Powerhouse again in motion
Photograph: Jon Manchester
Vernon’s Powerhouse Theatre is again – nicely, nearly.
The theatre introduced Friday that this December it can host two dwell exhibits.
Powerhouse has been entertaining the group for 57 years, and employees have been working onerous to verify they’ll present a secure and satisfying night for as much as 50 theatre-goers.
The curtain rises Dec. 3 on A Evening of One Acts.
The night begins with The Reward From The Sea, by Cara Nunn. On the daybreak of her twenty first birthday, the Selkie little one embarks on an epic journey to find her roots and really feel the embrace of a mom’s love. This story of redemption and connection is dropped at life with full-face masks and bigger than life puppets.
Tickets are on sale now for $20.
On the identical ticket, Powerhouse may also be displaying Change of Coronary heart, by Michael Poirier and directed by Emily Macarthur. It tells the story of Mary and Kathy Lithgow, spinster sisters who nonetheless dwell collectively within the inherited residence the place they had been born. Mary has all the time taken on the accountability of managing their funds, and neither has ever wished for something. Kathy has by no means questioned Mary’s position however … simply how massive is their fortune?
Simply in time for Christmas, opening Dec. 16, Powerhouse hosts a staged studying of the Charles Dickens traditional A Christmas Carol by Jackson Mace, Bob Oldfield, Eileen Podanowski, and Paul Rossetti.
Tickets are $10, and visitors are inspired to donate on the theatre to a worthy trigger and/or carry meals objects for the meals financial institution.
Tickets for each exhibits will be bought at www.powerhousetheatre.net.