January 10 & 11
Can a man be too protective of the niece he has raised from
childhood? Watch the drama unfold as two illegal immigrants
from Italy take residence in the uncle's house to work on the
docks in Red Hook, Brooklyn, in 1955. Don't miss this
collaborative Literature Forum/Royal Palm Players reading of
one of Arthur Mill's most riveting plays.
February 13 - 17
Garry Essendine, an aging, self-absorbed, London-based stage
actor, finds himself in the midst of a mid-life crisis of both a
personal and career sort. He discovers he must juggle his
appetite for and his disdain of his fawning admirers, while
under the judgmental eyes of those men and women –
primarily women – who know and love him best, as he
prepares for what he hopes will be a "career-reviving" tour of
March 12 & 17
What could possibly happen on a Transatlantic Crossing?
Well, just about Anything Goes on board ship, all while
singing The Top Cole Porter songs. Blow a Horn and Get
a Kick Out of this RPP production.
It's De-singing. It's De-dancing. "It's De-lovely."