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    Dream Girl by Elmer Rice

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    Thursday, February 21st

    7:30PM - 9:35PM

    St. Mary's Hamilton Village

    $22 - $25
    $11 - $12.50
    Where:
    3916 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19104
    When:

    Tuesday February 5th 2019 to Sunday February 24th 2019

    • Sundays

      4:00pm to 6:00pm

    • Wednesdays

      7:30pm to 9:30pm

    • Thursdays

      7:30pm to 9:30pm

    • Fridays

      7:30pm to 9:30pm

    • Saturdays

      7:30pm to 9:30pm

    The New York City publishing world of the 1940’s is the setting for Elmer Rice’s romantic and comedic contemplation on the road less traveled. In the spirit of James Thurber’s 1939 short story The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, with a nod to Nick and Nora Charles of the famous Thin Man film series, we follow our heroine through a single day in her mundane life as a bookseller, which includes journeys to the wild land of her repressed Freudian urges. Eight performers bring to life 32 characters in this rollicking comedy, presented within the stunning backdrop of the sanctuary at St. Mary’s Church, Hamilton Village, on the University of Pennsylvania campus.

    Featuring:
    Dexter Anderson
    Kyle Fennie
    Brittany Holdahl
    Brian MacManus
    Paul McElwee
    Anna Pysher
    Tina Brock

    Directed by Tina Brock

    Costume Design: Erica Hoelscher
    Lighting Design: Josh Schulman
    Sound Design: Tina Brock

    February 5 – 24, 2019
    St. Mary’s Church at Hamilton Village
    3916 Locust Walk
    Phila, PA 19104
    St. Mary's Church is wheelchair accessible.
    CONTACT
    Tina Brock
    215-285-0472

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