Love is in the air as Kernersville Little Theatre (KLT) presents its first production of the 2013-14 season with the charming play The Last Romance. The show will open on Friday, September 20th at Cupid’s Park Theatre in historic Körner’s Folly, 413 S. Main Street in Kernersville at 8:00 p.m.
In The Last Romance, written by Joe DiPietro, widower Ralph Bellini decides to take a different path on his daily walk – one that leads him to an unexpected second chance at love.
Ralph embarks on the trip of a lifetime as he attempts to woo the elegant, but distant Carol. Defying her reticence – and his lonely sister’s jealousy, Ralph regains a happiness that seemed all but lost. The Last Romance is a bitter sweet and charming story that proves love can happen at any age.
The cast is as follows:
Ralph, Barrie Howard
Carol, Pat Shumate
Rose, Judith Gillis
Tony, Patrick Ferrara
The Last Romance is directed by Wm. Perry Morgan.
KLT is staging nine performances, including two matinees on the following dates:
September 20-21 and 27-28 at 8:00 pm
September 29 at 2:00 pm (Körner’s Folly CLOSED for public tours)
October 3-5 at 8:00 pm
October 6 at 2:00 pm (Körner’s Folly CLOSED for public tours)
Tickets prices are as follows: Adults-$19, Students/Seniors-$17.
Shows at Körner’s Folly often sell out. It is highly recommended you contact the KLT office at 336-993-6556 to make reservations/purchase tickets. Ticket inquiries may be sent via email to KLTheatre@embarqmail.com
Kernersville Little Theatre is a non-profit, volunteer based organization with the objective to provide an avenue for development in all aspects of theatrical arts for all within the community and to provide entertainment for the community by offering a series of well-staged performances of live theatre. KLT was established in 1976 and since then, has mounted over 100 productions. Currently, KLT presents four different shows in each September-June season. For more information about Kernersville Little Theatre, visit KLTheatre.com.
Kernersville Little Theatre receives support from the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.