This show was praised back in ’96, by none other than the ever-impartial and wise Mike Hughes ;-}and I have high hopes it will be well attended in this remarkable revival, directed by Linda, and starring the talented Angela Dill and Chris Klaver.
"Garage Sale is a remarkable mini-gem. It's just about perfect in everything - its writing, direction, performances and length...The action takes place on one table of a garage sale...Tuxedo Teddy has a lofty price tag and immaculate condition. He has spent most of his life on a shelf, encased in his original box. Rag Baby has lived big and shows it. She's a tattered mess, with great memories. These two manage to bond - quite literally, thanks to Zussman's clever ending. You could sum up the show in a cliche: It is better to have loved and lost (an arm, some stuffing, etc.) than to never have loved at all. Still, Garage Sale is more. It has moments of great heart and humor.” Mike Hughes, 1996
ONLY ONE WEEKEND (March 13-15) AND “by popular demand” extended to include THE FOLLOWING FRIDAY March 20. Dessert is at 6:30 and show at 7:30 (Sundays dessert 1pm and show at 2pm) $20 includes a dessert buffet and beverages - show-only $15
There’s a kids price of $13 for 12 and under, but don’t bring little kids. There’s talk of what it means to be “anatomically correct” and a debate on the existence of Santa Claus… kind of pushes it to PG.
www.starlightdinnertheatre.comRESERVATIONS required for dessert buffet — 517-243-6040