“Lettice And Lovage” at Barn Theatre

“Lettice And Lovage”
by Peter Shaffer

"Lettice and Lovage is a lovely story about two people, Lettice and Lotte, who learn to care about each other. Lettice Duffet, an expert on Elizabethan cuisine and medieval weaponry, loves history and the theatre. She is an enthusiastic tour guide at one of the least stately and least interesting of Britain's stately homes. Lettice begins to embellish its historical past; her lecture gains theatricality and romance as it strays from the facts. Lotte, an inspector from the Preservation Trust, fires Lettice, but gradually becomes fascinated by her unusual past, her romantic world-view, and her refusal to accept the mediocre and the second rate. Lettice helps Lotte overcome the dreariness of her life, and the two women forge an alliance. This family-oriented show is caring, compassionate, funny, meaningful, and terrifically entertaining."

If you have ever become friends with someone you never thought you could like, or been changed by some one you came to know well, then this show is for you.

Performed by Barn Theatre
At The Barn Theatre
Performances ran
Friday, September 15, 2000 thru Saturday, September 30, 2000
Lettice Douffet.... Eileen Waite
Lotte Schoen.... Joan Ludwig Has Bio
Miss Framer.... Pam Smith
Mr. Bardolph.... Jay Ludwig Has Bio
Surly Man.... Gary G. Horn
Tourist.... Martie Cheek
Tourist.... Roger Clark
Tourist.... Jody Lynn Jensen
Tourist.... Janet Lazar Has photo
Tourist.... Karen McCormack
Tourist.... Roseann Ruggiero Has Bio Has photo
Tourist.... Tom Schopper
Directed by Cheryl Hartley
Produced by Sal Ruggiero Has photo
Lighting Design by Todd Mills
Stage Managed by Alice Regan Moynahan
Performances  Photos