Becky’s New Car by the Bowie Community Theatre at the Bowie Playhouse, Jul 13-29

Becky’s New Car by the Bowie Community Theatre at the Bowie Playhouse, Jul 13-29

Becky’s New Car
by Steven Dietz.
Directed by: TBA

July 13 – 29, 2018

Location: Bowie Community Theatre at the Bowie Playhouse

Becky’s New Car is a hilarious screwball comedy with serious overtones, a devious and delightful romp down the road not taken. Have you ever been tempted to flee your own life? Becky Foster is happily married to a good man, and together they struggle to survive in a bad economy and to support their son, who lives in the basement while he works toward his degree. Becky takes a trip on the “wild side,” with a billionaire who just happens to enter the car dealership where Becky works, only to discover that her inability to say “no” has created a trunk-full of problems. How can a nice person who has done something bad get herself out of this car wreck?

General Admission – $22.00, Seniors (62+) & Students – $17.00.
Group Rates(10 or more people): General Admission, Seniors (62+), Students – $15.00.

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Auditions for Becky’s New Car by Bowie Community Theatre, Apr 23 & 24

Auditions for Becky’s New Car by Bowie Community Theatre, Apr 23 & 24

Bowie Community Theatre announces auditions for
Becky’s New Car
a comedy by Steven Dietz.

It is directed by Ilene Chalmers, and produced by Malia Murray and Portia Bagley. Auditions will be held on Monday, April 23rd, and Tuesday, April 24th, from 7:30 – 9PM at the Bowie Playhouse, White Marsh Recreation Park, 16500 White Marsh Park Drive, Bowie, MD 20715. Call backs, if needed, will be held Thursday, April 26th.

Performances July 13 – 29, 2018.

Location: Bowie Community Theatre at the Bowie Playhouse

Becky’s New Car is a hilarious screwball comedy with serious overtones, a devious and delightful romp down the road not taken. Have you ever been tempted to flee your own life? Becky Foster is happily married to a good man, and together they struggle to survive in a bad economy and to support their son, who lives in the basement while he works toward his degree. Becky takes a trip on the “wild side,” with a billionaire who just happens to enter the car dealership where Becky works, only to discover that her inability to say “no” has created a trunk-full of problems. How can a nice person who has done something bad get herself out of this car wreck?

For more information, instructions and parts to be cast, click here.