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Little Theatre commits…to comedy with Last Chance Romance

The 2017-2018 theatrical season continues

ILION, NY – The Ilion Little Theatre continues its 2017-2018 production season with Last Chance RomanceFriday, February 2 at 7:30 p.m.

Written by Sam Bobrick and directed by Suzanne Rodio, Last Chance Romance tells the story of Myra Witzer, a strong-willed woman in her late thirties, determined to get married at any cost. Leonard Shank, an unassuming man in his early forties is the guy she goes after and gets, much against his will. After several months of married life, Myra realizes that the chase excited her more than the capture and wants out. On the other hand, Leonard, who at the beginning wanted no part of the marriage to Myra, now wants to stay married to her more than anything.

Featuring Lonnie Etter, Diaka Kaba Hill, Kaylynn Iglesias, Denise Borek Morganti, Steve Kocuba, and Rodney Dixon.

Last Chance Romance continues the Little Theatre’s 2017-2018 Season and takes the stage for six performances – February 2, 3, 9, and 10 at 7:30 p.m. along with two matinee performances February 4 and 11 at 2 p.m.

General Admission is $14 and $10 for students, available at the door. Advance tickets are available through the Little Theatre website at ilionlittletheatre.org/tickets

The Ilion Little Theatre is located at 13 Remington Ave in the Village of Ilion, directly behind Remington Arms.

Ilion Little Theatre. Ilion Little Theatre has entertained residents of the Mohawk Valley every year since 1924. The founders first met as a private club, rehearsing and performing in the attic of Lucille Worden’s home, and then for a time at the Klippel house on Barringer Road. In 1927 the group purchased the building that had served as the carriage house and stables on the Philo Remington estate. In this historic building, which has come to be referred to simply as “The Stables,” they constructed a stage and auditorium which are still in use today, although both have undergone considerable renovation. The building was placed on the national and state historical registries in 1976. The club became incorporated in 1930 as The Little Theatre Club of Ilion, NY, Inc. In 1968 the club’s performances were opened to the public through the sale of subscriptions. Today Ilion Little Theatre welcomes all adults who are interested in participating in community theater in any capacity, as either Active Members or Subscribers. The Active Members gather at a dinner meeting each month from September through May, to plan productions and to socialize. For information visit www.ilionlittletheatre.org


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