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Two cool plays for a hot July

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  • elisabethgoebel
    Get your tickets now! LONE STAR and LAUNDRY & BOURBON by James McClure It s Maynard, Texas, 1974, and the women and men from three different marriages are
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      Get your tickets now!

      LONE STAR and LAUNDRY & BOURBON by James McClure

      It's Maynard, Texas, 1974, and the women and men from three different
      marriages are hanging out, gossiping, confiding, commiserating and
      just plan setting around with one another - the girls most of the
      afternoon, the boys, most of the night.

      Maynard's a dead-end town on the edge of the desert, the kind of place
      where there's always something happening and nothing seems to change
      much.

      What changes, though, is the depth of insight and understanding that
      these often very funny, often very desperate, always overly-familiar
      people learn about one another, and share with their audience.



      LONE STAR directed by Gordon Mouser.
      Cast: Roy Patrick Moran
      Ray Dillon Pilorget
      Cletis Daniel Unruh

      LAUNDRY & BOURBON directed by Steve Quinn
      Cast: Elizabeth Kelley Marchant
      Hattie Elisabeth Goebel
      Amy Lee Whitney Egbert



      Dates: July 17, 18, 19, 24, 25 and 26, 2008 at 7:30 PM
      July 19 and 26, 2008 at 2 PM

      Venue: Rex Putnam High School Black Box Theatre
      4950 SE Roethe Road
      Milwaukie, OR 97267

      Tickets: $12 Adults
      $10 Seniors/Students

      Group discounts available. Online tickets sales available.

      For more information, contact New Century Players.
      On the internet: www.newcenturyplayers.com
      By telephone: 503.367.2620
      By mail: 11022 SE 37th Ave
      Milwaukie, OR 97222

      The New Century Players is a not-for-profit community theater company.
      Our mission is to build community in the greater Milwaukie, Oregon
      area by providing opportunities for artistic expression through live
      performances.
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