MORNING’S AT SEVEN
By Paul Osborn
Directed by Bob Cohen
March 2 – April 9
Sponsored by Rossi’s Building Materials
This 1939 comedy follows four aging sisters as their lives are thrown into turmoil when one of their sons finally brings his longtime girlfriend home to meet the family. First performed by the Mendocino Theatre Company in 1987, it is a humorous look at the eccentricities, regrets, and longings that underlie the lives of ordinary people.
“Morning’s at Seven will not only make you feel great about yourself, it will let you finally forgive every member of your family who has ever wronged you.” –Talking Broadway
Ruby Bell, Debira Branscombe, Dwight Branscombe, Mark Friedrich, Dan Kozloff, Crystal Leatherwood, Phillip Regan, Jan Saul, and Lynn Sotos
Set Design: Diane Larson
Light Design: Lee Edmundson and Steve Greenwood
Costume Design: Susan Collins
Stage Manager: George Bishop
Assistant Stage Manager: Sidney Droz
Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.