Cecily, Reginald and Wilfred are retired opera singers who often worked together during their active careers. They now reside in a home for retired musicians in Kent, England. When Jean, who used to sing with them, arrives, she disrupts their equilibrium and refuses to sing. But the show must go on!
"Four feisty old troupers make us laugh a little, sigh a little and cry a little, as they take us into the bitter sweet world of facing up to age and mortality." The Independent
Four seasoned and very talented actors have been cast as the aging opera singers:
Lis Adams as Cissy,
Will Dalley as Reggie,
Paul D’Onofrio as Wilf, and
Susan Scannell as Jean.
Dayle Ballentine is directing this funny and touching play, which Marian Desilets and Evelyn Corsini Alcorn are co-producing. Members of the creative team are preparing to bring this show to life. The set has been designed by John Pease, Charlie Carr is the set tech, Charlotte Kelley is doing props and set dressing, Brian Rehrig is doing sound, and Cheryl Carter-Miller is our costume mistress.
We are especially pleased have Mike Patterson, Bob and Maureen’s son, return to our theater after a long absence to share his lighting expertise.