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Rehoboth - A Staged Reading of a New Play by Richard L. Gaw 

Saturday June 15, 2019

Complimentary wine, beer, and light snacks will be served. Suggested donation: $25. Reservations encouraged here.

Join CTC in Old Town Hall at The Delaware Historical Society on Saturday, June 15, from 7 P.M. to 10 P.M. as we present Rehoboth, a staged reading of a new play by Richard L. Gaw.

Washington, D.C. attorney Ashton Pearce purchases a beach house with an ocean view in Rehoboth, Delaware. On a Friday evening in August 2017, his college friend Dr. Grayson Cooper pays a visit to Ashton and his wife, Celia. What takes place over the course of an evening explores friendships, loyalty, and decency, in an age when the refinement of these three attributes have come to mean little in answering the question: “What defines a decent human being?”

Featuring Michael Gray, David Hastings, Kerry Kristine McElrone, Cindy Starcher, and Dan Tucker.

City Theater Company is committed to advancing local artists and producing new work. To learn more about CTC, please visit www.city-theater.org.

Cover art (watercolor) by Caroline Roosevelt.

PARKING NEARBY!
We're pleased to announce to our patrons that on-street parking is FREE in the City on weekends. There is also FREE parking available at the Colonial Parking lot, located on 6th & Shipley Streets, just across from Willingtown Square (you can walk straight through the gates at Willingtown Square park to get to Market Street and the Old Town Hall location).

In addition, a paid ($5) parking garage is located just around the corner from neighbor venues, The Queen and Merchant Bar, at 5th between King & Market Streets.

25th Season. City Theater is back on the market!

Rock out!

City Theater Company is committed to ridding the planet of complacency, redundancy, indifference and fear — therefore clearing the way for fun, electricity, cool art, and some major chutzpah.


We seek out what makes us most afraid and then attack it with an odd, supernatural fury. We breathe in and out in time with our audience, and the resulting electrical charge produces theatrical shock waves that demand attention. The folks here believe that theater should be filled with big energy, big ideas, big fun, and other big stuff we haven’t even thought of yet. Meanwhile, we burn bridges and bite bullets. We pound the pavement, shoot the moon, damn the torpedoes, and laugh ’til it hurts. We do stuff that rocks, and we have one hell of a time!

This organization is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on DelawareScene.com.