Tickets are now available online, at www.twinmasks.org, for Twin Masks Performing Arts Center's (TMPAC) inaugural production of Avow, written by Bill C. Davis and directed by Claudia Lillibridge. Adults $15.00, Seniors and Students $10.00. We accept all major credit cards. Walk ups welcome!
Opening night is Friday, May 4 and we run for three weekends on Friday and Saturday nights. Show time is at 8pm.
Our theatre is located in the heart of Twinsburg, right on the square,... at 9076 Church Street, Suite 2 and 3, Twinsburg, OH 44087. FREE parking is available directly behind our building, on Church Street, or behind the First Congregational Church of Twinsburg (located right next door). We are a 48 seat theatre with 2 dedicated handicapped accessible seating, if needed. There is also one dedicated handicapped parking spot located directly in front of our theatre.
Brian John Barron-Wright
Tom Steven R. Tiderman
Father Raymond John Hickman
Irene Claudia Lillibridge
Julie Barbara Katz-Howitt
Rose Sue Cohen
Father Nash Mark Durbin
THE STORY: Brian and Tom ask their liberal and forward-thinking parish priest, Father Raymond, to witness and bless their vows to each other. Although Father Raymond understands their affection for each other, he holds that they must live a celibate life if they wish to be part of the Church. Brian is outraged. Tom becomes reflective, as Father Raymond's words strike a chord in him. Brian's sister, Irene, a concert pianist, is single and pregnant from an affair. Brian has convinced her to have the baby, which he and Tom will adopt. Irene, desiring nothing more than her brother's happiness and security, tries to mediate between Brian and Tom and Father Raymond. Much to her surprise she discovers a deep attraction to Father Raymond. The attraction turns out to be mutual, forcing Father Raymond to reexamine his life of commitment and loneliness. In the meantime, Brian's and Irene's mother, Rose, works very hard through her confessor, Father Nash (who is also Father Raymond's confessor), to come to terms with her son's and daughter's "exotic" lifestyles. As Tom begins to pull away from Brian, Father Raymond moves closer to Irene. Tom's and Brian's catalytic request creates five separate and linked spiritual journeys, each seeking to balance passion and faith.
Contains strong adult language, sexual situations, and not recommended for children under the age of 17 without prior written parental consent or accompanied by an adult.
For further information, please call 330-888-3211 or visit our website, www.twinmasks.org.
Avow is performed and rights secured with permission from Dramatists Play Service