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February 2024

Readers' Theatre: Crusaders Amok
Feb. 17th and 18th!

The Penfield Players are thrilled to present their Winter Readers' Theater, "Crusaders Amok", written and directed by local playwright Tristan Berlet.

 

If you liked what the British did for the Spanish Inquisition, you’ll love what Tristan.

 

Afraid of death? You're a lot smarter than any of the characters in this new crusading comedy. But if you aren't, then join this crew of noble madmen as they set out to destroy anything and everything in the name of Innocent; Pope Innocent to be exact, and his Crusade!

Cast:

  • - Dean Amsler - servant and Thibault’s Servant

  • - Ross Amsty - Secretariat, Enrico Dandolo

  • - Meghan Brooks - Thibault of Champagne

  • - Abby DuVuyst - Giovanni de San Paolo, Announcer

  • - Peter Elliott - Pope Innocent, Baldwin of Flanders

  • - Megan Griffin-Adams - King Richard, Marie of Flanders

  • - Phyllis Hirsch - Nivelo of Soissons

  • - Charles Palella - Guido de Papa, Martin of Paris

  • - Elizabeth Saunders - Giovanni Carelli, King John, Louis of Blois

  • - Derek Schneider - Peter Capuano, blacksmith

  • - Carl Webster - Geoffrey of Villehardouin

  • - Eileen Webster - Celestine, Merchant 2

 

Performances are :
1. Saturday, February 17th, at 2:00 PM
2. Sunday, February 18th at 2:00 PM

As is the Players' tradition, both performances are free to the public, but donations are gladly accepted.

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Moon Over Buffalo cast list announced

The Penfield Players are excited to announce the cast list for "Moon Over Buffalo", written by Ken Ludwig and directed by Shawn Essler

 

Cast list:

  • Maggie Cain - Charlotte

  • Ken Klamm - George

  • Hope Kollarik - Eileen

  • Rob O'Neill - Richard

  • Brian Tan - Paul

  • Natalie Walton - Rosalind

  • Wendy Webster - Ethel

  • Kaleab Wiggins - Howard

 

A travelling repertory theatre company are on tour and dealing with dwindling audiences due to the rise of televisions in the home in 1953. But famous movie director Frank Capra is in town to see the show and could be the answer to their prayers for Hollywood stardom. Affairs, lawyers, mistaken identities, poor communication, and a healthy dose of day-drinking threaten to derail the entire thing!

 

All this and more in beautiful downtown Buffalo!!!

 

Six Performances at the Penfield Community Center at 1985 Baird Road, Penfield, NY 14526

Show Performances run from April 26th through May 11th.

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