Drummers, Dreams and Family Matters

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Opened Nov 7, 2005
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

A new comedy written and directed by Norman Weinstein about an almost normal 3-generation family. Its unity challenged by the individualism of its members, "Divided we stand" might well be the slogan of the Tucker family. Grandfather Ellis, wife and mother Adriane, and the two Tucker teens pursue goals disapproved by very conservative Harold--son, husband, and father--who hypocritically also shelters a secret desire. Over their protests he insists on their all "going Thoreau" to experience life's basics and true family values. When a lovely, free-wheeling feminist enters the scene, matters complicate further. As we experience this family at home and in campgrounds here and in France, we realize that we, too, might comfortably fit in. As Thoreau once put it, each of us "...hears a different drummer." Cast: Deborah Hope (Millicent Leeds)*, Clyde Kelley (Grandpa Ellis)*, Colleen Kennedy (Adriane Tucker)*, Alex Kosma (Larry Tucker), Tom Thornton (Harold Tucker)**, George Trahanis (Gendarme Claude), Laura Williams (Charlotte Tucker). * Member of Actors Equity **Head of Times Square Playwrights Production Stage Manager & Board Operator: Elliot Lanes Assistant to Director & Assistant Stage Manager: Jen Wiener Lighting Design: Laura Wiliams Scene Design: Scott Williams Box Office & Assistant Stage Manager: Mandy Wong Schedule: November 7, 9 - 14, 16 - 18, 20. Weekdays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm, Sundays at 2:30 pm plus 8:00 pm Sunday, November 13.