March 4 – 6, 11 – 13 & 18 - 20, 2016
by Neil Simon
Director: Patricia Hoefler
Free-spirited Corie Bratter, and her more uptight lawyer husband, Paul, are starting their lives together in a small brownstone. Corie – who is more impulsive – begins to question Paul’s sense of adventure, while Paul is concerned about Corie’s lack of judgement, particularly after Corie sets up a date between her widowed mother, Ethel, and the outgoing Victor Velasco. The couple argues over this, which leads them to consider a divorce. In the end, however, love prevails.
An online humanities instructor, Patricia Hoefler returns to Aurora Players stage after 34 years. She moved to Rhode Island in the 1980s and performed in various community theater productions. She earned her BA degree in theater and MFA in Performance and Society at Rhode Island College, she appeared in RIC productions of The Art of Dining and Twelve Angry Women. She’s directed a number of plays: a modernized version of The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Greater Tuna, Fools, and an abridged version of Death and the Maiden, as well as written and workshopped several plays. Residing in Orchard Park – with her cat, Max, and her dog, Gideon – Patricia, a singer at heart, finds time to sing in the choir at Saint John Vianney Church.
Friday & Saturday performances begin at 8:00
Sunday performances begin at 2:30
Adults - $12
Seniors (62 and over) - $11
Students (18 and under) - $11
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