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Morning’s at Seven
January 10 February 4
Surprise yourself with the bittersweet charm of this classic American comedy that celebrates the triumphs and trials of everyday life.

In a small Midwestern town, four close-knit sisters and their husbands confront long-held secrets and simmering tensions that threaten to upend the status quo. Carla Belver, Alda Cortese, Janis Dardaris, and Marcia Saunders lead a stellar cast in this "delightfully charming" (The Philadelphia Inquirer) tribute to family dysfunction.

 

Approximate run time is 2 hours and 15 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission. 

January 10-February 4, 2018 By Paul Osborn Directed by Abigail Adams Steinbright Stage
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Cast and Creative Team
Esther Crampton
Ida Bolton
Aaronetta Gibbs
Theodore Swanson
Myrtle Brown
Carl Bolton
Homer Bolton
Cora Swanson
David Crampton
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Enhance Your Experience
Scoop on Wednesdays

Lively pre-performance discussions about the play with Resident Dramaturg Gina Pisasale and cast member Graham Smith. Add Scoop to your shopping cart with ticket purchase for only $5. 

6pm in the Steinbright lobby January 17th, 24th, 31st

AfterWORDS

Facilitated post-performance conversations with the cast after Thursday evening performances, excluding previews. 

January 18th, 25th, February 1st

Dinner and a Show

Enjoy a prix fixe dinner-and-a-show package at our award-winning restaurant, The Farmhouse Bistro. Theatre ticket and dinner packages start at $81. That's a savings of up to 15% off the single ticket price! You can also add on a prix fixe dinner to any existing ticket order for $40.

Open Caption Performances

An LED screen near the stage displays dialogue in real-time, simultaneous with live speech and action. No other aspect of the performance is altered.

January 31st at 2pm & 7:30pm, February 4th at 2pm   

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"People’s Light’s previous productions had impressed me greatly, but the company has outdone itself with “Morning’s at Seven.” It’s one of the finest productions of an American play that I’ve ever reviewed, in New York or anywhere else."
The Wall Street Journal