Season 2019 Begins!   New Romantic Comedy: Things My Mother Taught Me.

If you’re looking for the perfect “date night” to complete your Valentine’s Day plans, you need look no further than the new Romantic Comedy opening in the VK Garage Theater this Friday.
Things My Mother Taught Me runs this weekend through Sunday, February 17th.
Dana Williams and Sydney Blain are mother and daughter in THINGS MY MOTHER TAUGHT ME.

In this play, which has been described in the press as “superbly written,” “lovable,” and “a show with heart and humor,” we catch up with Olivia and Gabe, a young couple moving into their first apartment together, a long way from home. Their moving day is complicated by a large easy chair jammed in their front door – and the unexpected arrival of all four of their well-meaning parents.

The script is the latest offering by young playwright Katherine DiSavino, an award winning writer for stage, television and film. Named “one of the top 100 writers in Hollywood,” DiSavino has become one of the most popular playwrights in the country, and theatrical critics have called her work “true-to-life,” and “entertaining and laugh-out-loud funny.”

The cast for Things My Mother Taught Me includes Playhouse 2000 veterans Colton VanFossen and Sydney Blain as the young couple starting a new life together. Award-winning actresses Barbara French and Dana Williams are their moms “Lydia” and “Karen,” and P2K regular Justin Radkiewicz is “Max,” the couple’s new building super.

Father and Son Carl Schupp and
Colton Van Fossen talk things over
Brand new to Playhouse 2000 stages are Carl Schupp and Bryan Schuyler,portraying the dads “Wyatt” and “Carter.”
Director Ginny Shaw‘s work is assisted by Stage Manager Devon McLaughlin and Assistant Stage Manager Jennifer Leif.
Things My Mother Taught Me will play in the VK Garage Theater beginning Friday, February 1stand run through Sunday, February 17th. Show times are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30, with two matinees, on February 10 and 17, at 2:30.
Tickets are priced at $22, general admission. You can call the box office for reservations, or click HERE to get started.
AND DON’T MISS the “Opening Night Dinner” hosted by P2K in The Cailloux Theater lobby on Friday.  The menu, catered by Rails, a Cafe at The Depot, includes “Olivia’s Caesar Salad,” “Gabe’s Pork Loin with Apple Bourbon Demi Glaze,” with mashed potatoes and green beans, and “Security Deposit Snickerdoodle Cake” for dessert.  Your get both Dinner and Show for just $57 per person ($35 if you already have your tickets.)  Call to reserve your place today!

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