... Eclectic Performances
June 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18 at 8:pm, June 5, 12, 19 at 3:pmAdvance Tickets are: $10 for Students and Seniors: Adults $15 At the Door Tickets are: $10 for Students and Seniors: Adults $20
The NorthEast Theatre Ensemble’s production of “The Dog in the Manger” by Lope de Vega directed by Kendle Butterworth and Janet Kimlicko.
A hilarious, fast-paced, Spanish Golden Age comedy in a fresh, new, English translation.The beautiful countess, Diana, rejects her many suitors until one day she learns that her secretary, Teodoro, has fallen in love with one of her maids. A comedy of love triangles, disguises, crafty servants, and clever ploys ensues.
The Dog in the Manger is directed by Kendle Butterworth with Janet Hurley Kimlicko playing the lead role of Diana. The other performers include: Suzanna Bornn (Ricardo), Joe Bruton (Federico), Michael Gilbert (Teodoro), Lydia Nightingale (Marcela), Stephanie Ward (Tristan), Tristan Strasser (Fabio), Sarah Malone (Dorotea, Celio, and Camilo), Travis Fealy (Octavio, and Ludovico), and Beth Cassidy (Arnada, Leonido, and Furio)
The NorthEast Theatre Ensemble is a troupe of professional actors collaborating on classic dramatic works. As their name implies they strive to find a common ground that allows their talent, training, and craft to emerge to form a cohesive ensemble. They currently work out of the Steamer No.10 Theatre.