“All in the Timing – 5 One-Act Comedies” by David Ives

Arts and Culture Center - Barbara Barrett Theatre - December 12-15, 2013

Reviews:     The Muse        The Telegram

After a seven-year hiatus, the group is delighted to announce their return to the local theatre scene with its Fall, 2013 production of All in the Timing, a collection of short comic scenes by David Ives. This critically-acclaimed evening of comedies combines wit, satire, intellect and just plain fun. It's a hilarious quintet that focuses on language, wordplay, existentialist perspectives on life and the complications of romantic relationships.

If you are a fan of “Monty Python”, you will love this! This production is directed by longtime theatre veteran Jim Healey and features a bright, fresh and talented young cast.

  • Sure Thing
    Betty - Catherine Torraville
    Bill - Justin Sellars
  • Words, Words, Words
    Swift - Kody McGrath
    Milton - Heather Phillipps
    Kafka - Melissa Atkinson
  • The Philadelphia
    Waitress - Liz Howell
    Al - Ian Campbell
    Mark - Michael Vokey
  • Variations on the Death of Trotsky
    Trotsky - Kody McGrath
    Mrs. Trotsky - Sarah Carter
    Ramon - Justin Sellars
  • The Universal Language
    Don - Michael Vokey
    Dawn - Heather Rumancik
  • Director - Jim Healy
  • Producer - Louise Kearley
  • Stage Manager - Stephanie Curran
  • Costumes - Brittany King & Sandi Mercer
  • Props - Rae Decker
  • Set - Howard Cheeseman & Mike O'Keefe
  • Lighting - Hillary Chescher
  • Sound - Ray Williams
  • Poster Design - David Sturge