ATTLEBORO COMMUNITY THEATRE

ACT: SEASON SIXTY-TWO

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Attleboro Community Theatre (ACT) is thrilled to continue its 62nd Season with MOM’S GIFT, written by Phil Olson and directed by Emily Lamarre (Attleboro, MA) and assisted by Bob Lively (Attleboro, MA).

Mom has been dead for eleven months and shows up at her husband’s birthday party as a ghost with a mission.

Like Clarence in It’s A Wonderful Life, she has to accomplish a task to earn her wings. Only what the task actually is, is a mystery. There are so many things to fix.

The problem is complicated by the fact that the only person who can hear or see Mom is her daughter who has been ordered by the court to spend Dad’s birthday with him as part of her Anger Management Program.

One-by-one the family’s secrets are peeled away revealing a shocking truth that surprises even our ghost. The very talented and locally-based cast includes:

Kat – Ellen Robinson (Mansfield, MA) – ACT Stage Debut!

Mom – Elizabeth Parent (Albion, RI)

Dad – Johnny Bender (Attleboro, MA)

Brittney – Kimmi Roche (Attleboro, MA)

Trish – Karen DiOrio (Woonsocket, RI)

Kevin – Jay DiLisio (Attleboro, MA)

Mrs. Norquist – Anne Faiella (Norton, MA)

Performances will be held at the Ezekiel Bates Masonic Lodge, located at 71 North Main Street in Attleboro. Performance dates are February 15th, 16th, 17th, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 28th, and March 1st and 2nd. Friday, Saturday, and the special Thursday evening performances are at 8 pm, and Sunday matinees are at 2 pm.

Doors will open one hour prior to each performance.

Tickets can be purchased at the door for $20 or $18 online via

https://squareup.com/market/acttickets

Senior and student discounts apply at the door or online for $15. Please consider reserving seats in advance of each performance by calling (508) 226-8100 or emailing

attleborocommunitytheatreACT@gmail.com

ACT’s 62nd Season is generously supported by the Attleboro, North Attleborough, Bellingham, Wrentham, Franklin, Mansfield, Raynham, and Norton Cultural Councils, as well as Amica, The Attleboro Elks Lodge, and the Prone Foundation.