to the Portsmouth Community Theater Web Site
located in Portsmouth, R.I.
THE PORTSMOUTH COMMUNITY THEATER presents
Our summer production, CAROUSEL
was a great success!
Last show was:
"The Last Leaf" and "The Fourth Mrs. Phillips"
Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2. Admission
"Mrs. Phillips" will be presented in radio theater
Sunday, March 6th an afternoon of comedy and improvisation
with the "Hold
the Salt" troupe. 2 p.m. Students $10, Adults $15.
Sunday, April 17th, repeat of a sell-out Historic Walking
Tour of Tiverton
Four Corners, "Redcoats, Rum and Revolution".
PCT members portray historic
characters and act as tour leaders. A collaboration with
the Tiverton Four
Corners Art Center. www.tivertonfourcorners.com/calendar/
May 27, 28, 29 "Ten Nights in a Barroom". Directed
by Patrick Grimes and
performed at the Meeting House at Tiverton Four corners.
June 10 at 8 p.m. a collaboration with the Portsmouth Arts
September 16-18 more one acts and radio drama.
December 1-4 Area premier of an adaptation of O Henry's
"The Gift of the
Magi" written by Seth & Nancy Abbott and "Frosty
For more information on any of the above call Cindy Killavey
last show - "THE
was a HUGE success
Here for a review of THE FANTASTICKS
Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt wrote The Fantasticks for
a summer theater at Barnard College. After its off-Broaway
opening in May 1960, it went on the become the longest running
production in the history of the American Broadway show.
A Beloved and classic musical, The Fantasticks tells the
story of two star-crossed lover's...or so they think. As
it turns out their fathers want them to fall in love! But
a mysterious figure known only as El Gallo may throw a wrench
into the father's plans, if they don't do it themselves
first. A story of friendship, love and growing up The Fantasticks
features classic songs such as "Try to Remember"
and "Soon It's Gonna Rain"
Directed by Kate Grana
Musical Director Jonathan Keene
Stage Manager Denise Betz
Brian Killavey as El Gallo
Samantha Acampora as Luisa
Kevin Killavey as Matt
Jim Killavey as Huck
Ron Marsh as Bell
Richard Schmidt as Henry
Bill Murphy as Mortimer
Cindy Killavey as The Mute
Presented through special arrangement with
Music Theater International (MTI)
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by
421 West 54th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019
Phone: 212-541-4684 Fax: 212-397-4684
THE UGLY DUCKLING
was great fun for all ages!
and Melanie Snow Stone in "The Ugly Duckling"
"NUNSENSE" was a hit!
here for review
directed by Kate Grana
The director, musicians and cast of the very
successful NUNSENSE, pose
for a final picture after the show.
Portsmouth Community Theater
began in 1996. Rebecca Vickers, Priscilla Wimpress and Cindy
Killavey, the "founding mothers" hoped to emulate
the very successful Jamestown Community Theater by offering
adults and children the opportunity to experience live theater
in their own community. With their background in theater
management, performance and children who were interested
in the art, they called a meeting at the Portsmouth Free
Public Library. Over 20 people turned out with enough skills
to put on a show right then. Encouraged by this support,
they moved forward to start the theater.
In our early years, with no performance space
of our own, PCT performed at the Common Fence Point Community
Hall, St. Mary's Episcopal Church and the old Coggleshall
School Building. The stage at old Coggleshall School, former
home to Pennfield School and now used by the Aquidneck Island
Christian Academy has become the place we call "home".
The Aquidneck Island Christian Academy has no affiliation
with Portsmouth Community Theater except shared space.
Since 1996 we have produced numerous plays,
reviews, dinner theater performances and musicals giving
hundreds of adults and children the opportunity to "put
on a show".
Brian and Samantha in THE FANTASTICKS
General PCT News:
PCT is sharing links with Little
Theater of Fall River
Board of Directors
Vice President--Priscilla Wimpress
Members at Large:
Carol Ann Williams
Site Last Updated: 02/02/2011