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TRAVEL & ENTERTAINMENT: Novato Theater Company Stages Mark Dunn’s Sassy “Five Tellers Dancing in the Rain” May 24-June 1

May 13, 2018
Novato Theater Company concludes its 2017-2018 season with Mark Dunn’s warm-hearted “Five Tellers Dancing in the Rain,” which previews May 24, opens May 25, and runs weekends through June 10 at the NTC Playhouse (5420 Nave Dr.) in Novato, CA. The play is directed by Anna Smith and produced by Nick Moore.



Southern sass, tears and charm engage as five bank tellers speak their hearts and brew lots of coffee in this comedy by the author of “Belles.” Set in the break room of a small bank in Mississippi on six consecutive weekday mornings, this warm and gentle play eavesdrops on the conversations of women who have for too long defined themselves in terms of their relationships recently ended or in the process of falling apart with the men in their lives. It’s a play about broken arms and broken hearts and about finding strength and self respect through friendships with those who have been down that road before.

Featured in “Five Tellers Dancing in the Rain” are Hande Bokbas (Lorene), Sandi Weldon (Delores), Jayme Catalano (Betina), Janelle Ponte (Twyla), and Lindsay John (Jenny).

The creative team includes set designer Michael Walraven, light designer Brigid Norton, costume designer Arianna O’Day, and props person Jayme Catalano

For tickets or more information please phone (415) 883-4498 or visit www.novatotheatercompany.org.


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