On March 13-14, October 30-31 and November 6-7, it’s “Sherlock Holmes Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle” – radio-style.
On May 30, is “A Hundred Thousand Days of Light,” American classics sung by Barbara Quintiliani.
From June 17 – July 25, it’s “Possessing Harriet,” by Kyle Bass, a New Jersey premiere based on a true story. A runaway slave spends time with Suffragist Elizabeth Cady and abolitionist Garret Smith.
“Born Yesterday” runs from July 29 – September 5. Written by Garson Kanin, this 1946 comedy is about a wheeler-dealer who brings his showgirl mistress to Washington.
From September 23 – October 17, is “Why Marry?” a 1918 Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy about two scientists who fall in love, but she doesn’t want to get married for fear it would kill her career. When ELTC produced it in 2006-2007, there were many sold-out houses.
For Halloween, on October 23-24, it’s “Nosferatu,” the silent horror classic, and “Poe by Candlelight.” From November 27 – December 14, it’s “Christmas with Harte and O. Henry.”
Season Tickets make a great gift, and are $90, good for four shows. Send a check to ELTC at PO Box 121, Cape May, NJ 08204, visit www.eastlynnetheater.org, or purchase at the box office when there is a performance. For questions, call 609-884-5898.
Currently, on the mainstage is “The Great Tree and Other Tales by Zona Gale” running through December 14, at The First Presbyterian Church of Cape May, 500 Hughes Street.