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An Evening of Three Wickedly Funny Short Stories

ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY! April 22, 2006 8 PM St. Andrewʼs Church 163 Main Street, New Paltz, NY Admission: $10 Call 255-3102 for reservations *** An exceptional collection of three short stories written by master storytellers and interpreted by three of MMSCʼs talented readers.

The Fix by Percival Everett (from damnedifido) • Read by Jack Kroll

  • A stranger gets a job in a sandwich shop and fixes everything in sight: a manual mustard dis- penser, a mouthful of crooked teeth, thirty-two parking tickets and a sexual-identity problem.

Personal Testimony by Lynna Williams (from Texas Bound) • Read by Elizabeth Barrows

  • A nine-year old girl discovers that she can fabricate “personal testimonies” for the kids at her summer Bible camp who just canʼt come up with anything dramatic to confess.

Orientation by Daniel Orozco (from The Seattle Review) • Read by Julie Eads Woolley

  • A first-day-on-the-job tour of the office. Si- multaneously sinister and fun, impersonal and human, very sly, very cool.

Close out April with these three wry, bittersweet and gently funny tales about how the course of true life never does run straight.


Sneak Preview - May

Other Places

A triptych of short plays by Harold Pinter

Directed by Robert G. Miller

TWO PERFORMANCES! Friday, May 12 and Friday, May 19, 2006 8 PM Unison Arts & Learning Center in New Paltz Admission: $11 for Uni- son members and $15 for non-members Call 255-1559 for reservations.

*** In 2005 Harold Pinter was awarded the 2005 No- bel Prize for Literature, the highest honour available to any writer in the world. In announcing the award, Horace Engdahl, Chairman of the Swedish Academy, said that Pinter was an artist “who in his plays uncov- ers the precipice under everyday prattle and forces entry into oppressionʼs closed rooms.”

Come and see what the fuss is all about!

“The first two plays in ʻOther Placesʼ are strange, comic and fascinating but you would know they were Pinter if you met them in your dreams. However, the third play, ʻA Kind of Alaska,ʼ (which strikes me on instant acquain- tance as a masterpiece) moves one in a way no work of his has ever done before.” The Guard- ian

www.mmstageco.com For all up-to-date MMSC news!

PROLOGUE is written and edited by Christine Crawfis and Nan Alderson; Bob Miller is a contributing writer. PROLOGUE is published by:

Mohonk Mountain Stage Company Post Office Box 507 New Paltz, NY 12561 845-255-3102 e-mail:info@mmstageco.com

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