$38,000 For A Friendly Face
by Kristin Shepherd
Directed by David Booth
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
      Sep 14
7:30 pm
Sep 15
7:30 pm
Sep 16
7:30 pm
Sep 17
2:00 pm
        Sep 22
7:30 pm
Sep 23
7:30 pm
Sep 24
2:00 pm
At the Stage Coach Players Theater

$38,000 For A Friendly Face takes place in our time, in a small town where Bronwyn Bain lived out the last years of her life. Her two daughters, Jane and Annie, arrive less than enthusiastically for their mother's Celebration of Life, not having seen their mother in years. The town's funeral home is run by Matt, who struggles to create a decent ending for Bronwyn and her daughters, and by The Last Supper Committee, a number of women responsible for the meals for funeral events. Preparations for the Celebration of Life deteriorate on every front. It becomes apparent that Bronwyn Bain was not well loved, and that there may be no guests. In the kitchen, The Last Supper Committee members, along with Alison, a young woman who does not leave after delivering flowers, hurl toward their own meal-destroying confrontations around the subject of death. The Celebration is saved, initially, by the storytelling of Alison and The Last Supper Committee. In the end, however, the day is saved by the understanding that none of us gets it right in life or death.

"$38,000 For A Friendly Face" is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC


Cast Members
Jan Booth
Megan Hampton
Jeanette Jacobs
Chris Porterfield
Sarah Romero
Amaria Von Dran
Crew Members
David Booth, Director
Darlene Hillman, Stage Manager