SUNY Adirondack Theatre Program to present DISHING FOR LOVE April 3-6

(QUEENSBURY, NY – March 13, 2014) - SUNY Adirondack’s Theatre Program will present “Dishing for Love,” an evening of comedy about relationships in restaurants, April 3 through April 6 in the SUNY Adirondack Theater on the Bay Road campus.

Curtain for all performances is 7:30 p.m.

General admission is $10. Tickets for senior citizens and non-SUNY Adirondack students are $6, and all college community students, faculty and staff will be admitted free with ID. SUNY Adirondack alumni will receive a $2 discount on tickets.

Seating is limited to 90 seats per performance and reservations are required. Reservations can be made by calling 518-743-2200, ext. 2475.

Emily Kobel and Peter Hayes

“Dishing for Love” will feature five 10-minute plays about relationships in restaurants, from an all-women’s gathering to the perilous meeting of a new love. Also presented will be a performance of “Oh, What a Night…,” a play by SUNY Adirondack student playwright Ryan Robinson. “Oh, What a Night…” shows how three first-date couples find that romance is not all that is required at a very special Italian restaurant.

Ryan Robinson and Samantha Cenate

The five short plays include “Let’s Not Talk About Men” by Carla Cantrell; “Stalk Me Baby” by C.S. Hanson; “Apres Opera” by Michael B. Dixon and Valerie Smith; “Best Friends” by Jenny Lyn Bader; and “Stick and Move” by Greg Lam.

Ashley Leonard and Tyler Ayers

The cast and crew of “Dishing for Love” include Peter Hayes and William Myott of Argyle; Sabrina Mack of the Bronx; Sydney Clifford of Cambridge; Justine A. Pascual of Clifton Park; Alicia Cilauro, Devin A. Funnye and Ryan Robinson of Glens Falls; Samantha Cenate of Granville; Jessica Camp of Hadley; Logan C. Barnard, Keighan Crotty, Zachary W. Gough, Emily C. Kobel and Casey Jane LaPoint of Queensbury; Blake L. Harvey of Salem; Ashley Leonard and Daryn Perras of Saratoga Springs; and Tyler Ayers of Scotia.

Logan Barnard and Keighan Crotty

Katherine Patterson is the main costume designer, and SUNY Adirondack theatre program alumnus David Huff will assist as acting coach and will direct one of the ten-minute plays.

The production is produced by SUNY Adirondack associate professor of theatre/speech Ruth Liberman.

For ticket information, call 743-2200, extension 2475.

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