For the first time since February, GBT is presenting a fully staged show! The Gaslight-Baker Theatre will present two one-act romantic comedies, starring Terri Bennett, Steve Lawson, and Jason Jones, and directed by Jason Jones.
A six performance run will begin Friday, Sept. 18 and run through Saturday, Sept. 26. Tickets for this event are $10 and will be limited in order to ensure proper social distancing, and masks will be required.
Showtimes for Friday, Sept. 25 and Saturday, Sept. 26
A Blooming of Ivy, by Garry Williams
Ivy Taylor, a widow of twenty years, and George Thomas, a widower for a year, have always been farm neighbors and friends. But one spring morning George awakens to the sound of Ivy’s tractor, and realizes that this is the first morning he hasn’t “woken up mad” since his wife died. He spruces up a bit and pays Ivy a call.
When God Comes for Breakfast, You Don’t Burn the Toast, by Gary Apple
What do you do when “The Almighty” drops in for a casual breakfast? When Harry and Beatrice Katzman are faced with this, the commonplace and the totally unexpected come together in a flurry of humor and excitement.
*Masks will be required.
*Seating for each performance will be limited to 60 people (< 25% capacity).
*Tickets are general admission; if you have special seating requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org after making your reservations to let us know what your needs are.
*There will be at least 12 feet of distance between the performers and the first row of the audience.
*The performers in this show are part of “quaranteam.”
*There will be a minimum of 6 feet between groups of seats, and we ask that patrons abide by social-distancing protocols, including some special instructions that you will be notified of before the performance.
*We will be thoroughly sanitizing highly trafficked and frequently touched surfaces before and after the show and intermission.
*We need the cooperation of all patrons in order to make this event a success.