Eleemosynary. Don't let the title put you off. Eleemosynary just happens to be the favorite word of Echo, one of the three characters in this final play of the season opening at Willits Community Theatre on November 8 for a ten-date run.
Written by award winning playwright, Lee Blessing and directed by Joe Dowling, Eleemosynary focuses on the family dynamics in the lives of three generations of women. The grandmother, Dorothea, played by Anna Wilson, is a new age eccentric. Her brilliant daughter Artie, played by Mary Burns, is constantly on the run trying to escape this domineering mother and her responsibilities to her own daughter, Echo, played by Tara Logan. Echo is trying to understand both of them and a whole lot of other things at the age of sixteen. Here is a study of family relationships and the need we all have for connection and forgiveness.
Eleemosynary will be playing November 8th and 9th and the two following weekends. Performances at 8:00 pm, except for Thursday nights which begin at 7:00 pm.and Sunday at 2:00 pm.
Tickets can ALSO be purchased in person at Good's Shoppe, 56 So. Main St.,Willits, or by calling WCT at 707-459-0895 to reserve by credit card. TICKETS MAY ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR!
Willits Community Theatre (View)
37 West Van Lane
Willits, CA 95490
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
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