Director Charles Edward Hall returns for another season. Several years ago, Twilight Theatre began featuring original, often unproduced works offering playwrights the chance to have their works performed in professional production—the only company in western Kentucky to do this.
This year’s production features a world premier—Thompson Street in which two old friends meet unexpectedly in the park only to realize that the past is always changing.
Lilac, in which a young writer is introduced to an agent and soon realizes that “Love sees sharply, hatred sees even more sharp, but Jealousy sees the sharpest, for it is love and hate at the same time.”
The final play of the evening is Fugazy. After the death of his father, Matt returns to a junk piled home in rural Kentucky searching for his lost relationship with his father.
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