ALL IN THE TIMING – Nov. 3-5, Worcester – Nov. 10-12, Davenport Center

The Catskill Community Players present the award winning comedy-drama “All in the Timing”, by David Ives, for TWO WEEKENDS- Please note there are TWO completely different locations. . .

· November 3 & 4 at 8:00pm, & Sunday 2pm Matinee at the Wieting Theater in Worcester, preceded by an optional theater dinner at the Worcester Inn across the street, Sunday’s Dinner Follows the Matinee. The link below is for SHOW ONLY Tickets. If you prefer to reserve Dinner plus Show, on Nov. 3, 4 or 5, call the Worcester Inn for your reservations at 607-397-8500.

· November 10 & 11 at 8pm & Sunday, Nov. 12th Sunday 2pm Matinee at The Davenport Center for the Arts, located at 62 Davenport Ctr Rd 2, Oneonta, There is no associated Dinner. Show Only Tickets are purchased thru this link.

“All in the Timing” consists of 6 comic sketches about language, the meaning of life & complications in romantic relationships. In “Sure Thing”: a man and a woman (played by Diana and Ben Friedell, pictured above) meet for the first time in a cafe, where they have an awkward meeting that starts over again, each time they say the wrong thing, until, finally, they romantically connect.

Words, Words, Words tests the theory that 3 monkeys locked in a lab with typewriters (played by Bhala Jones, Christine Juliano & Alex Riba), will eventually write Hamlet.

Scott West plays a Language teacher in The Universal Language who is teaching his new student, played by Lissa Sidoli the dubious language of Unamunda;

Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread is a musical parody of minimalist composer Philip Glass, and features Rebecca Chien, Diana & Ben Friedell & Rick Ryther, with musical direction from Dan Chien.

In The Philadelphia: Two friends & their waitress (played by Judy Greenberg, Lissa Sidoli & Stacy Nelson) get entangled in an altered reality when they try to order dinner.

And last but not least, in Variations in the Death of Trotsky, Scott West plays the revolutionary, Leon Trotsky, who muses about his death from an assassin’s axe, as his gardner, played by Christopher Law, and his wife, played by Roxanne Rippa try to help him figure it all out.

Diana Friedell, President of the Catskill Community Players, is producing, Nancy Bondurant-Couch, who teaches theater classes at SUNY, is directing, with Gary Koutnik assistant directing, and Raphael Sason constructing sets.

TICKETS are $18 for adults and $15 for Senior Citizens & Students, and are Also Available at the Door, for both weekends.

On line Ticket Link:

If you are looking to reserve A “Dinner Theater” Ticket (Dinner + Theater) Tickets are $42 for Adults, $39 for Senior Citizens, only for the November 3rd, 4th and 5th Show, Call the Worcester Inn at 607-397-8500.

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“Clever and Laugh out Loud Funny!”

Dinner Theater Menu 11-3, 4 & 5 at the Worcester Inn!

**All dinners include Salad Bar, Dessert and Choice of 2 soups –

Roasted Red Pepper, tomato, gouda Bisque & Autumn Bisque

*Sea food Duo—Maine lobster tail +Honey Lime Shrimp Skewer

*Crab Stuffed Shrimp– with Lemon, Butter + white lime sauce

*Rosemary, Herb Free Range Airline Chicken Breast—

Tender Free Range chicken, with Rosemary, finished with Balsamic reduction glaze

*Apple Crisp Boneless Pork Loin Chop

With caramelized apples and crisp topping finished with Brown Sugar Rum Glaze

*Delmonico Steak—with Bourbon Glaze + Compound Butter

*Vegetarian Zucchini Raft– Mushrooms, Garlic, Onions, Peppers, Tomato with Sweet Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

Desserts : Choose from one of our Famous homemade desserts