Commonwealth Theatre Co. at NKU Announces 2019 Summer Dinner Theatre Season

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HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, KY – Commonwealth Theatre Company at Northern Kentucky University is excited to announce its 2019 Summer Dinner Theatre season. Performances will take place in the NKU Stauss Theatre. Tickets will go on sale Monday, March 18, 2019.

FALLEN ANGELS
By Sir Noël Coward
June 7-23, 2019

Before Julia and Jane married their husbands Fred and Willy – there was Maurice, a former French lover. While the women’s blissfully ignorant husbands are away on a golf trip, he shows up and reminds them of what they might be missing. Following an evening of drunkenness and fevered anticipation, Julia and Jane become concerned that indiscretions from their past will be revealed, and comedic antics ensue. Fallen Angels is a biting, hilarious comedy about rivalry and manners, resulting in a champagne cocktail of wit and charm.

CHURCH GIRLS
By Ken Jones
Lyrics by Christine Jones
Music by Jamey Strawn
July 5-21, 2019

The “ladies” of Umatilla Second Christian Church Women’s Auxiliary League are back and producing their annual Mother’s Day pageant. As the “church girls” prepare for their pageant, chaos and calamity bring out less than ‘saintly’ behavior. The result is Heaven sent hilarity! Making its farewell performance, Church Girls is a campy, cheeky, audacious musical comedy that will hit your funny bone and keep you laughing.

For more information call the NKU School of the Arts Box Office at (859) 572-5464 or visit nku.edu/ctc.

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