Little Theatre of Watertown New Show


By Craig Thornton

Mass Appeal by Bill C. Davis
Black River Valley Club Cabaret Room, 131 Washington St. Watertown NY
Dinner Theater:
Feb 21 7pm (Friday)
Feb 22 7pm (Saturday)
Feb 23 1pm matinee (Sunday)
Feb 27 7pm (Thursday)
Feb 28 7pm (Friday)
March 1 at 1pm matinee (Saturday)
All meals served with rolls, vegetables, coffee/tea, and desert. Choice of:
  • Roast Beef with Smashed Potatoes
  • Chicken Parmagiana with Pasta
  • Crab Stuffed Haddock with Smashed Potatoes
$30.00 per person includes dinner, tax, tip and show. Reservations Required - Call 315-263-1166
General Admission:
Feb 20, 2013 7:30 pm (Thurs Opening Night) Will be a benefit for Watertown Mystery Players
March 2 1PM matinee (Sunday)
$15.00 at the Door - $12.00 for LTW Members. Reservations will be taken for General Admission shows of Mass Appeal 315-263-1166.
Directed by Jane Jenkins
Starring Terry Burgess as Father Tim Farley and Shane Coughlin as Mark Dolson

Father Tim Farley, a lover of the good things in life, is comfortably ensconced as priest of a prosperous Catholic congregation. Without realizing it, he has resorted to flattering his parishioners and entertaining them with sermons that skirt any disturbing issues, in order to protect his Mercedes, his trips abroad and the generous supply of fine wines that grace his table (and his desk drawer). His well-ordered world is disrupted by the arrival of Mark Dolson, an intense and idealistic young seminarian whom Father Farley reluctantly agrees to take under his wing. There is immediate conflict between the two as the younger man challenges the older priest's sybaritic ways, while Father Farley is appalled by Mark's confession that he had led a life of bisexual promiscuity before entering the priesthood. In the final essence their confrontation is a touching yet very funny examination of the nature of friendship, courage and the infinite variety of love, as the older man is reminded of the firebrand he once was, and the younger comes to realize that forbearance is as vital to the Christian ethic as righteousness.
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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