Here We Are

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Here We Are

By Dorothy Parker

Sunday, December 15 at 2:00pm

Please join us for this Staged Reading
Part of our series of free salon performances


As witty in pen as she was in person, Dorothy Parker penned this sweet little play about love and marriage, with all its foibles. A young couple boards a train to begin their honeymoon, and begin their life. All their fears, hopes, and passion are condensed into this tiny little script, as they talk on the train.

Well worth the trip, Compass Rose Theater offers this play as our third Salon Show. 

The play will be followed by a post show information session about the future plans for the theater.

Location

The Graduate Hotel,
Power House building,
126 West St.
Map & Directions

Cash Bar

Email reserve@compassrosetheater.org to reserve your seat

Cast

Kate Wheeler is a native Californian who studied at ACT in San Francisco, with Kim Darby and Kathleen Freeman in Los Angeles and with many fabulous directors, both in California and Maryland. Though her studies seem to have happened 100 years ago, being on stage last was a short month ago. Kate was last seen in Compass Roses’ staged reading of Dearly Departed. Prior to that Kate has been seen over the past 15 years around Annapolis with Colonial Players, Bowie Playhouse and Theatre 11. Favorite shows include Dear Gillian, Dearly Departed, Butterfingers Angel and Chapter Two. Here we Are is a favorite of Kate’s. Huge thank you to Lucinda Merry-Brown for taking her desire to bring this forward and turning it into a staged reading! Thank you for spending the afternoon with us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joe Mucciolo is very excited to be coming back to Compass Rose for this short engagement. As an Artistic Associate, his CRT credits include: Venus in Fur, Disgraced, Fiddler on the Roof, and Inherit the Wind. Other regional credits include: Hamlet, Free for All and Romeo & Juliet, Free for All with Shakespeare Theatre Company; columbinus with 1st Stage; Measure for Measure, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and The Tempest with the Toms River Shakespeare Festival. You can see him next as Don Bowman in The Waverly Gallery with 1st Stage. joemucciolo.com.