‘Parallel Lives’ at Hubbard Hall

‘Parallel Lives’ at Hubbard Hall

‘Parallel Lives’ at Hubbard Hall

Actors Jeannine Haas and Julie Waggoner bring some welcome levity to winter doldrums at Hubbard Hall.

Actors Jeannine Haas and Julie Waggoner bring some welcome levity to winter doldrums at Hubbard Hall.

The Theatre Company at Hubbard Hall teams up with Pauline Productions to present the 1980s comedy classic ‘Parallel Lives.’ Jeannine Haas and Julie Waggoner in this co-production with Hubbard Hall directed by Brenny Rabine.

‘Parallel Lives’ is a collection of uproarious skits celebrating life’s joy and absurdity. Through the course of the evening, Haas and Waggoner portray a wide variety of comic characters including two Supreme Beings tossing the dice over human gender responsibilities; two Catholic school-mates friends for life; a frat boy and sorority girl on a date, two feisty old New Yorkers who’ve signed up for a women’s studies course only to find themselves on a field trip to a feminist performance-art piece; and Hank and Karen Sue, a couple of struggling souls ritually playing out a mating game weekly in a honky tonk bar. Be swept back to the 80s in this comedy with a feminist twist and leave exhausted and refreshed with laughter.

The production runs through February 2 on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m., at the Hubbard Hall Freight Depot Theater.

For tickets and information, visit hubbardhall.org or call 518-677-2495.

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