Classic American play at Shelter Theater

By Mary Prausa

On Thursday and Friday, March 13th and 14th, the Shelter Theater invites you to take a stroll down memory lane when it presents a radio play version of the Tony Award winning play Morning’s At Seven by Paul Osborn. Written in 1939, this bittersweet comedy tells the story of four sisters and their respective families. The Gibbs sisters have grown up together and grown old together. They have shared secrets and kept secrets. This day, everyone is poised to meet the newest addition to the extended family. What then ensues is a charming and heartfelt encounter with the human condition.

Morning’s At Seven
By Paul Osborn
Fri, Mar, 14, 7pm
Shelter Theater
Vicente Guerrero 4
50 pesos

Morning’s At Seven won the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play in 1980.

An audience favorite, it was revived in 2002 and again received critical acclaim.

The radio play version of Morning’s At Seven features some of San Miguel’s finest talent. The cast includes: James Newell, Lois Read, Anne Campbell, Gregory Diamont, Barbara Ziff, Marte Fraser, John Wharton, Cleo Kamelhar and Henry Vermillion. Directed by Mary Birmingham, Morning’s At Seven will be at the Shelter Theater at 4  Vicente Guerrero on March 14. Curtain at 7pm. Admission 50 pesos.


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