Rebecca Robinson, Emily Erington, and Kelsey Kling in HPT's Marion Bridge. Photo copyright Bret Brookshire, 2002.

Hyde Park Theatre presents

Marion Bridge
by Daniel MacIvor

directed by
Ken Webster

May 16 - June 8, 2002

For reservations, call 479-PLAY.

See the American-Statesman and Austin Chronicle reviews of this moving and acclaimed production, which garnered Austin Circle of Theatres Payne Award nominations for Ken Webster (Director) and for Outstanding Cast.

An actress who does Chekhov in Toronto basements and drinks too much; a nun who disapproves of big-city talk like "Whatever"; and their peculiar, soap-opera-watching youngest sister. Three women reluctantly reunite in this bittersweet comedy from the author of House and The Soldier Dreams.

Ken Webster, Hyde Park Theatre's Artistic Director, directed Emily Erington, Kelsey Kling, and Rebecca Robinson in this HPT production, a Texas premiere. Set design was by Paul Davis (Art Stripped Naked), lighting by Brad Carlin (St. Edward's University production of ER), sound by Robert S. Fisher (Raised by Lesbians, Blur), and costumes by Diane Morrison (Art Stripped Naked, Blur).

Performances ran Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays May 16- June 8, 2002.