Possum Point Players presents
Moon Over the Brewery
written by Bruce Graham
directed by Mike Polo

Fridays APR 15 and APR 22 at 7:30p
Saturdays APR 16 and APR 23 at 7:30p
Sundays APR 17 and APR 24 at 2:00p

Possum Hall / 441 Old Laurel Rd / Georgetown, DE

Tickets online this page or call the PPP Ticketline at 302-856-4560
Tickets also available at the door. $18; $17 Seniors / Students

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Good subjects are scarce in the drab Pennsylvania coal town where they live, so Miriam dons a miner's lamp and paints at night, when moonlight softens and transforms the stark landscape.

Miriam is also desirous of male companionship, a need which the precocious Amanda (she has an IQ of 160) has discouraged by driving away suitor after suitor with her barbed comments. Amanda, compensating for the lack of a father, has also created an imaginary friend, Randolph, who appears (only to her) in a resplendent white suit and provides mischievous advice and guidance.

Matters come to a head when Miriam brings home Warren Zimmerman, a rather unprepossessing, somewhat paunchy mailman who, at first, appears to be a perfect target for Amanda's (and Randolph's) caustic remarks and demeaning intelligence tests. Until, that is, he quietly but firmly beats Amanda at her own game.

In fact it is the surprisingly resourceful Warren who is able, at last, to wean Amanda away from her dependence on Randolph and into reality—and who, in time, may also be the one able to fill the aching needs of both Amanda and her lonely mother.
Amanda... Abigail Porter
Miriam...   Audrey Fisher Killen
Randolph...   Don Megee
Warren...   Mike Mahaffie

Director... Mike Polo
Asst. Director... Jill Lewandowski


Miriam Lipsky, unmarried and living with her thirteen-year-old daughter, Amanda, works as a waitress to pay the bills, but it is her painting that really matters to her.