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Love Song

This play will be performed at

Random Howse

365 North Beach Road,

Eastsound, WA 98245

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Next up: Our final show of the summer season

In September: "Love Song" At The Grange

The Actors Theater of Orcas Island announces seven performances of the play “Love Song” by John Kolvenback. “Love Song” tells the story of Beane (played by Zach Knight) an oddball and exile from life. Following a burglary on Beanes apartment, his sister, Joan (Melinda Milligan), and brother-in-law, Harry (Tom Fiscus) are baffled to find her brother blissfully happy and try to unravel the story behind his mysterious new friend, Molly (Cara Russell).

Love Song is a very different kind of comedy. Like most comedies you will find a lot to laugh about but it is also the story of four people who learn about themselves and undergo changes that prepare them for the rest of their lives. Love Song is one of the most humorous and touching plays seen at the Grange in a long time.

Tulis McCall in her review of the 2011 Off Broadway production said: “Love Song” is a rhapsody. It is brilliant [...] and waiting for you to treat yourself to a night you will treasure.”

Join Beane, Molly, Joan, and Harry, as they find their way though the labyrinth of life.

Strong language and subject matter make this play suitable for mature audiences.

“Love Song” will have seven performances at 7:30 pm at the Grange opening September 12th with additional performances on September 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 and closing Sunday, September 28th. Tickets are $10 and are available at Darvill’s Book Store, on-line at www.orcasactors.com and at the door. For more information contact the Director, Doug Bechtel at 317-5601.

Some rehearsal photos from "Love Song"

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November 14, 15, 16, 21, 22,23:

Finally, we will end our year with three locally-written one-act plays: Lilacs by Michele Griskey, Safe And Warm by Lin McNulty and I Used To Live Here by James Wolf. These plays are based on the common theme of a reunion. What happens when some from the past returns? Three very different plays with three very different situations. We're putting together a comedy, a drama and a thriller. For information contact Lin McNulty at: Orcaswoman@gmail.com

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