Community theater finds a venue at health care facility

The Bay Village Community Theater is a non-profit group that formed after the closing of the Huntington Playhouse in order to preserve community theater in Bay and the surrounding communities.

O'Neill Healthcare Bay Village has offered them a “home” to practice and produce staged readings and other performance art. The troupe will be performing their first production, a staged reading on Saturday, Aug. 27, at 2 p.m. and 6 pm.  The production, “A Wife for a Life,” is a Eugene O'Neil classic written in 1913 and tells the tale of two miners who have struck pay dirt. Complications ensue as they both love the same woman. 

The performance will feature Preston Postle, Colin Patrick McCauley, Patrick Meehan and Leigh Ann Miller Spratt, and will be directed by John Hnat. This event is open to the public with showings in the Front Lounge of O'Neill Healthcare Bay Village, 605 Bradley Road. Please join us for two wonderful performances. Light refreshments will be served following each performance.

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Volume 8, Issue 15, Posted 9:13 AM, 08.02.2016