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  • Theater Review: Remarkable Performances In ‘A Picasso’ By Town Players

    Rob Pawlikowski and Marguerite Foster are both well known veterans of area stages including Town Players of Newtown’s Little Theater, but in the current production of Jeffrey Hatcher’s A Picasso, director Ruth Anne Baumgartner has gotten remarkable performances from the pair of them.

  • Auditions For ‘Tom, Dick And Harry,’ July 15-16 For Town Players

    Town Players of Newtown will host auditions for Tom, Dick And Harry, by masters of British farce, Ray and Michael Cooney, on Monday and Tuesday, July 15-16. Auditions will run from 7:30 to 9 pm each night.

    In this sidesplitting story of three brothers, Tom and his wife are about to adopt a baby. Brothers Dick and Harry are anxious to help make a good impression on the agency representative who has arrived to check on the home and lifestyle of the prospective parents.

  • Town Players To Host Auditions For "Little Dog Laughed"

    Town Players of Newtown will host auditions for Douglas Carter Beane’s The Little Dog Laughed on Sunday and Monday, March 10-11.

    In this scathingly funny, of-the-moment show that was originally produced off-Broadway at the Second Stage Theater, actor Mitchell becomes involved in a physical relationship with hustler Alex. As a result, Diane, his acerbic agent, worries that Mitchell’s “slight recurring case of homosexuality” will put the kibosh on his career permanently.

  • Auditions for "The Little Dog Laughed"

    Auditions for The Little Dog Laughed, 7:30-9:30 pm, The Little Theatre, 18 Orchard Hill Road, open auditions for Douglas Carter Beane’s play, director David Bass has openings for two men and two women (cast breakdowns online), auditions