What happens when a couple of old broads break into a bowling alley? Gutter. Ball. Gold.
Written by Weylin Symes
Read a note from the playwright.
Scenic Design James Fenton^
Scenic Design Assistant Meg McGuigan
Lighting Design Jeff Adelberg^
Sound Design David Wilson^
Costume Design Becca Jewett
Properties Master Emme Shaw
Production Stage Manager Julie Marie Langevin*
Production Associate Molly Burman
Assistant Director & Production Associate Stephen Zubricki IV†
Directed by Bryn Boice
“When going to see a piece of theater, it can be fun to see the larger-than-life characters that emerge on the stage. However, sometimes it can be even more interesting to watch the characters that remind us of ourselves. Last Night at Bowl-Mor Lanes is a special production to experience in the intimacy between the audience and the production itself. Rather than observing something out of this world and unrelatable, the audience gets to share comedic, shocking, and heartwarming experiences right along with the characters in front of them. This genuine tale along with the exquisite cast and creative team makes it not a production to be missed.” -Wicked Local
Photos: Nile Scott Studios.
LAST NIGHT AT BOWL-MOR LANES
Acting is right up their alley, but bowling? That's a struggle.
The Boston Globe
Striking In :: Weylin Symes, Nancy Carroll, and Paula Plum Chat about Last Night at Bowl-Mor Lanes.
Young Company Comes to Mainstage
Jackie Chianca, Wicked Local
Michele Markarian, The Theater Mirror
Sheila Barth, The Everett Independent
Susan Mulford, Boston and Beyond
Nancy Grossman, BroadwayWorld
Rich Fahey, On Boston Stages
$20 STUDENTS (with valid ID)
Join us! Complimentary Specialty Drink Tastings before the Friday performances! (Tastings are 21+ and for Friday night ticket-holders only.)
* denotes member of Actors' Equity Association.
‡denotes current GBSC Young Company member.
† denotes GBSC Young Company alum.