The Depot Theatre will host its seasonal series “Soup and a Play Reading” returning on Sunday, Nov. 18, at the Depot Theatre.
Soup and mingling begins at 6 p.m., with the play reading beginning at 6:30 p.m. Playwright Jeanne Beckwith will be present for the reading and available for discussion following. “Opportunity of a Lifetime” tells the story of Ted Rivers, who has arrived at the island residence of a “Mr. Solomon.” Ted is interviewing for a job which he desperately needs, however, as the interview progresses and he becomes acquainted with the bizarre residents of the island, he becomes increasingly aware that something is not quite right on the island, and concludes that he doesn’t need this job that badly. The problem is that the “job” apparently needs him. The action takes place over the course of one day on an island off the coast of Massachusetts. Admission is free but donations are welcome.
For more information about “Soup and a Play Reading” check depottheatre.org or call the Depot Theatre office at 962-8680.
The Depot Theatre is looking forward to unveiling its 35th Anniversary Season in the coming weeks. Subscriptions will be available in the beginning of December online and by mail. Single tickets and subscriptions by phone will be available in the Spring. The Depot Theatre offers discounted ticket and subscription process for Seniors, Students, and Groups. For more information about the 35th Anniversary Season and subscription packages check depottheatre.org or call the Depot Theatre Box Office at 962-4449.