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TCC THEATRE PRESENTS SIMON’S BAREFOOT IN THE PARK
Classic comedy highlights marriage and the struggle for balance in daily life
* Nov. 8-11, 8 p.m. and Nov. 12 matinee – Chesapeake Studio Theatre
* Nov. 16-18, 8 p.m. – TCC Roper Performing Arts Center
Left to right: TCC actors Ryan Bailey playing Paul Bratter, Josh Hastings playing Victor Velasco and Ellyse Jolley as Corie Bratter.
SOUTH HAMPTON ROADS, Va. – (Oct. 30, 2006) – Tidewater Community College Theatre opens its 2006-‘07 season with a production of Neil Simon’s classic comedy, Barefoot in the Park, which first opened on Broadway in 1963.
The action of the play revolves around a newlywed couple with differing views on life. Free-spirited, high-energy Corie, the wife, wants to squeeze every ounce of enjoyment and adventure from each day. Practical and proper Paul, the husband, just wants to keep his suits crisply pressed and focus on his new law career. These polar approaches to life bring about the conflict and comedy in Simon’s theatrical jewel.
The production runs Nov. 8-11 at 8 p.m. and Nov. 12 at 2 p.m. at TCC Studio Theater on the Chesapeake Campus. The production then moves to the TCC Roper Performing Arts Center on the Norfolk Campus for a run Nov. 16-18 at 8 p.m. For information and reservations, call 822-5219 or TCC’s Information Center, 822-1122.
Tidewater Community College
is the second largest of the 23 community colleges in the Commonwealth
of Virginia, enrolling more than 37,000 students annually. The 37th
largest in the nation’s 1,600 community-college network, TCC
ranks among the 50 fastest-growing large community colleges. Founded
in 1968 as a part of the Virginia Community College System, the
college serves the South Hampton Roads region with campuses in Chesapeake,
Norfolk, Portsmouth and Virginia Beach as well as the TCC Jeanne
and George Roper Performing Arts Center in the theater district
in downtown Norfolk, the Visual Arts Center in Olde Towne Portsmouth
and a regional Advanced Technology Center in Virginia Beach. Forty-four
percent of the region’s residents attending a college or university
in Virginia last fall were enrolled at TCC. For more information,