Spring 2017 Children's Theatre Production: Ramona Quimby
March 22-24 at 10:30 a.m. in Alumnae Hall Theatre
March 25-26 at 2 p.m. in Alumnae Hall Theatre
Unpredictable, frustrating, rowdy yet lovable… Ramona Quimby continuously aggravates her older sister, Beezus, and always “gets into trouble” because she likes to "make a big, noisy fuss" when things don't go her way! As narrator, Beezus introduces the Quimby family and friends and sets the scene for Ramona's chaotic course through both third grade and her family relationships.
Adapted by Len Jenkin from the novels of Beverly Cleary. Produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois.
For more information, or to reserve tickets, please call 610-647-4400 ext. 3731 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
$10 for Adults
$ 7 Children & Students
$ 5 Senior Citizen (over 65)
Tickets for weekday performances must be reserved ahead of time. Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more.
We accept cash and checks (payable to “Cue and Curtain Theatre”) but no credit cards.
History of Cue & Curtain Players
The drama club of Immaculata predates the college founding and therefore is the oldest organization in the university. Originally called the Villa Maria Players, the troupe presented its first production in 1914 under the direction of Sister Mary Donatus. For the next 55 years, she continued to serve as producer, director and playwright for the group, which was renamed "Villa Maria College Players." The current title, "Cue and Curtain Players," was adopted in the early 1940s as a gift from Father John Ford.
Since 1971, under the direction of Sister Constance Mary (1971 – 1976), Sister Marie Hubert (1977 – 2005), Sister Marcille McEntee (2006 – 2016), and Dara Himes (2017 – present), the Cue and Curtain Players of Immaculata have presented either a drama or musical in the fall and a children’s theatre production in the spring.