The Left Hand Singing
By Barbara Lebow
January 4 – January 27, 2013
POTS@TheWorks Series at TheatreWorks
Amidst the idealism of Freedom Summer in 1964 Mississippi, three college students vanish without a trace. Their families are drawn together as they search for answers. Over the next three decades, the connections between these families from very different backgrounds are tested against the nation's social and political turbulence.
The Left Hand Singing is directed by Dave Landis and features Company Members Claire Kolheim (Ragtime) and Noby Edwards with, Karin Barile (Wizard of Oz; Holiday Memories), Lorraine Cotten (Dividing the Estate), Ian Goodwin (The Hot L Baltimore) and Sam Weakley (The Hot L Baltimore; August: Osage County). Leerin Campbell makes her POTS@TheWorks debut.
The Left Hand Singing runs January 4 – January 27 as part of The POTS@TheWorks Series at TheatreWorks. Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm. The Pay What You Can performance is Thursday, January 10th at 8pm.
TheatreWorks is located at 2085 Monroe Avenue in Midtown. For more information or to make reservations, please call 901-726-4656 or purchase tickets online at playhouseonthesquare.org.
Linda Winnick - Leerin Campbell
Honey Johnson - Noby Edwards
Wesley Partridge – Ian Goodwin
Bea Winnick - Karin Barile
Maddy Johnson - Claire Kohlheim
Rev. John Partridge - Sam Weakley
Claire Partridge – Lorraine Cotten
Director – Dave Landis
Stage Manager – Kim Sanders
Scenic Designer / TD – Donald Mercer
Lighting Designer – John Horan
Sound Designer – Zach Badreddine
Costume Designer – Kathie Kovarik
Title: The Left Hand Singing
Venue: POTS@TheWorks, 2085 Monroe Avenue
Dates: January 4 – January 27
Times: Thursdays – Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
Tickets: $22 Opening Weekend (January 4 – 6), $30 Thursdays and Sundays, $35 Fridays and Saturdays. $22 Seniors/Students/Military; $10 for children under 18.
Box Office: 901-726-4656