Don’t wait until the last minute for “Godot!” Bisbee’s Obscure Productions, your hard working, well seasoned, community theater company opens our (count ‘em!) 11th season on October 11 with Love, Loss, and What I Wore, by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron. The show continues October 12, 13, 18, 19, & 20 at 7:30 pm for evening shows and 3:00 pm for matinees. All performances are at the O. G. Squffy Theater at Central School Project in Old Bisbee.
No, we don’t have any city council persons starring in this one. You can watch those folks perform two Tuesday evenings a month for free! Instead we feature a talented ensemble of beautiful Bisbee and Bisbee area women, expounding on topics that everyone can relate to, or learn to relate to . . . Guys, don’t worry, you might like it too. Just think how sensitive you’ll seem. Great for date night! And just think of all the sporting events and action movies your women folk have endured. Pay back doesn’t have to be a b…. In fact, it could prevent one.
A special feature of our October 11 opening night is the debut of BOP’s “First Nighter’s Café” brought to you by the Queens of Art. We encourage our patrons to come early that evening (doors open at 6:30) and enjoy the Queen’s delectable baked goods and a beverage, making your date night and theater experience even more delicious.
Mark your calendars, call your best gals, guys and pals and come on up. Enjoy the show!