Archive for January 2018

Congratulations to the cast of Side Show!

Thank you to all who auditioned for our upcoming production of Side Show. We’re thrilled to congratulate those who will be joining our cast:

Side Show
Kara Wilson – Daisy
Emily Locklear – Violet
Brian Levario – Buddy
Mason Reich – Terry
Branden Mangan – Jake
Alan Gonzalez- Sir
Heather Cozine- Auntie
Corinne Walker- Fortune Teller
James Perlas – Ray / Roustabout/ Ensemble
Brian George- Houdini / Ensemble
Corey Hollinger- Dog Boy/ Ensemble
Adam Mahonchak- 3 Legs / Ensemble
AJ Deliantis- Lizard Man / Lawyer
MJ Son- Tattoo Girl / Ensemble
Eric Robitaille- The Geek
Leah Feingold- Venus
Matt Blum- Bearded Lady / Ensemble
Brandon Emann – HalfManWoman
Pedro Jimenez- Pin Cushion/ Ensemble
Bill Benedict- Judge/ Browning/ Rousta
Justin Roth – Male Cossack
Annie Krukis- Female Cossack
Rich Camacho – Lobster Boy / Ensemble
Miriam Messer- The Albino
Ali Miller – Snake charmer / Cleo / ensemble
Matt Fennelly- Roustabout/ Ensemble
Brandon Brown – Roustabout / Ensemble
Javier Garcia- Ensemble
Eviana Hawkins- Ensemble
Dana Patrice- Ensemble

2018 Season Preview


Please join us for our 2018 Season preview! You are welcome to pre-register for the event here. In lieu of our January 2018 general meeting, we’re presenting a sneak peek at the productions comprising our 51st season: More Than Meets the Eye.

“There’s always another story. There’s more than meets the eye.” – W.H. Auden

Founded in 1967 in Fair Lawn by a handful of dreamers who wanted to make the joy of theatre performance available to everyone, Old Library Theatre began a five decade journey of reflecting, and contributing, to its time. As the arc of history and the shape of art bent toward progress and back again, we held a mirror up to the human experience, bringing the tragedies and triumphs of great fictional characters to our community, and challenging performers and patrons alike to consider how those stories could shape their own. This season, Old Library Theatre presents stories featuring singular characters whose internal dreams rarely match their external realities. Experience what can happen when you look closer and discover the more behind each pair of eyes. We hope you will join us!

Tuesday, January 23, 7:30pm

This event is FREE and open to the public. Refreshments will be served in the lobby prior to the preview. Those who preregister will receive a special gift.

The Seventh Annual One Act Festival

Old Library Theatre, Fair Lawn Recreation Department’s resident theater company and NJACT’s 2017 Community Theater of the Year, is proud to present “The 7th Annual One Act Play Festival,” our annual NJACT Perry-award nominated showcase of original, one act plays. This year’s festival will include five original pieces:

Margins – Written by David Susman, Directed by Beatriz Esteban-Messina
A college student confronts her professor about his notes on her recent paper.

Split Decision – Written by Kitty Dubin, Directed by Bill Kaufman
A couple in crisis sits down with a divorce counselor to attempt an amicable and easy split.

Suggested Donation – Written by Duncan Pflaster, Directed by Cynthia Smith Barry
Experimental theater and concessions without a set price drive one patron over the edge.

The Callback – Written by Leland Frankel, Directed by Marilyn Schilkie
An actress who didn’t earn a callback takes the future of her career into her own, deranged hands.

The Quick Start Guide to Booting Your Man-Bot – Written by Phil Darg, Directed by Thomas Winkler
A lovelorn woman turns to technology, but soon becomes convinced the product is faulty.

​Four performances only:
Friday, January 26 at 8:00pm
Saturday, January 27 at 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sunday, January 28 at 2:00pm

General admission. Adults – $20 | Seniors (60+) – $18 | Children Under 12 – $12

For tickets, call (973) OLT-4420, email info@oldlibrarytheatre.net, or purchase online.