OPENING OCTOBER 10
Grace is a girl who constantly compares her life to heroines in old movies. Grace's boss, Walter, hopes their working relationship will blossom into romance. Their first date goes awry when Alex, the telephone repairman, arrives. Grace mistakes him for a burglar, and tries to convert him from his life of crime. Enter her strait-laced sister Harriet, and Grace has to pretend that Alex is her husband. Complications and misunderstandings abound in this fast-moving farce.
This zany tale of a warmhearted girl had critics and audiences cheering both at the Maryland and the Chicago premier productions.
"Consistently fast moving ... [and] witty." - Baltimore News American
"A light, fun night out to forget your troubles and laugh." - Inside
"Smash hit ... delightfully lighthearted play, all fun and games, perfect theatre fare."
- Downers Grove Reporter
Led by New Vic favorite, Heidi Cernik, the cast of "Saving Grace" also includes New Vic regulars - Deb Koppers, Josh White, and returning to the New Vic stage after far too long, Charles Otten.
"Saving Grace" opens October 10 and plays Fridays and Saturdays through November 8. Opening night tickets are $30 and include a pre-show reception, all beverages and food, and admission to the cast party immediately following the show. Park Club dinner/theatre evenings are Friday, October 17 and Saturday November 8.
Don’t forget the NEW CURTAIN TIME! All performances are at 8:00 P.M. and tickets after opening night are $25.00 each.
Stephanie Jaas is "Out of Jeopardy and into the Spotlight"
November 14 & 15 at 8:00 PM $50.00
You may remember Stephanie Jaas from The New Vic's production of "Suds" or "Remember When." Or perhaps, you remember Stephanie from her successful run as a contestant on Jeopardy. Either way, you probably remember her sparkling personality and singing talent. Join Stephanie and her trio of fine musicians for an evening of song and stories. Seats going fast, call 269-381-3328 today for information and reservations.
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