By J.M. Barrie
Directed by Michael Stebbins
October 31st, 2012 - November 18th, 2012
"Mary Rose" tells the lyrical, stirring story of a girl who disappears only to return mysteriously with no memory of time passed, setting off a heartbreaking and thrilling course of events. First performed in 1920, and considered by many Barrie scholars to be a sequel (of sorts) to "Peter Pan," this haunting tale of love, loss, ghosts and the living became a major obsession and inspirationfor Alfred Hitchcock. Rep Stage's Producing Artistic Director Michael Stebbins, who directed "Two by J.M. Barrie: The New Word and The Old Lady Shows Her Medals," reunites cast members Christine Demuth, Marueen Kerrigan and Bill Largess for the autumnal offering.
|Information for Patrons|
8 PM *
$=Pay What You Can, P=preview, D=post show discussion, L=pre-show lecture,
* = opening night reception, SL - American Sign Language interpreted performance
The Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center provides a variety of theatre services for patrons with special hearing, visual and mobility needs. Requests for special seating should be made a minimum of 24 hours prior to arrival by calling 443-518-1500 so that we can reserve special seating.
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|Approximate Running Time: 2 1/2 hours with one intermission |
|Age Restrictions: N/A|
|Special Effects: hazer|
Pre-Show Lecture: Saturday, November 17, at 12:30 pm - Free
Post-Show Talk Back: Friday, November 9 and 16 - Free
Post-Show Reception: Saturday, November 3rd, Following the 8:00pm Performance
Signed Performance: Sunday, November 11th at 2:00pm
Venue Information - Studio Theatre
The Horowitz Center's Studio Theatre is a state-of-the-art venue designed for theatrical productions. Commonly referred to as a "Black Box Theatre", the space can be completely reconfigured to accommodate the specific set design and seating needs of any production - it's never the same place twice! Audiences of up to 250 patrons attend Rep Stage productions in this venue year-round.