The Marriage of Bette and Boo
by Christopher Durang
directed by Richard Butler of Dunellen
produced by Faith Agnew Dowgin of Spotswood
WHEN: Fridays: November 3, 17 at 8:00pm; Saturdays: November 4, 11, 18, at 8:00pm; Sunday: November 12, 19 at 3:00pm. A talkback will be held following the Sunday, November 12 performance. Audiences are invited to join in a special wine and cheese reception in the theater lobby following the opening night performance.
WHERE: Circle Players Theatre, 416 Victoria Avenue, Piscataway
TICKETS: $18 for adults and $17 for students and seniors.
For reservations, call (732) 968-7555, or buy tickets online at www.circleplayers.org.
The Marriage of Bette and Boo is an illuminating, hilariously dark dissection of marriage and the family in contemporary America by theatre’s master satirist. Conveyed in a series of dazzlingly inventive interconnected scenes, the play moves wickedly on through three decades of divorce, alcoholism, and madness—all with farcical brilliance.
Appearing in the cast are: Kevin Albanese of Woodbridge as Matt; Alicia Harabin of Somerville as Bette Brennan; Bobby Marusiefski of Rahway as Boo Hudlocke; Nancy Jean McBride of Bernardswille as Margaret Brennan; J.D. Robinson of Highland Park as Paul Brennan; Kate Murray of Somerville as Joan Brennan; Adriana Spizuoco of West Orange as Emily Brennan; Lewis Decker of Millington as Karl Hudlocke; Alison Byrne of Metuchen as Soot Hudlocke; Bob Dumpert of Franklin as Father Donnally.
Please be advised: due to the unique layout of this theater in the round, latecomers cannot be seated after the performance has started. Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before curtain.