Kirtland Community Theatre

The Roscommon Community Players

in association with the Kirtland Center for the Performing Arts

present

“Relatively Speaking”

by Ethan Coen, Elaine May and Woody Allen

at Kirtland Center for the Performing Arts at Kirtland Community College

Performances will be on October 9th, 10th, and 11th, 2015

 Synopsis – An evening of three one-act comedies: Talking Cure: A mental patient and his therapist examine the source of his abnormal behavior. George is Dead: A self-centered woman, recently widowed, invites herself into her nanny’s daughter’s home. Honeymoon Motel: A young bride leaves her groom at the altar after falling for an older man.

 

Honeymoon Motel:                                            Talking Cure:
Jerry Spector – John Bawol, St. Helen            Larry – Jesse Reuther, West Branch
Nina Roth – Bonnie Soltis, Houghton Lake     Doctor – Ric Rothney, Roscommon
Eddie – Jesse Reuther
Paul Jessup – Mickey Locks, Higgins Lake
Judy Spector – Deb Glicker, Grayling
Sam Roth – Jerry Werle, Roscommon                                          George is Dead:
Fay Roth – Jomarie Leone, Roscommon                                      Carla – Kathryn Schmidt, Roscommon
Rabbi Bamuel – Ric Rothney, Roscommon                              Doreen – Deb Glicker, Grayling
Dr. Brill – Jennifer Mendam, Houghton Lake                             Michael – Friday, Roscommon
Sal Buanocatti – a pizza delivery man                                          The Old Woman – Tanya Carter, St. Helen

For additional information please visit Roscommon Community Players’ Facebook Page.

The Kirtland Community Theatre is a performance outlet for community members and students of the Kirtland Community College service district. Typically, KCT produces one main stage and two traveling shows each year.  Auditions are held approximately 6 to 8 weeks prior to performances.

Call the box office at 989-275-6777 for information on hosting a KCT show at your fundraising event.

 Community groups partner with KCT to earn money for your cause.

Your community or service group can book a show for production in your community or consign tickets to “Dashing Through the Snow” in December to easily earn money for your cause. We can help you with the details on your way to success. Contact KCPA Director Jomarie Gurnow to learn more. 989-275-5000 ext. 375.

Calling all Volunteers!

Volunteers are needed in all production areas. Everyone is welcome to call the Kirtland Center to learn more about set construction, stage crew, costume, front of house opportunities – 989-275-6777.