RACHEL RAY – A Staged Reading

Adapted by Henry Ong from the
Anthony Trollope Romantic Novel

Directed by Guillermo Cienfuegos
Original Music performed by
cellist Longo Chu


PRT Joins the World-Wide Bicentennial Commemoration (1815-1882) of one of Britain’s most beloved Victorian Authors with this Staged Reading preceded with an appetizer and wine reception at 6:30. The Rachel Ray reading begins at 8:00 and the evening will wrap up with rollicking birthday wishes replete with cake and good cheer!

Produced by
Channing Chase and Elizabeth Karr

Cast: Ann Bronston, Channing Chase, Frank Collison, Terry Davis, Suzanne Ford, Lindsey Ginter, Michael Hyland, Lia Kozatch, Dennis Madden, Keeley Miller, Amy Sanders, Jules Wilcox, Betsy Zajko.

FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2015
Reception and Refreshments – 6:30pm
Reading at 8:00pm
Tickets: $50

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RACHEL RAY, one of Anthony Trollope’s most charming love stories, is set in a small English provincial community in the luscious Devon countryside. Rachel Ray involves a host of typically Trollopian characters. At the center of the story is the sweet-natured heroine, Rachel Ray, pursued by the dashing Luke Rowan who is battling for control of the local brewery.

 

 


ANTHONY TROLLOPE (1815-1882), IS ONE OF England’s most successful, prolific and respected novelists. A contemporary of Charles Dickens, he wrote 47 novels – three times as many as Dickens. Some of his best known works include six novels collectively known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire, The Way We Live Now and He Knew He Was Right, all made into BBC movies.