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Storm Theatre Announces Post-Show Party – Saturday, Oct. 1

September 24, 2016


Join The Storm Theatre family for a POST-SHOW PARTY WITH COMPLIMENTARY WINE & BEER. The event is FREE for all attending the 7:30 p.m. show.

 

Meet members of the Divine Comedy production and the Storm Theatre community, and celebrate a memorable evening you'll likely not remember.

 

TICKETS ONLY $18

For tickets, please visit SmartTix

 

At GRAND HALL 

440 Grand Street (at St. Mary's Parish).  

Take the F to Delancey; M to Essex; Take the B or D to Grand.

 

ABOUT THE SHOW

Divine Comedy, two heavenly one-act comedies directed by Storm Artistic Director Peter Dobbins, features Saint Felix and His Potatoes by Henri Brochet, a play about attempted robbery, followed by

The Coach of The Holy Sacrament by Prosper Mérimée, the comic, but true tale of the conflicted romance between an elderly Spanish Viceroy and a young actress in late 18th century Peru.  


The show runs from Sept. 30 - Oct 22. 

 

Produced by The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Theatre.

 

The Divine Comedy ensemble features Dinh James Doan, Meaghan Bloom Fluitt, Ian Geary, Kurt Kingsley, Jose Sanchez, and Fr. Andrew More O'Connor. The creative team includes Peter R. Feuchtwanger (scenic design), Jeannipher Pacheco (costume design), Michael Abrams (lighting design), Alex Santullo (sound design), Lexie Klasing (production stage manager), Indigo Paul (assistant stage manager), Kaleigh Boshart (assistant scenic design), Sawyer Mastrandrea (operations manager), Robert Carroll (development director), Michelle O'Gara (press representative), and Fr. Peter John Cameron, O.P. (producer).