Jewish Federation Theatre
698 Beech Street, Manchester, NH  03104
Same Time, Next Year
Second Stage Professional Company in conjunction with
Manchester Communitiy Theatre Players
Saturday, February 10 at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, February 11 at 2:00 p.m.
Jewish Federation Theatre

Production Crew
Alan D. Kaplan, Director
Steve Short, Stage Manager
Rick Elliot, Lighting, Technical & Sound
Carey Cahoon, Scenic Design
Matt Cahoon, Set Build
Mary Selvoski, Costumer

Doris,  Lynda Aramento
George, Brett Mallard
Brett Mallard and Lynda Aramento bring to life the characters of “George” a vulnerable yet self absorbed accountant and “Helen” an oblivious high school dropout with a blunt tongue and hyper-controlled emotions in this counter-intuitive tale of romance and adultery.  First performed in 1975 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in New York this story of non-traditional love and devotion by Bernard Slade spans the emotional palate.  While there are only two characters on stage we come to know their families and children through their storytelling of bits and pieces of the waxing and waning of their respective marriages.  However, the focus remains on how Doris and George each change or stay the same in response to global, local and family events. 

For a third year Second Stage Professional Company (a division
of Manchester Community Theatre Players) brings to the
stage a romantic comedy for the Valentine season. 
This year we have the opportunity to work in our
new theatre space through our partnership
with the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire.