Amusing Grace 5: Act 2 Scene 3

A funny and tender treatment of the dilemmas facing most of us in our later years.

The stage production.

Misfits Audio, in cooperation with Calliope Sound Productions brings you “Amusing Grace”

A romantic comedy in 5 parts, written by Neville J. Bryant. Directed by Tony Junor. Recorded before a live audience in August, 2000, At Erindale Studio Theatre, University of Toronto, Mississauga. Ontario.

The cast and crew are as follows:
Grace Marlow was played by Hasel Dalgleish
Danny Wendel was played by Jim Hooper
Jillian Marlow was played by Julie Tisdale
Live sound effects (Foley) Performer was Scott Shepherd
Music was written and performed by Neville J. Bryant.
Live recording supervised by James W. Smagata
Your announcer is Murray Retread.

Please visit Neville’s website at http://www.stagecraftproductions.net, and Calliope Sound productions at http://www.calliopesoundproductions.com.

For Misfits audio, Capt. John Tadrzak is the CEO, and April Sadowski is our webmaster. The preceding was used by permission of Neville J. Bryant and Calliope Sound productions, Tony Junor, President and CEO.

“A triumph of grey power, Amusing Grace is a hit.”
– SCOTT WHALEN, PETERBOROUGH EXAMINER

“A joyful look at senior’s love story”
– STAVIA REASON, TORONTO STAR

“Should be required viewing for anyone claiming to enjoy live theatre.”
-JIM COSTLEY, THEATRE ADVENTURES

Amusing Grace 4: Act 2 Scene 2

A funny and tender treatment of the dilemmas facing most of us in our later years.

The stage production.

Misfits Audio, in cooperation with Calliope Sound Productions brings you “Amusing Grace”

Act 2. Scene 2: Grace’s daughter Gillian comes to the roof in search of her mother, but finds Danny instead, and they have a heart -to-heart talk. He wants to get up enough nerve to face Grace again, but at the last minute….

A romantic comedy in 5 parts, written by Neville J. Bryant. Directed by Tony Junor. Recorded before a live audience in August, 2000, At Erindale Studio Theatre, University of Toronto, Mississauga. Ontario.

The cast and crew are as follows:
Grace Marlow was played by Hasel Dalgleish
Danny Wendel was played by Jim Hooper
Jillian Marlow was played by Julie Tisdale
Live sound effects (Foley) Performer was Scott Shepherd
Music was written and performed by Neville J. Bryant.
Live recording supervised by James W. Smagata
Your announcer is Murray Retread.

Please visit Neville’s website at http://www.stagecraftproductions.net, and Calliope Sound productions at http://www.calliopesoundproductions.com.

For Misfits audio, Capt. John Tadrzak is the CEO, and April Sadowski is our webmaster. The preceding was used by permission of Neville J. Bryant and Calliope Sound productions, Tony Junor, President and CEO.

“A triumph of grey power, Amusing Grace is a hit.”
– SCOTT WHALEN, PETERBOROUGH EXAMINER

“A joyful look at senior’s love story”
– STAVIA REASON, TORONTO STAR

“Should be required viewing for anyone claiming to enjoy live theatre.”
-JIM COSTLEY, THEATRE ADVENTURES

Amusing Grace 3

A funny and tender treatment of the dilemmas facing most of us in our later years.

The stage production.

Misfits Audio, in cooperation with Calliope Sound Productions brings you “Amusing Grace”

Act 2. Scene 1: The next day. Grace plans a surprise for Danny. She is on the roof of the complex setting up a table.

A romantic comedy in 5 parts, written by Neville J. Bryant. Directed by Tony Junor. Recorded before a live audience in August, 2000, At Erindale Studio Theatre, University of Toronto, Mississauga. Ontario.

The cast and crew are as follows:
Grace Marlow was played by Hasel Dalgleish
Danny Wendel was played by Jim Hooper
Jillian Marlow was played by Julie Tisdale
Live sound effects (Foley) Performer was Scott Shepherd
Music was written and performed by Neville J. Bryant.
Live recording supervised by James W. Smagata
Your announcer is Murray Retread.

Please visit Neville’s website at http://www.stagecraftproductions.net, and Calliope Sound productions at http://www.calliopesoundproductions.com.

For Misfits audio, Capt. John Tadrzak is the CEO, and April Sadowski is our webmaster. The preceding was used by permission of Neville J. Bryant and Calliope Sound productions, Tony Junor, President and CEO.

“A triumph of grey power, Amusing Grace is a hit.”
– SCOTT WHALEN, PETERBOROUGH EXAMINER

“A joyful look at senior’s love story”
– STAVIA REASON, TORONTO STAR

“Should be required viewing for anyone claiming to enjoy live theatre.”
-JIM COSTLEY, THEATRE ADVENTURES

Amusing Grace 2: Act 1 Scene 2

A funny and tender treatment of the dilemmas facing most of us in our later years.

The stage production.

Amusing Grace, In Act 1 scene 1, we found Danny and Grace, new neighbours since she moved in to the apartment complex, engaged in what was supposed to be a friendly game of Trivial Pursuit. After failing miserably to get along with each other, grace takes her leave of Danny and goes downstairs, back to her apartment. The scene ends with him all alone on the rooftop, trying to figure out what is wrong with her, and feeling a little down in spirit, since she refused to “do lunch” with him.

And now, Amusing Grace. Act 1 Scene 2. The time is the following morning. Grace brings her daughter Gillian up to the apartment rooftop to meet Danny.

A romantic comedy in 5 parts, written by Neville J. Bryant. Directed by Tony Junor. Recorded before a live audience in August, 2000, At Erindale Studio Theatre, University of Toronto, Mississauga. Ontario.

The cast and crew are as follows:
Grace Marlow was played by Hasel Dalgleish
Danny Wendel was played by Jim Hooper
Jillian Marlow was played by Julie Tisdale
Live sound effects (Foley) Performer was Scott Shepherd
Music was written and performed by Neville J. Bryant.
Live recording supervised by James W. Smagata
Your announcer is Murray Retread.

Please visit Neville’s website at http://www.stagecraftproductions.net, and Calliope Sound productions at http://www.calliopesoundproductions.com.

The preceding was used by permission of Neville J. Bryant and Calliope Sound productions, Tony Junor, President and CEO.

“A triumph of grey power, Amusing Grace is a hit.”
– SCOTT WHALEN, PETERBOROUGH EXAMINER

“A joyful look at senior’s love story”
– STAVIA REASON, TORONTO STAR

“Should be required viewing for anyone claiming to enjoy live theatre.”
-JIM COSTLEY, THEATRE ADVENTURES

Amusing Grace 1

A funny and tender treatment of the dilemmas facing most of us in our later years.

Roy Hughes and Helen Bell as Danny and Grace in a stage production.

Act 1. Scene 1: The time is 11 a.m. on a warm summer morning The place is an rooftop of an apartment building in a rundown part of an unnamed city. There, Grace (age 76) and Danny (age 78) are heavily engaged in a game of Trivial Pursuit.

A romantic comedy in 5 parts, written by Neville J. Bryant. Directed by Tony Junor. Recorded before a live audience in August, 2000, At Erindale Studio Theatre, University of Toronto, Mississauga. Ontario.

The cast and crew are as follows:
Grace Marlow was played by Hasel Dalgleish
Danny Wendel was played by Jim Hooper
Jillian Marlow was played by Julie Tisdale
Live sound effects (Foley) Performer was Scott Shepherd
Music was written and performed by Neville J. Bryant.
Live recording supervised by James W. Smagata
Your announcer is Murray Retread.

Please visit Neville’s website at http://www.stagecraftproductions.net, and Calliope Sound productions at http://www.calliopesoundproductions.com.

The preceding was used by permission of Neville J. Bryant and Calliope Sound productions, Tony Junor, President and CEO.

“A triumph of grey power, Amusing Grace is a hit.”
– SCOTT WHALEN, PETERBOROUGH EXAMINER

“A joyful look at senior’s love story”
– STAVIA REASON, TORONTO STAR

“Should be required viewing for anyone claiming to enjoy live theatre.”
-JIM COSTLEY, THEATRE ADVENTURES

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