Pictured l to r: Mary Kenline, Jordan Ricks, and Amy Coulter
The Chandler-Gilbert Community College Performing Arts Department will present its spring theater production, A Delightful Quarantine (see attached photo), Thursday - Saturday, March 26- 28, at 7:30 p.m.; and on Sunday, March 29 at 2 p.m. in Room A-155 on CGCC's Pecos campus.
Mark Dunn's A Delightful Quarantine centers on the middle-class community of Susqua Creek Acres, Pennsylvania, whose residents and visitors have been placed in quarantine. Secrets are revealed, conflicts erupt, long-festering wounds are dressed, and relationships are tested. This heartwarming original comedy/drama explores how people react when there is nowhere else to go.
The cast of A Delightful Quarantine includes: Mary Kenline (Violet Bassey) of Chandler; David Hardy (Roy Robbins) of Chandler; Justin Valdez (Clark Wigglin) of Chandler; Tristan Hallam (Shirley Wigglin) of Chandler; Chris Zunino (The Haz Mat Team) of Chandler; Sydnee Overton (Professor Lucy Fuller) of Gilbert; Lori Carter (Barbara Middlebrook) of Gilbert; Kelly Lind (Paula Middlebrook-Clobb) of Gilbert; Stephanie Zavala (Sue Stadler) of Gilbert; Jon Holdsworth (Dean Stadler) of Gilbert; Elizabeth Dones (Diandra Robbins) of Gilbert; Tierney Stephenson (Jennifer Wigglin) of Gilbert; Jordan Ricks (Tug Goff) of Mesa; Gingi Cullipher (Judeen Dempsey) of Mesa; Nikki DePriest (Bethany Robbins) of Mesa; Dean Metzger (The Haz Mat Team) of Mesa; Sarah Goodman (Kitty Civette) of Phoenix; Amy Coulter (Mavis Jemco) of Phoenix; and Michael Herrera (Chester Banderhorn) of Queen Creek.
Tickets are $8 general admission and $5 for students (with ID) and can be purchased by calling the CGCC Box Office at (480) 732-7343.