[GHENT, NY] – The Ghent Playhouse presents “Last Train to Nibroc,” a funny and touching portrait of the search for happiness. Written by Arlene Hutton, nominated for Best Play in 2000 by the New York Drama League and directed by Sky Vogel, “Last Train to Nibroc” runs May 20-June 5. Tickets are on sale now at GhentPlayhouse.org.
“…a blissfully sweet romantic play.” —NYTheatre.com.
This simply staged romance is set in 1940. Raleigh is a young, recently discharged serviceman with plans to become a writer. May is a school teacher in small-town Kentucky. When they meet on a cross-country train trip, they discover they are from neighboring towns. Love blooms but complications abound as they navigate the tough times of a country at war.
“…a gently charming little play, reminiscent of Thornton Wilder in its look at rustic Americans who are to be treasured for their simplicity and directness…” —Associated Press.
“Last Train to Nibroc” runs Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 20-June 5. Friday and Saturday performances begin at 7:30pm, while Sunday matinees begin at 2:00pm. Tickets can be purchased online only at GhentPlayhouse.org: $23 for members, $28 for nonmembers, and $12 for students, with no additional processing fees. The theatre is located at 6 Town Hall Place in Ghent, NY. For more information, visit GhentPlayhouse.org or call 518.392.6264.
For more information about this show or any other, or to learn about upcoming auditions, visit the website ghentplayhouse.org, email email@example.com or call 518.392.6264.
“We are very excited to welcome our audiences back to the Playhouse, and want them to have an enjoyable experience, as well as a safe one,” said Ghent Playhouse President Cathy Lee-Visscher. “Therefore, in keeping with all public health guidelines, we ask that all attendees present proof of vaccination, along with photo I.D., upon arrival. Additionally, we will require that masks be worn at all times while inside the theater.”