To The New Girl at The Bower Center
To The New Girl at The Bower Center: A Night to Benefit Bedford Domestic Violence Services
Tickets include a wine bar and heavy hors d'oeuvres.
Doors open at 7 for cocktails. Seating begins at 7:30 for the performance.
Ten women. Ten monologues. Ten stories of marriage, babies, heartbreak, betrayal, love lost, and time lost.
MK Taylor as ZOE: A young lady in a kinky relationship finds out that there's more than one woman in her town willing to diaper a grown man.
Rae Norton West as MIRIAM: A Jewish grandmother finds out at Passover that her husband has fallen in love and is getting married to a Catholic girl he met on a business trip.
Stevie Holcomb as BETHANY: A "good Christian girl" discovers her pastor husband's love for a man could threaten his televangelism career.
Melissa Kennedy as SHEILA: A woman who is unable to conceive her husband's child finds out that his mistress is pregnant with twins.
Elizabeth Kelly as FAYE: The naive wife of a felon writes his new girlfriend to ask for her engagement ring back...or else.
Sherilyn Lawson as ALEXIS: A woman with a waning sense of self tells her daughter's nanny that her husband's advances are all a part of her household responsibilities.
Zoe Newman as KAREN: A teacher tells the student who is sleeping with her husband how (and why) she should make his favorite pork chops.
Brandon DuMonde as MELANIE: Wielding a meat cleaver, Melanie warns her abusive husband's mistress to stay far, far away from her.
Caitlin Morgan Coleman as ELISSA: Her husband's old flame threatened the sanctity of her home and marriage to the point of no return.
Martha Boswell as HARRIET: Recounts the story of her marriage to a woman in a nursing home who is in love with her severely ailing husband.
To The New Girl From The Former Mrs: Sound Advice for My Husband's New Wife or Mistress
Written by Samantha Macher
Published by Original Works Publishing
Original Performance at Studio Roanoke, June 2012
Directed by Cheryl Snodgrass and
Partial Underwriting by the Hollins Playwright's Lab
This performance would not be possible without gracious assistance from everyone noted above!
The Bower Center for the Arts (View)
305 N Bridge St
Bedford, VA 24523
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|