George and Maggie Antrobus have been married for a mere 5,000 years. They have two perfect children, and a vamp for a maid. Just a typical American family living in a present-day New Jersey suburb, but also the first family of the human race, and they must survive the Ice Age, the Flood and War — all by the skin of their teeth.
As reported by BroadwayWorld.com, Douglas Morrisson Theatre’s “[…] production of The Skin of Our Teeth is directed by Artistic Director Susan E. Evans and features an impressive ensemble of Bay Area actors: Dale Albright as Mr. Antrobus, Cynthia Lagodzinski as Mrs. Antrobus, Lauren Hayes as Sabina, Alan Coyne as Henry, Wendy Wyatt-Mair as Gladys, Eve Tieck as The Fortune Teller, and Reg Clay, Caitlin Evenson, Laurie Gossett, Radhika Rao, Wayne Roadie and Jon Wat as the Ensemble. […]
“The 1943 Pulitzer Prize Winner for Best Drama, The Skin of Our Teeth is a timeless classic of the American stage, as wacky and moving today as it was over 70 years ago. […] The Skin of Our Teeth manages the near impossible feat of being an allegory about all of humanity and the boisterous chronicle of one family.”
For the complete article, visit BroadwayWorld.com’s website.
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