Sandy River Players present Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite

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FARMINGTON For a few hours, you can forget about the cold, dark days of winter by attending the Sandy River Players’ production of Plaza Suite, the classic comedy by Neil Simon.

The play opened on Broadway in 1968 and has been a favorite play for theatre audiences since its first production and Tony Award nomination. This January, a talented cast from the campus and community brings the play to Farmington’s Alumni Theatre under the direction of Kyla Wheeler.

According to director Wheeler, each act tells a story of “fascinating personal relationships represented over different time periods.” Wheeler states that she “loves the dynamics of the relationships” and indeed it is the relationships that create the comedy. What brings each act together is the setting, Suite 719 of New York’s Plaza Hotel. What happens inside Suite 719? You have to come see the production to find out!

The ensemble cast includes Debby Muise, Dan Ryder, Crystal Woerhle-Logan, Adam Randall, Justin O’Toole, Jeff Bailey, Britney Blais, Ariel Cohen, and Jared Boghosian.

The show dates are January 15, 16, 21, 22, and 23 at 7:30 PM and a 2pm matinee on Jan 17. Tickets are 12.00 for adults, 10.00 for seniors and students and 8.00 for UMF students with an ID. There is a reduced ticket price night on Thursday, Jan 21 when tickets are 11.00/9.00 for adults/seniors and students. To reserve tickets, please call the Sandy River Players cell phone reservation line: 779-7084.

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