Post Performance Discussion with Playwright Vincent Delaney Tonight!

Torrance O'Haire and Amy Groen in "Ampersand." Photo Credit: Moments in Life Photography

Join Us  Tonight, March 23, for a post-performance discussion with playwright Vincent Delaney as he discusses his new play, Ampersand.  Tickets for tonight’s performance are still available at www.atgr.org

Actors’ is proud to host Vincent’s visits through the development of this new work.   Special thanks to Peaches Bed and Breakfast for hosting Vince during his visits and to Rain City Projects of Seattle for assisting with Vince’s travel expenses.

Learn more about Ampersand on rivergrandrapids.com.  Check out this excerpt of an article by Andy Rent:

What in the world is an ampersand?

You mean you didn’t learn that in school?  An ampersand, or, “&”, is a logogram representing the word “and.”

But, it’s also the title of a new play by Seattle playwright Vincent Delaney, opening next Thursday night, March 22snd, on the Actors Theatre stage at Spectrum Theater.
Director Randy Wyatt, and theater program director at Aquinas College, says “it’s about marriage and relationships; it’s me and you. Who am I when I’m with you?”  Having just won a national comedy award for a play, Actors Theater is very excited to do this show.

“Ampersand” revolves around the concept of successful human cloning in a classical farce style.  (…)

Read the rest of the article here on rivergrandrapids.com

Call the Spectrum Theatre Box Office at 234-3946 today after 1PM to order tickets or go to www.atgr.org.

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