Two More Performances Tonight at 6:30 and 8:30 PM for Tasty Monster’s ‘Personals – A Love Story for the Rest of Us’ By Joel Markowitz

There are two more performance tonight – at  6:30 & 8:30 pm of Tasty Monster Productions’ new musical Personals -A Love Story for the Rest of Us at Adventure Theatre.

A couple of months ago, maybe even a couple of weeks ago, if anyone told Heather Bagnall Scheeler and Luke Tudball that their show Personals -A Love Story for the Rest of Us, was going to be opening this weekend, they probably would have laughed. But opening it is, and not with a whimper but with  bang and a fine array of talent on the Adventure Theatre stage.  This show marks the launch of Tasty Monster Productions and a “great experiment”, an outside theatre renting the Adventure Theatre space.

“We couldn’t be more excited about this partnership,” remarks Heather Bagnall Scheeler, co-founding Artistic Director of Tasty Monster (who also plays Claire in this production). “They have been incredibly supportive and generous with resources and the show looks amazing on the Alexander set. We hope this marks the beginning of a long and fruitful relationship.” A continued relationship for Miss Scheeler who has tread the boards at AT as performer, choreographer and stage crew.

The cast includes Luke Tudball, Heather Bagnall Scheeler, Jenny Donovan, Ken Kemp, Kristen Jepperson and Stephen Hock, joined by the award-winning Unified Jazz Ensemble with the hugely talented Mike Noonan at the helm.

Cast of 'Personals - A Love Story For The Rest Of Us.': Unified Jazz Ensemble, Ken Kemp, Stephen Hock, Kristen Jepperson, Luke Tudball, Heather Bagnall Scheeler, Luke Tudball and Jenny Donovan. Photo courtesy of Tasty Monster Productions.

“This is a show for anyone who has ever been in love, wanted to be in love, or fallen out of love – a comedic romp through the crazy world of internet dating and personals ads. Written by the team behind the hit TV show Friends this heartwarming journey through the trials, tribulations, and sometime successes of the dating world is a must for anyone who has ever taken a second look at life and wondered what might have been. With memorable music by Stephen Schwartz, Alan Menken, William K. Dreskin, Joel Phillip Friedman, Seth Friedman, and Michael Skloff this will be an evening not to be missed.”

Personals – A Love Story For The Rest Of Us’ plays tonight March 17th at 6:30 & 8:30 pm at Tasty Monster Productions at Adventure Theatre – 7300 MacArthur Blvd, in Glen Echo, MD.  Tickets are $12 for children ages 4-12 and $18 for adults. For tickets visit www.facebook.com/tastymonster.

Here are directions to Adventure Theatre..

Featured Picture: Kristen Jepperson, Unified Jazz Ensemble, Ken Kemp, Jenny Donovan and Heather Bagnall Scheeler in Tasty Monster Productions’ Personals – A Love Story For The Rest Of Us. Photo courtesy of Tasty Monster Productions.

 

Previous articleThe Katona József Theatre production of ‘Gypsies’ at The Kennedy Center by Jennifer Perry
Next article‘How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found’ at Theater Alliance by Natalie McCabe
Joel Markowitz
Joel Markowitz is the Publisher and Editor of DCMetroTheaterArts. He founded the site with his brother Bruce to help promote the vast riches of theatre and the arts in the DC Metro area that includes Maryland, Virginia, and DC theater and music venues, universities, schools, Children's theaters, professional, and community theatres. Joel is an advocate for promoting the 'stars of the future' in his popular 'Scene Stealers' articles. He wrote a column for 5 years called ‘Theatre Schmooze’ and recorded podcast interviews for DC Theatre Scene. His work can also be seen and read on BroadwayStars. Joel also wrote a monthly preview of what was about to open in DC area theatres for BroadwayWorld. He is an avid film and theater goer, and a suffering Buffalo Bills and Sabres fan. Joel was a regular guest on 'The Lunch and Judy Show' radio program starring Judy Stadt in NYC. Joel founded The Ushers Theatre Going Group in the DC area in 1990, which had a 25-year run when it took its final curtain call last year. Joel is a proud member of The American Critics Association.