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  • Foxfire at Theatre Three

    The American Drama "Foxfire"
    Returns to Theatre Three After 35 Years!  

    For Immediate Release

    DALLAS, TX:
    During their 1984-1985 season, Theatre Three stalwarts Norma Young and Jac Alder presented the American drama Foxfire by Susan Cooper and Hume Cronyn to great success. And now, 35 years later, Theatre Three Artistic Director Jeffrey Schmidt and Managing Director Merri Brewerare revisiting the piece with direction by Emily Scott BanksFoxfire runs March 14 through April 7 on the theater’s Norma Young Arena Stage (2800 Routh Street #168, Dallas, TX). Tickets range from $10-50 and are on sale at www.Theatre3Dallas.com, by phone at 214.871.3300, option #1, and in-person at the Theatre Three Box Office.
     
    Smell the crisp, cool air of Southern Appalachia, where pensioner Annie Nations has peacefully settled on her mountain farm. She’s busy tending to the household as she anticipates a visit from her son, Dillard, who sought fame and fortune rather than the footprints of his father, Hector. But at the approach of a reckless real estate developer who has begun uprooting the neighborhood, Annie is faced with an agonizing decision. Is there a price tag for the Nations’ family memories, and can their deep, tangled roots be replanted without wilting? Annie must negotiate her often humorous and heart-wrenching memories to navigate this unbeaten and unplanned path.

    “This play – this dear, gritty, honest and sweet play – has so much to teach us, to remind us. Our world these days, runs at lightspeed.” Director Emily Scott Banks commented, “This play reminds us our hands were made for more than typing on a keyboard, our feet for more than hitting a gas pedal, and senses for more than sitting in sealed up rooms. It reminds us to imagine, to sing, to make, to make-do, to listen and not just speak.”
     
    The cast of Foxfire is comprised of Elly Lindsay as Annie Nations, John S. Davies as Hector Nations, Mark Quach as Prince Carpenter, Whitney Coulteras Holly Burrell, Ian Ferguson as Dillard Nations, and Stan Graner as Doctor. Ferguson also creates the music within the play on guitar.
     
    Foxfire takes the stage from March 14 - April 7, 2019, with performances on Thursdays at 7:30 PM, Fridays at 8:00 PM, Saturdays at 8:00 PM, and Sundays at 2:30 PM. A special “hooky matinee” is scheduled for Wednesday, March 27 at 2:00 PM and a single Saturday matinee on April 6 at 2:30 PM.
     
    Tickets range from $10-50 (see pricing information below) and are on sale at Theatre3Dallas.com. Tickets are also available by phone at 214.871.3300, option #1 and in-person at the Theatre Three Box Office. $5 student tickets can be purchased at the box office 30 minutes before each show (valid student ID required). 
     
    ·       $3 off seniors/military
    ·       $3 off each ticket for groups of 10 or more
    ·       $5 off KERA members with membership ID
     
    Click Here to Reserve Press Seats for Monday, March 18, at 7:30
    Whitney Coulter as Holly Burrell and Ian Ferguson as Dillard Nations
    Photo by Jeffrey Schmidt
     
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