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NCHS THEATER DEPARTMENT BEGINS WORK ON FALL PRODUCTION
Angelia Steiner
Friday, September 06, 2019

SABRINA FAIR by Samuel Taylor "is a modern version of the Cinderella tale." 

Set on Long Island in the 1950s, SABRINA FAIR deals with the involvement of a very rich family named Larrabee with Sabrina Fairchild, the daughter of their family chauffeur. She is bright, well-educated, and has just returned from five years in Paris, where she has done a brilliant job as an executive in a U.S. government overseas office. She has come home to find out if she is still in love with the younger Larrabee son, David. The elder son, Linus, a cynical, good-humored tycoon who has taken control of the family fortune, detects Sabrina's feelings for his brother, and for his own amusement lays a trap to bring them together. It works: David falls in love with Sabrina and wants to marry her. At the same time, a rich young Frenchman who dated Sabrina in Paris turns up and asks her to marry him. Faced with this dilemma, Sabrina discovers it is really Linus she wants.

There will be three performances:  the curtain will rise for the premiere on Friday, November 22 at 7 pm; students are admitted free; adults are $5 each. There is no advanced seating for Friday’s performance.

Saturday, November 23  will be a dinner theatre: doors open at 5:30, dinner begins at 6, curtain rises at 7 pm, and dessert will be served during intermission.  Cost for dinner theater is $15, and reservations are required: contact asteiner@usd115.org by Wednesday, November 20 at 3pm.  If you do not wish to have dinner, you may attend the play only; students are admitted free; adults are $5 each. There is no advanced seating for play only, and the seats will be farther back behind diners.

On Sunday, November 24 there will be a matinee at 2 pm.  Students are admitted free; adults are $5 each. There is no advanced seating for Sunday’s performance.

We hope to see you at the fall play!