The Manatee Players’ production of the comedy classic MORNING’S AT SEVEN by Paul Osborn opens in the intimate Bradenton Kiwanis Theater at the Manatee Performing Arts Center on Thursday September 18 and plays through Sunday October 5

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August 27
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The Manatee Players, Inc.
941-749-1111
The Manatee Players’ production of the comedy classic MORNING’S AT
SEVEN by Paul Osborn opens in the intimate Bradenton Kiwanis Theater at the
Manatee Performing Arts Center on Thursday September 18 and plays through
Sunday October 5.
Performances are Tuesday – Thursday at 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m.
and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $26 including facility fee for adults, $15
including facility fee for teachers and $13 including facility fee for students.
Tickets may be reserved by calling 941-748-5875 Monday – Friday from 9-5 and
one hour before curtain on performance days or on the Manatee Players’ website:
www.manateeplayers.com. All performances are in the intimate Bradenton
Kiwanis Theater at the Manatee Performing Arts Center, 502 3rd Avenue West in
Bradenton, FL.
Aaronetta and Ida Gibbs have lived next door to each other most of their lives and
along with Esther, all of the Gibb sisters are an open book to each. Husbands not
included. Into the fray comes Myrtle Brown, perpetually engaged to Ida’s son
Homer. But Homer can’t seem to pop the question. Taking matters into her own
hands, Myrtle finally gets a proposal by compelling Homer to fly the nest. Sort
of. This perennially charming portrait of small town America fifty plus years ago
was revived on Broadway in 1980 and in 2002 to critical acclaim.
“It comes back in total triumph…Absolutely entrancing…See this lovely play!
– New York Post
“An absolute charmer… Four sisters, Chekhov would have smiled. So will you,
and laugh out loud, too.”- New York Daily News
“Wonderful…Still has charm to burn.”- The New York Times
MORNING’S AT SEVEN is being presented in the intimate 80 seat Bradenton
Kiwanis Theater under the direction of Pam Wiley, the cast includes Joseph
Smith, Carol Nelson, Sami Blouin, Connie Farris, Alex Topp

 

The Manatee Players is an award-winning non-profit community theater located in
downtown Bradenton, Florida. Our Mission is to represent, enrich and stimulate people
through the art of live theatre by providing entertainment, education and an artistic outlet.
The Manatee Players and its performance venue serve as a significant cultural, educational
and economic resource for the Florida Gulf region.

 

The Manatee Players, Inc.
Manatee Performing
Arts Center
502 3rd Avenue West
Bradenton, FL 34205
Patron Services:
941-748-5875
Administration:
941-749-1111
Manateeplayers.com
Board of Directors
Chair
Arline Spino
Vice-Chair
Patricia Whitesel
Treasurer
Jeffrey Evans
Secretary
David Schrott
Members of the Board
Ron Allen
Steve Bayard
Linda Diem
Randy Hanson
John Hargreaves
Jack Hawkins
Eileen Hoffner
Ron Lennon
Thomas Moseley
Fay Murphy
Patricia Pickelsimer
Nina Richardson
Dr. Steve Tinsworth
Advisory Team
Verna Brammer
Kenny Langston
Raleen Reiher
Jack Schlegel
Mary Smith
Tom Sparks
Key Staff
Executive Director
Janene M. Witham
Producing Artistic Director
Rick Kerby
Development Officer
Susan Romine
Comptroller
Mary Johnson

 

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