JP Taravella Drama Presents a Tony Award-Winning “Picnic”
October 29, 2017 - Picnic Time
By: Sharon Aron Baron
Pack adult a basket and attend J.P. Taravella High School’s prolongation of “Picnic” based on a play by William Inge.
Picnic debuted in Broward in 1953 and was directed by Joshua Logan. Inge won a Pulitzer Prize that year for Drama and Logan perceived a Tony Award for Best Director. Picnic was Paul Newman’s Broadway debut. Newman, who was an different during a time, campaigned heavily for a heading purpose of Hal, though executive Joshua Logan did not consider Newman was physically vast adequate to communicate a lead character’s jaunty attributes.
The undying story tells a story of a teenage daughter who falls for a drifter who is a conflicting of her solid boyfriend, most to her mother’s chagrin. The adore triangle swirls in a midst of colorful characters scheming for a area cruise on Labor Day.
The Drama Department will perform a uncover November 2 – 4 during 7:00 p.m. Tickets for Picnic performances are accessible online during www.seatyourself.biz/jpt for $10. Tickets will also be accessible during a box bureau one hour before to showtime for $12.
Don’t skip it a fad on Nov 4, when JP Taravella will horde “Cappie Critics during a production”. The Critics are high propagandize students from surrounding cities who will afterwards write reviews of a play for publication. All of a year’s Cappie shows contest in an awards rite identical to a Tony Awards in May 2018 during The Broward Center.
Tamarac residents are welcome. J.P. Taravella is located during 10600 Riverside Drive in Coral Springs.