October 27 to November 19, 2016

Grand Concourse

by Heidi Schreck


Director: Bethe Ensey

Set & Light Design: Greg Patterson and Kevin Thomas

Brought to you, in part, by: JEFFREY KLINNER

 

A soup kitchen where even the staff is needy. Having dedicated her life to religious service, Shelley runs a Bronx soup kitchen with unsentimental efficiency, but lately her heart’s not quite in it. When Emma — an idealistic but confused college dropout — arrives to volunteer, her reckless mix of generosity and self-involvement pushes Shelley to the breaking point.


Cast (in order of appearance):
Tonya Marshall (Shelley)

Melanie Hollenstein (Emma)

James Gladney (Oscar)

Judd McCluney (Frog)

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights at 8:00

Sunday matinee (November 6) at 2:30.

SEASON 31 OPENING NIGHT RECEPTIONS SPONSORED BY
Michael J. Freeman  (in honor of his wife's birthday)

Mary Anne Freeman

Do YOU want to make a difference? Click here to see how.

HERE IS WHAT TNT is doing to make a difference...right here in Birmingham...

The Community Kitchens of Birmingham

TNT is partnering with The Community Kitchens of Birmingham to feed the homeless

and hungry. Did you know that Birmingham has the 2nd highest food hardship rate in the

nation? 1 in 5 people in our community struggle with hunger. TNT has decided that it

wants to make difference. We want to help.

Donations will be collected during the run of the show. There will be a donation box in the lobby for cash/check gifts and we will also accept canned goods which will be taken to one of the facilities just in time for Thanksgiving.

 

Friday, November 4, 2016: Meet Kimberly

On this night only, TNT will give $5 of your $25 ticket purchase DIRECTLY to The Community Kitchens of Birmingham. Meet Program Director, Kimberly Jeanty, after the show. Find out more about what they do to provide warm meals to the needy in our city.

Terrific New Theatre's Mission Statement

​The mission of Terrific New Theatre is to promote the presence of non-profit community theatre in Birmingham, Alabama, and the surrounding region, through presentation of a distinctive season of high-quality contemporary programs. In addition, TNT will act as a showcase for local talent and as a workshop/lab where theatre folk can experience hands-on participation.