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Over the Tavern, a Heartwarming Comedy Suitable for the Entire Family, is Staged at Long Beach Playhouse's Studio Theatre

May 8, 2005


Over the Tavern, a Heartwarming Comedy Suitable for the Entire Family, is Staged at Long Beach Playhouse's Studio Theatre June 17 - July 23, 2005

Over The Tavern, written by Tom Dudzick, is a funny and heartwarming play that deals with a Polish-American family growing up in 1959 working class Buffalo, New York.

Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2005 -- Over The Tavern is a funny and heartwarming play that deals with a Polish-American family growing up in 1959 working class Buffalo, New York. Four children caught between the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church and their emotionally distant father Chet (John Richard Petersen). Only their mother Ellen (Karen Bukolt), with her good sense, sanity and wry humor, keeps this family afloat. At the center of the family is 12-year-old Rudy (Adam J. Levy) a rebel and Ed Sullivan impersonator who goes knuckle to ruler with his formidable teacher Sister Clarissa (Rosina Pinchot) questioning everything and claiming that God put us on earth to have fun. Only weeks away from his confirmation, Rudy proclaims, “I read where there are over thirteen hundred religions in the world. I'd like to shop around” sending his family into comical chaos. You will love the Pazinski family as they try to make ends meet and deal with human nature, desperate to be the perfect Catholic family, in their home over the tavern.

The cast includes Adam J. Levy of Cypress, Karen Bukolt of Long Beach, John Richard Petersen of Aliso Viejo, Graham Miller of Manhattan Beach, Kevin B. Stark of Lakewood, Lauren Mitchell and Matthew Hutcherson of Costa Mesa and Rosina Pinchot of South Pasadena.

June 17 – July 23, 2005
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m.
Sunday matinees June 26 and July 3 at 2:00 p.m.

Long Beach Playhouse Studio Theatre Box Office
5021 East Anaheim Street
Long Beach, California 90804
(562) 494-1014 Option 1
Monday-Wednesday 3-6PM Thursday-Saturday 3:30-8PM Sun Matinees 1-2PM
Tickets: $20 General Admission
$18 Seniors (60+)
$12 or two for $20 Preview Friday June 17
$25 Opening Night Gala Saturday June 18
Cash, Check or Visa/MC/Discover
Purchase tickets online at www.lbph.com

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