Actors Circle’s First Performance in More Than One Year

Actors Circle is happy to be presenting a live performance at its home theater at Providence Playhouse, 1256 Providence Road, Scranton, for the first time in over a year since the pandemic began.

On Golden Pond, by Ernest Thompson will be presented Thursday through Sunday, July 8-11; Wednesday through Sunday, July 14-18, with performances Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m.. 

Tickets are $12 general; $10 seniors; $8 students and are discounted on  Thursday July 8 to $8 general and aeniors; $6 students. For reservations, call 570-342-9707, or email to tickets@actorscircle.com.  All reservations are held 10 minutes until show time. 

In respect for those having Covid issues, and in compliance with CDC regulations for close quarters, we respectfully request that all audience and staff wear a mask inside the building. Cast members will not be wearing masks while on stage.

Directed by Katie VonBergen, this well-known classic tells the story of Norman Thayer and his energetic wife, Ethel, who have been spending summers at their lakeside home on Golden Pond for 48 years, fishing and watching for loons. This time, their divorced daughter, Chelsea, her new fiancé, and his teenage son make an unexpected visit.

Cast members are: Mark Fryer as Norman Thayer; Carol Davis as Ethel Thaye; Marcie Herman Riebe as Chelsea; Eric Lutz as Billy Ray; Michael Seamus Fenton-Kapacs as Billy Ray, Jr., and Jeff Ginsberg as Charlie Martin.

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