M&M Production of “ Guilt and Gelt for the Holidays”

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 Somers Library Route 139 & Reis Park  See map
M&M Actors Suzanne and Carol
M&M Actors Suzanne and Carol

Sponsored by the Friends of the
Somers Library.  

A collection of comedy-drama
one-act holiday romps, that takes place at Hanukkah and Christmas.  Actors Carol Eagen and Suzanne Ochs play all
the characters and Michael Muldoon directs.  

You think you’ve shopped ‘til
you’ve dropped?  Wait until you meet
Muriel and Lourdes who give new meaning to “last minute shopping” in
award-winning playwright Staci Swedeen’s priceless Feliz Navidad.  Gail Drucker’s acclaimed one-act comedy Would
You Like a Potato Latke? is also on the bill. Dubbed “Sex and the City with
Senior Citizens,” Rose and Bessie celebrate Hanukkah and learn more than they
bargained for about their 47-year friendship. 
Ms. Swedeen’s touching Deck the Tree and Ms. Drucker’s bittersweet
monologue about a woman’s memories and a life changing experience during the
holiday season round out the poignant and sometimes hilarious performances.

 With over 60 productions traveling
to more than 55 venues in the Hudson Valley and Connecticut, M&M continues
to tickle, shock and inspire audiences, producing classic and contemporary
plays and developing new works. See our website for schedules: www.MMPACI.com 

This event is free but seating is limited and registration is requested
for planning purposes.

Please note that registration does not guarantee seating for late
arrivals.  Register by calling the library
at 232-5717 or register online at www.somerslibrary.org.   Please cancel your registration if you
cannot attend, to allow others on the waiting list to move up.  THanks You. 



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