7/10/2009 - HCAC: The White Sheep of the Family

WHY IS PETER THE WHITE SHEEP OF THE FAMILY?

 

The Winters are proud of their family heritage.  They have been professional criminals for four generations.  How can their son Peter give up his commitment to the family business to become an honest citizen?  Why would he do such a terrible thing?  Peter's mother is laden with shame.  His father is deeply concerned about his son's future.  His sister, Pat, is annoyed with Peter's lack of commitment to family values.  His behavior is not to be believed.  It is downright embarassing.  Why would he do such a terrible thing?

 

By the way it's a comedy.  So be prepared to laugh.

 

 
Dagney Cassella of Carlstadt (Pat), Patt Tanner of N. Haledon (Alice),
Katrina A. Tutschek of Hackensack (Janet)

 

The cast inludes Patt Tanner of North Haledon, Neil Kahn of Maywood, Dagney Jean Cassella of Carlstadt, Alexander Rivera of Teaneck, Alina Randazzo of Emerson, Brian Wood of Lodi, Jack Bachner of Lodi, David Cooper of Oakland, and Katrina A. Tutschek of Hackensack.

 

The White Sheep of the Family  will be presented by The Community Theater at Tenafly in conjunction with The Hackensack Cultural Arts Center and will be performed at The Hackensack Cultural Arts Center, 39 Broadway, Hackensack, NJ, on the following weekends:  July 10, 11, and 12; July 17, 18, and 19; and July 24, 25, and 26.  Showtimes are Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30p.m. and Sunday afternoons at 3:00p.m. 

 

General Admission - $15.00

Seniors and Students - $12.00

 

For reservations or group rates, contact

Frances at (201)567-3856