The Skin of Our Teeth
Directed by Danielle Mari
Stage Manager Kent Halloran
May 15 & 22, 2016 at 2:00pm
Isaac Barnes, Heather Fidler, Brian Henry, Martina Holbrook, Kasey Meininger, Casey Merkey, Lizzy Merkey, Frank Peter, Heather Schultz, JJ Sheehan, Molly Watson, & Jessica Weislogel
The modern-looking Antrobus family and their seductive maid, Sabina, survive many ancient disasters, including the Ice Age, Noah's flood, war and famine, always able to start over and begin anew in this Pulitzer Prize winning dark comedy from the author of Our Town.
Note: Strobe lights and loud sound effects are used during performances.
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A Message from the President
Read the latest update from Curtain Players President Jill Taylor.
Our Big Outdoor Adventure
Updated: March 18, 2016
- Spotlight: Award Nominations Open, Due May 31
- May 19: Season 54 Script Reviews, Auditions Set
- May 18: Wilder Play Finishes Run May 20-22
- May 16: OCTA Regional June 4 in Gambier
- May 13: Players Holding Ticket Prices Steady
- May 13: Campaign Passes $7600 Mark; 20K Goal
- May 11: Incumbents, Schultz Win Board Seats
- May 09: 'Robin Hood' Cast in Rehearsal
- May 09: New Marketing Committee Renews Charge
- May 05: Elections, Town Hall on May 10 Agenda
- May 04: Festival Selects 'RFK' for Line-Up
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In the Spotlight
Award Nominations Open, Due May 31
Curtain Players is seeking nominations for its two top awards, recognitions that honor individuals who have made significant contributions and demonstrated extraordinary commitment and dedication to Curtain’s “community in theatre.”
The Volunteer of the Year Award, presented annually, recognizes an individual who has gone “above and beyond the call of duty” for the community theatre company in the current season. The Curtain Players Board of Directors will select the recipient from nominations received by a Tuesday May 31 deadline. Neil Aring was the 2015 honoree.
The Richard D. Near Award, established and bestowed in memory of a longtime Curtain Players volunteer, is presented to an individual demonstrating “continued dedication to the advancement of Curtain Players.” Near was an officer, board member, actor, director, and advocate who was instrumental in first developing the armory for local stage productions and then in the purchase and development of the Harlem Road playhouse more than 30 years ago. The Near Award is not necessarily presented every year, rather only when the board of directors receives a nomination of someone deemed worthy of the honor. The most recent recipient, James F. Petsche, received the award in 2011.
Written nominations (no more than 250 words) for both awards should be e-mailed to Vice President James F. Petsche at firstname.lastname@example.org The deadline is 11:59 PM Tuesday May 31. Nominations may be mailed to PO Box 1143, Westerville OH 43086, and must be received in the post office box no later than May 31 for consideration.
The board will review all submissions and make its decisions at its June meeting. Recipients will be announced during the Curtain Players season-end event Sunday June 26. Recipients receive plaques of their own and their names are added to plaques in the playhouse lobby.