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Dining with us this evening?

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  January 30, 2009 08:02 AM

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The Newport Opera House is at it again, casting 6 local actors to bring A.R. Gurney's humorous and poignant examination of upper-middle class WASP life, "The Dining Room." Six actors portraying numerous characters, and eighteen scenes from different households overlapping and intertwining over time so cleverly, and all taking place in a single dining room. The play is not in front of you, but amidst you, on an thrust stage that extends 12 feet into the audience. Theater-goers will enjoy the action in a much more intimate manner and may find themselves needing to hold back from the drama themselves.

Dinner theater packages are available, and if any time more fitting, I think not. Call 1-603-863-2412 for more info or buy tickets online.

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