit TV reality show “America’s Brightest Star.” Her video unexpectedly receives millions of views, which prompts an invitation to perform on the show. Awkwardly shy, she resists, but is prodded along by her celebrity-craving assistant Amber, the ambitious mayor Dolores Danton, and Cecil Ravinsdale, the cock-sure host of “America's Brightest Star.” Addressing issues of humanity's differing relationships with fame, fortune and social media, this dark comedy tackles fleeting fame, dying towns, and raw talent.
Ed Crawford* (original Cash Cab host)
Kathryn Kates* (Bakery Lady on Seinfeld)
Kevin Loreque* (Person of Interest)
Charleigh E. Parker* (Boardwalk Empire)
Catia Ojeda* (30 Rock)
Megan Tusing (Law and Order)
Jeffrey C. Wolf* (Boardwalk Empire)
Production Stage Manager – Heather Arnson*
Set Design- Bill Bywater
Lighting Design- Emily Bean
Costume Design- Bobby Pearce**
Sound Design- Scott O’Brien
Projection Design- Grant McDonald
* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
** Member United Scenic Artists Local USA 829