GLT is looking for Directors for its 2019-2020 season.
We are looking for Designers and Backstage Personnel. If you are interested, please contact Taylor.
The plays with a short description and the show dates are below. All productions are presented at the John Elliott Theatre, Georgetown.
Ring Around The Moon By Jean Anouilh, adapted by Christopher Fry Comedy
November 1-3, November 7-10, 2019
Set around a spring ball, this sophisticated comedy is masked by cool, brittle and elegant mockery. Two brothers, Frederic, who is shy and sensitive, and Hugo, who is heartless and aggressive, are caught in this enchanting love triangle. Frederic is in love with Diana who is in love with Hugo. To save Frederic from an unhappy marriage, Hugo tries to distract him by bringing a beautiful dancer who becomes the triumph of the ball. She may not only break up all the cynical romances but loses her own heart as well.
Proof By David Auburn Drama
January 31–February 2, February 6-9, 2020
This play of ideas is combined with elements of mystery and surprise as it opens on the eve of Catherine’s twenty-fifth birthday. Catherine has spent years caring for her brilliant but unstable father, a famous mathematician. Now, following his death, her estranged sister, Claire arrives. Hal, a former student of her father's has been searching through the 103 notebooks that her father left behind hoping to find valuable work. Over the long weekend that follows, a burgeoning romance and the discovery of a mysterious notebook draw Catherine into the most difficult problem of all: How much of her father's madness—or genius—will she inherit?
Prelude to a Kiss By Craig Lucas Romantic Comedy
March 27-29, April 2-5, 2020
Peter and Rita meet at a party, fall in love and get married. At the wedding, a mysterious old man insists on kissing the bride. What happened during that kiss? While honeymooning, Peter gradually realizes that the woman by his side is not his wife. “Prelude to a Kiss takes a most familiar genre, romantic comedy, in directions that are idiosyncratic and challenging." —NY Times. “A rare combination of laughter, romance and throat-tightening substance.” —Curtain Up.