From the North: Follow I-293 South to the Bedford exit which is Route 101 West,
From the South: Follow I-93 North or the Everett Turnpike to the Bedford exit which is Route 101 west.
From the East: Follow Route 101 West to Bedford.
From All Three Directions: At the first traffic light on Route 101 West, turn left and continue to follow 101 West to the third traffic light. Turn right onto Meetinghouse Road. The Old Town Hall will be on your right at the next intersection at Bedford Center Road.From the West: Follow Route 101 east to Meetinhouse Road. Turn left at the traffic light onto Meetinghouse Road. The Old Town Hall will be on your right at the next intersection at Bedford Center Road.
Directed by Adam Young
Shows: 3/7, 3/8, 3/14 & 3/15/14 with a matinee on 3/16/14
All evening shows start at 8:00 pm
Sunday Matinee a 2:00 PM
The Real Inspector Hound is a short, one-act play by Tom Stoppard. The plot follows two theatre critics named Moon and Birdboot who are watching a ludicrous setup of a country house murder mystery, in the style of a whodunit. By chance, they become involved in the action causing a series of events that parallel the play they are watching.
Tom Stoppard's "The Real Inspector Hound" is a play within a play. It features a badly written and badly acted British whodunnit, which is being reviewed by two prominent theater critics who hope to propel the play, and certain actresses, into stardom. However, the beauty of Stoppard's play is up to the audience: is the play being critiqued by the critics, or are the critics being critiqued by the play?
directed by Mike Wood.
Glass Menagerie Shows: 5/9, 5/10, 5/16 & 5/17/14 with a matinee on 5/18/14Amanda Wingfield, a faded Southern belle, holds tight to her two children: Tom, an aspiring poet, and Laura, his painfully shy sister. After receiving pressure from his mother, Tom brings home a gentleman caller to meet his sister. What follows is an encounter that becomes one of the most compelling and heartbreaking stories ever told. A classic of the American stage, Tennessee Williams' deeply personal and haunting "memory play" is a touching and profound tale of love and loss, illusion and escape.