June 14 – July 3, 2016
Directed by Tom Mula
Sponsored by Ministry Door County Medical Center
Unexpected sparks fly when Betty, the caregiver to an older woman and 19 cats, meets Dan and his dog Chapatti in a Dublin vet office. This funny, gentle and poignant story centers around two lonely animal lovers who rediscover, very unexpectedly, the need for caring and companionship. Pets provide that for many, but there is no real substitute for a true human connection. Dan is a former laborer having trouble getting over the death of the woman he loved for 30 years, and Betty is a caregiver and divorcee. Neither has wandered far from home and both are getting on in years. What will happen when the troubled Dan, who named his dog Chapatti after the Indian flatbread, meets good-natured Betty, who collects cats to save them? Perhaps they will save each other? Or is the gulf too wide?
$37, $40 & $43.
8PM Tuesday – Saturday and 7:30PM on Sunday except July 3rd at 4PM.
|Scenic Design||Sarah E. Ross|
|Costume Design||Karin Simonson Kopischke|
|Lighting Design||Steve White|
|Sound Design||Cecil Averett|
|Stage Manager||Richelle Harrington|
|Production Manager||Laura Eilers|
Accessible seating (wheelchairs and walkers etc.) with no stairs is available in Row K. Every row, other than Row K has a step(s). Please phone the Box Office for the availability of accessible seating in Row K.
Assisted Listening System
Assisted Listening Devices (ALD) amplify and clarify sound by cutting down ambient noise. Peninsula Players is equipped with a Hearing Loop in rows A to S and an FM-based ALD system in the balcony rows AA and BB. Patrons who require an ALD may visit the Canteen before the show. Reservations are not necessary. These devices are offered free of charge on a first-come-first-served basis. A driver’s license or ID with printed address is required as a security deposit.