(Previous shows pictured above ASSUMING
the slide show WORKS...)
Only ONE More Weekend to go!
(We've had to cancel this upcoming weekend out of an abundance of caution due to a Covid incident - please book starting Friday, Aug 19th.)
I KNOW I CAME IN HERE FOR SOMETHING…
We're bringing back the hilarious musical revue about middle-age that, as our inaugural production in 2009, was held over multiple times. We have two new cast members - including yours truly - and have added a few more songs that were audience favorites from our other shows.
PLUS - we're performing OUTDOORS (under a tent) and though it's not REQUIRED to have dinner it is nevertheless available before the show as well as are alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
A perfect recipe for a summer's night by the lake - watch the sun set with a bite to eat, a cocktail in your hand and then watch a hilarious musical send up of middle-aged life. What's not to love?!
Please come early if you want to order a burger & fries, veggie burger or chicken fingers - or from their regular casual but tasty menu. And why not order your intermission drink before the show so you won't have to wait in line...?
Performances are Fridays & Saturdays at 8 pm, August 5 & 6, 12 & 13 and 19 & 20 and Sundays at 5 pm, August 7, 14 & 21.
All tickets are only $25.
A link to purchase them is on the right.
Last Call at Cap'n Jack's
A BRAND NEW MUSICAL REVUE
BY CARL RITCHIE
SET IN HOPE TOWN, ABACO
BEFORE AND AFTER - HURRICANE DORIAN
TO BENEFIT CHARITIES
IN THE BAHAMAS
AS WELL AS HERE IN COLUMBIA COUNTY
STAY TUNED FOR MORE NEWS!
Recent TSC production:
a one-woman play about Lillian Hellman by William Luce, starring Diedre Bollinger and directed
by TSC founder and Artistic Director Carl Ritchie.
Based on the autobiographical writing of the hard-living
playwright whose works include
The Little Foxes
, and her memoir,
, dramatist Luce
creates an intense, intriguing, and intimate portrait of a woman who was often
caustic and controversial but never dull.
Set in the waiting room of a New York hospital, as she
maintains a vigil for her longtime love, novelist Dashiell Hammett, Hellman remembers
the people and incidents that shaped her life. From her headstrong girlhood in
New Orleans and New York, through her exciting and tempestuous years with Hammett,
to her achievements on Broadway and in Hollywood, she recalls those who helped
her gain her burning social consciousness – something that brought her into conflict
with the powers-that-be, most notably, Senator Joseph McCarthy’s House Un-American
Activities Committee. During that hearing – and in the play – we hear her
famous line, “I cannot and will not cut my conscience to fit this year's
NOTE: Some of the pictured productions were performed at CTC where our Artistic Director, Carl Ritchie, was either producer, director, writer or performer.
The most recent are from productions of the Taconic Stage Company. All photos by Carl Ritchie except for the three he is in - with Chase Crosley - in
Driving Miss Daisy
- and Susan Fullerton - in
. Those were by Bob Sacks. Also, the photo of Leda Hodgson in
A Lady of Letters
is by Christopher Baines. Photos of
by Daniel Region. "
" photo by Mike Molinski, Photographics Solution. Liz Richardson "spotlight" photo by Marvin Moore, Lillian photo by Michele Midori Fillion.