Apr 7-Apr 30, 2017
* Saturday matinee: April 22, 2017 3:00 pm 3:00 pm
No performance Sunday April 16, 2017
Searing Modern Drama
AIDS plague and one man’s lonely fight to awaken the world to the crisis. Produced to acclaim in New York, London and Los Angeles, The Normal Heart follows Ned Weeks, a gay activist trying to save the world from itself, who confronts the personal toll of AIDS when his lover dies of the disease. Hailed by critics as “riveting” (Newsday) and “a great night at the theater” (New York Times).
May 19-Jun 24, 2017
* Saturday matinee: Jun 3, 2017 3:00 pm
Helped by her eager new assistant, the wise-cracking
Truvy dispenses shampoo and free advice to a rich
curmudgeon, an eccentric millionaire, the local social leader,
and the prettiest girl in town. A hilarious and touching story
of women coming together in a heartwarming story of life, love,
and loss in a small Louisiana parish.
Theatre So Close it Touches You...
Now in its 17th Season, Curtain Call Theatre has produced over 150 plays: classics and numerous regional premieres, as well as one world premiere!
Free On-Site Parking
Air Conditioned - Art Gallery
Gourmet Desserts and Coffee
We finally got to see "The Normal Heart" at Curtain Call Theater. It lived up to its billing as 'brilliant". Carol Max's direction (her acting too) was excellent. Frank Oliva's set design set the stage appropriately stark. Sherry Recinella's costumes were subtle enough to be just about perfect. As for the acting, they all delved deeply into the characters with Chris Foster just an iota ahead of the rest, because his rich voice, even in the quietest moments was clear as a bell and articulate as needed. So profound is the effect of this show that in the talk back session afterwards yours truly was struck speechless....a most unusual situation.