<i>Bad Dates</i> at Canyon Moon
Staff photo by Dean H. Borgwardt
Zoë Yeoman recounts colorful tales of the ensuing dating debacles in Bad Dates.
Bad Dates has been seen in theaters from Off-Broadway’s Playwrights Horizons to Seattle Rep to the Huntington in Boston. Although you may not recognize her name, you’ve probably seen Rebeck’s smart, savvy work on television in "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," "N.Y.P.D. Blue" and "LA Law." Rebeck’s plays include Spike Heels and Omnium Gatherum - written with Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros - which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.
Don’t lose out on the opportunity to catch a great show and support your community at the same time, become a season subscriber now. Subscriptions are still available for an exciting year filled with unforgettable characters and great actors. The Main Stage Season brings you three more plays focusing on the lighter side of life, while the Splinter Series features three shows that present more thought provoking material.
The Main Stage will feature: The Lion in Winter – James Goldman’s classic play about lying, backstabbing and rampant double-crossing as King Henry II, his wife Eleanor of Aquitaine and their three sons spend a family Christmas together; Talley’s Folly – a romance about the sheer force of love that won both the Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award and, in the final spot of the season, a musical to be announced. The Splinter Series shows are Bad Dates, The Last Five Years – a clever musical that chronicles the marriage between a writer and an actress -- and Wit or The Exonerated.
Subscriber benefits include lost ticket replacement, preferred seating, the opportunity to purchase tickets for friends and family at a reduced rate and special ticket rates to other Canyon Moon events.
Become a Canyon Moon Theatre Company subscriber by calling (928) 282-6212. Main Stage Series subscriptions cost $45 for adults and $32 for full-time students. Splinter Series subscriptions are $45 for adults and $26 for full-time students. Your best choice: purchase a season subscription to both the Main Stage and Splinter Series for $80 for adults and $53 for full-time students.
General admission tickets are $17, full-time students are $10. Tickets for Wednesday, Dec. 1, and all Thursday performances are $13. There is no performance on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25.
For more information or to reserve your tickets for Bad Dates, call Canyon Moon Theatre Company at (928) 282-6212 or visit the Web site at http://www.canyonmoontheatre.org
Tickets are also available at Rycus Corners in the Village of Oak Creek and Sedona Books and Music in the Bashas' Shopping Center.
To be placed on the Canyon Moon email list so that you never miss a production, a poetry slam or a special event, call Canyon Moon at (928) 282-6212.
CMTC is a professional non-profit theatre that serves the northern Arizona community and its guests. It is located in the Old Marketplace on Arizona 89A near New Frontiers.
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