setting is a monastery circa 1250 A.D. where the monks are having
some serious money troubles. “Incorruptible,”
a light comedy about the Dark Ages, is coming to MCCC’s
Kelsey Theatre. Like 40 Productions presents this witty farce
about religion in medieval times on Fridays and Saturdays, Mar.
4, 5, 11, and 12 at 8 p.m., and Sundays, Mar. 6 and 13 at 2 p.m.
Kelsey Theatre is located on Mercer’s West
Windsor campus at 1200 Old Trenton Road. An opening night
reception follows the Mar. 4 performance to give audience members
a chance to meet the cast and crew.
ragtag group of monks is in a desperate state. The enshrined skeleton
of the monastery's patron saint has not worked a miracle in 13
years. Without miracles, the abbey is no longer a popular pilgrim
destination, hence no longer the recipient of generous donations.
All seems lost until a cunning one-eyed minstrel suggests an outrageous
new way to pay old debts. Michael Hollinger's 1996 comedy has
been applauded as a lightening fast satire that is rich in both
verbal and physical humor.
features a talented cast of comic actors: Mark Flicker is Charles,
Dan Spalluto is Brother Martin, David Maurio is Jack, Glen Calhoun
is Brother Olf; Melissa Abrahams is a peasant woman, Joyce LaBriola
is Marie, M. Kitty Getlik is Agatha, and Doug Edelson is Brother
Felix. Brian Bara is the show’s director.
$12 for adults; and $10 for seniors, students and children. Free
parking is available next to the theatre. Tickets may be purchased
or by calling the Kelsey Box Office at 609-584-9444. Kelsey Theatre
is wheelchair accessible and provides assisted listening devices
upon request. For a complete listing of adult and children’s
events, visit the Kelsey
webpage or call the box office for a brochure.
For more on
events at Kelsey see:
Kelsey Performance Schedule
in Like 40 Productions' "Incorruptible"
are, left to right, Dan Spalluto, Doug Edelson, Marc Flicker,
and Glenn Calhoun (front).