Mask-wearing now optional at WEPG
West End Players Guild has revised its Covid-19 policy to make mask-wearing optional in the theatre. Complementary masks will be available at the box office for those who wish to use them. For our complete and current Covid-19 policy, please click here.
Next up at WEPG:
John Patrick Shanley’s
John Patrick Shanley’s Outside Mullingar is this year’s WEPG Valentine’s Day treat. It’s the story of the somewhat awkward romance of Anthony and Rosemary, two 40-ish adults who are the only children of two Irish families living on small adjacent farms outside Mullingar, County Westmeath, Ireland. Both have spent their entire lives on the farm and have known each other as long as they can remember. Both are painfully shy in affairs of the heart. Each quietly yearns for the other, but neither can muster the courage to express their desires. And so they live, side by side but apart, watching the years slip away, hoping something will happen – and, eventually, it does. It’s a very Irish love story – not simply about the love between two people, but also about love of the Irish countryside. It’s also one of the most delightful romantic comedies you’ll ever see. Jessa Knust will direct Outside Mullingar featuring Jason Meyers as Anthony Reilly, Brad Slavik as Tony Reilly, Colleen Backer as Rosemary Muldoon and Jodi Stockton as Aoife Muldoon.
WEPG will present Outside Mullingar in seven performances February 10-19 at 8 p.m. Thursday (second week only), Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets for all performances are now on sale at www.WestEndPlayers.org/tickets.
Tickets for all shows now on sale
Individual tickets for all of this season’s shows are now on sale on-line. To get yours, just click here.