Global ImpACTORS Group (GIG) is thrilled to announce their production of the engaging comedy/drama The Tin Woman written by Sean Grennan and directed by Eric D. Hersh.
The storyline follows Joy, a recent heart transplant recipient, as she explores her second-chance with a new heart and the donor's family.
This new dynamic enthralls us as we become absorbed in each character's predicament. We laugh through our tears as the characters fight to find the new normal under extraordinary circumstances.
Todd Williams is Stage Manager and the cast features: Marian Barshinger, Trish Cipoletti, Bill Joachim, Ryan MacNamara, Brian Wendt, and Rachel Williams.
The Tin Woman opens on Friday, May 12th at 8 pm at the Macungie Institute, 510 East Main Street (Rt. 100), Macungie, PA.
Five additional performances will follow: Saturday, May 13th at 2 pm and 7 pm; Friday, May 19th at 8 pm; and Saturday, May 20th at 2 pm and 7 pm.
Prime Seating Tickets (choose your seats before General Admission and receive a free drink) are $25, General admission tickets are $17, General Admission Matinee tickets are $15, Students and Seniors are $15 with valid ID.
Approximate show run time: Two hours including one intermission.
A brief "Talk Back" will take place immediately after our Saturday, May 13th, 7 pm show. Please join us!
During our Talk Back the cast, crew, a guest heart transplant recipient, and a donor family will discuss more about The Tin Woman as well as personal and true life experiences with organ donation.
Each run of a show will allow GIG to help in supporting a charity or someone in need through the art of theatre. We are proud to support Gift of Life Family House with this production. "Gift of Life Family House serves as a 'home away from home' for transplant patients and their families by providing temporary, affordable lodging and supportive services to those who travel to Philadelphia for transplant-related care." Gift of Life Family House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization. If someone is suffering from unfortunate conditions or a severe health problem, please contact GIG for consideration of help through a future production.