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Our first 2020 production, The Tin Woman, written by playwright Sean Grennan, is truly a heartfelt production. It is a skillfully written play where comedy, truthfulness, and sorrow are interwoven in a moving way. All of the characters come to grips with what it means to truly give one’s heart. This play, demonstrating the power of the human spirit to manifest hope, is based on a true story and is a play that no-one will want to miss.
TCP is VERY pleased to introduce a SIGNIFICANT addition for audiences attending The Tin Woman. Following performances on Saturday, February 15 and Friday, February 22. TCP will host an actual heart transplant recipient who will discuss heart donation with the audience. These “talk-back” sessions will include the director and all the members of the cast and will focus on audience questions, observations and comments. TCP plans to contact donor organizations to secure pamphlets and applications for those interested in becoming an organ donor; this info will be available in the lobby for all performances. People planning to see the play on different production dates are invited to attend these two “talk-back” sessions and can simply arrive after the performances to join in on these sessions. A detailed time will be provided at a later date.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CAST OF
A RED PLAID SHIRT
Russ Rinehart (Marty), Judy Douglas (Deb), Richard Evans (Fred Baxter), Deborah Sanchez (Gladys Baxter)
TCP is very pleased to announce that its 2020 musical - Church Basement Ladies - is scheduled for production in early October. As is typical for upcoming plays, scripts are available now in the library, as well as scores and accompanying CDs.