The final show of our
Paris/Stalingradby Lou Bisignani
Directed by Lou Bisignani
Dramaturge Ted LoRusso
July 20, 21, 22, 23, 2017
Thursday - Saturday at 8:00 PM
Sunday at 2:00 PM
1940: Paris under siege and suffering Nazi occupation. At the Cafe de Marque the occupiers are entertained by Edith Piaf while the French Resistance operates from the cellar of that very same cafe. Resistance members plan while the Gestapo hunts for the French patriots.
1943: During the Battle of Stalingrad in the basement of a bombed out building a lone German soldier, wounded and lost, encounters a Russian woman. The enemies face each other and their destiny as the battle rages around them.
John Arena, Nunzio Caccamo, George Conrad, Kayla Conrad, Rebekah Conrad, Warren Cox, David Hunisch, Leba Lanton, Lorrie Loughney, David Spitzer, Katie VonBergen, Kelly Ann Walsh, Frank Zeranski, William Zeranski, and William M. F. Zeranski.
Tickets: $12 General, $10 Senior Citizens, $8 Students
Reservations: call (570) 342-9707 or email email@example.com
(Reservations held until 10 min. to showtime)
1256 Providence Road, Scranton