20020128 A Peferfect Ganesh

NJ Counties Online - Serving Your Community

Tuesday December 31, 2002

2002 Grad Grid
Home
Municipalities
Photo Feature
Photo Feature 2
Feature Archive
Local Sports
Game of Week
Pro Sports
Sports Archive
Arts & Entertain
Leisure
Dining Out
Recipe Exchange
Education
Worship
Local Business
Real Estate
Contact Us
Events Calendar
Sports Calendar

"A Perfect Ganesh"
Presented by
The Chester Theatre Group at The Black River Playhouse

Photos By Joe Gigli

Chester - The Chester Theatre Group at The Black River Playhouse, held dress rehearsal for "A Perfect Ganesh" on Monday January 28, 2002. The play that's being presented "in the round" was written by Terrence McNally and is directed by Michael Mooney, of Mount Olive. (top) Eileen Waite, of Randolph, as Katherine Brynne. (above left) Stephanie Jones, of Bedminster, as Ganesh. (above right) Matt McMarthy, of Dover, as the Man; Sally Cleary, of High Bridge, as Margaret Civil.

Photos By Joe Gigli

Chester - The Chester Theatre Group at The Black River Playhouse, held dress rehearsal for "A Perfect Ganesh" on Monday January 28, 2002. The play that's being presented "in the round" was written by Terrence McNally and is directed by Michael Mooney, of Mount Olive. (top and right) Stephanie Jones, of Bedminster, as Ganesh. (above) Matt McCarthy, of Dover, as the Man; Eileen Waite, of Randolph as Katherine Brynne; and Sally Cleary, of High Bridge, as Margaret Civil.

CHESTER "A Perfect Ganesh," a unique and moving journey, will be on stage at The Black River Playhouse by the Chester Theatre Group (CTG) from Feb. 2 through Feb. 23.
   Directed by Michael Mooney of Mt. Olive, the cast includes faces both familiar and new. Eileen Waite of Randolph and Sally Cleary of High Bridge are Katharine and Margaret, middle-aged friends traveling to India seeking relief from their inner despair. Ms. Waite, a CTG veteran seen most recently in last season's "Time of My Life," is equally matched by Ms. Cleary, who, although a newcomer to the CTG stage, has an impressive resume of her own. Stephanie Jones of Bedminster plays Ganesh, the Hindu god of power and wisdom and the destroyer of obstacles, who guides the women on their personal journey. Ms Jones is known most notably for her performance in the title role in "The Mystery of Edwin Drood." Matt McCarthy of Dover makes his CTG debut in a number of supporting roles.

 For ticket information, please call (908) 879-7304.

Search NJ Morris County Online

Enter  Key Word (s) To Search Our Site, It Works Like Alta Vista But Faster.

All Photos and pages Copyright 2000 - 2003, NJ Counties Online, Inc.

Web Page designed and built by NJ Counties Online, Inc.