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The Outgoing Tide        

     July 11 - August 2, 2014

REGIONAL PREMIERE

THE OUTGOING TIDE
by Bruce Graham

In a summer cottage on Chesapeake Bay, Gunner has hatched an unorthodox plan to
secure his family's future but meets with resistance from his wife and son, who
have plans of their own. As winter approaches, the three must find common ground and
come to an understanding -- before the tide goes out. This new drama hums with dark
humor and deep emotion.



Director: Carol Max
Cast: Kevin Gardner, John Noble and Joanne Westervelt


Cast and Scenes of The Outgoing Tide
      The Outgoing Tide

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"The Outgoing Tide thought-provoking at Curtain Call" - Steve Barnes, Times Union 7/13/14

"...credit is equally shared between Carol Max's bold direction, Laura Brignull's all-purpose set, some truly remarkable lighting and sound effects, and-most importantly-three absolutely note-perfect performances." - Alexander M. Stern, Metroland 7/17/14

"Outgoing Tide" an important look at an often ignored topic - Bob Goepfert, The Record, 7/14/14.

Audience Comments for The Outgoing Tide

RUN, don't walk, to get your tickets to see "The Outgoing Tide" at Curtain Call Theater in Latham. A serious subject, a family member's recognition of his loss of memory resulting from aging and its impact on the family, is handled with understanding and humor throughout. Well written, well acted, well directed, it is theater at its finest. Kevin Gardner, John Noble and Joanne Westervelt give sensitive, sympathetic, performances under the able direction of Carol Max.

Sheila and Harvey Randall
Niskayuna, NY



Carol -- Truly outstanding. How proud you should be, once again. All three actors were wonderful--presenting a difficult topic, relevant to everyone, in a most heartwarming delivery. We both loved it!

Karen



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Next up... Family Furniture by A.R. Gurney.



Our Theatre is wheelchair accessible. All titles and dates are subject to change.