Stray Kats Theatre Company offers 40% discount on season subscription

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Stray Kats Theatre Company is offering a 40% discount for full-season subscriptions to their 2nd season. That's just $90 ( a $150 value).

Newtown's only professional theatre company, SKTC currently offers staged readings of contemporary classics and new works at the Alexandria Room at Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main Street, Newtown. Each evening includes coffee and dessert by Andrea's Pastry Shop, post play discussion and stimulating theatre aimed at adult audiences. All shows are on Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.

This season includes:

November 19: "Holiday Memories" by Truman Capote, a feel-good holiday reminiscence by the author of "In Cold Blood" and "Breakfast at Tiffany's".

January 14: "Butcher's Cabin" by Kent R. Brown. An SKTC New Work by award-winning playwright Kent R. Brown. Upon receiving a compassionate release from prison, Amos Butcher tries to find forgiveness and rebuild what is left of his life.

February 25: “Seascape” by Edward Albee. The Pulitzer Prize winning play about evolution and aging, life, love and the fear of losing it. Funny, touching and life-affirming.

March 10: "By The Heirs of St. Patrick" by Steve Bellwood. Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, an "Irish Commedical Eclectica Profundis with the Ballygas All Blarney and Blatherin Dramatics, Poetics and Phonetics Club."

April 28: "Wonderful World" by Richard Dresser. "Bright and brittle and oh so nasty..." A hilarious look at relationships and the mess we make of them. From the 25th Annual Humana Festival.

May 12: “The Subject Was Roses” by Frank D. Gilroy. Winner of the 1965 Tony Award, the NY Drama Critics Circle Award and the Pulitzer Prize, as well as the 1968 Oscar, a young WWII veteran finds himself caught up in his parents' turbulent relationship. 



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