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Pictured: Sharon Lawrence, Bruce Davison and Roxanne Hart (standing). Photo: Jim Cox.

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Noël Coward's
A SONG AT TWILIGHT
Starring Bruce Davison, Sharon Lawrence & Roxanne Hart
Directed by Art Manke

“A stunning production directed by Art Manke…sumptuously designed and supremely well-acted production makes a case for this being an overlooked gem in the Coward canon!” - Charles McNulty, Los Angeles Times

“It entertains as it engages…a great and unforgettable evening of theatre!” - Don Grigware, BroadwayWorld

In A SONG AT TWILIGHT, celebrated author Hugo Latymer has reached the autumn of his days with everything a man could wish for:  wealth, success, fantastic friends, and a life filled with laughter, luxury and travel.  A profound fear of intimacy and public scandal, however, kept him from embracing the one true love in his life, and now he wonders if he would trade the success for a chance to do it all again. Following last season’s smash-hit production of Noël Coward’s comedy FALLEN ANGELS, Art Manke returns to The Playhouse to direct Coward’s rarely produced and final play of his illustrious career.

Running Time: 2 hours and 15 minutes (including a 15-minute intermission).

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