Guest blogger Gail Sachson owns Ask Me About Art, is Commissioner of Cultural Affairs and a Public Art Committee member.
It’s too hot to jog. Too hot to even sit on the porch. So what do you do at around 1:30 in the afternoon? The movies? Better yet, head out to White Rock Lake, to the Bath House Cultural Center, where Bath House manager Marty Van Kleeck has brought One Thirty Productions in to entertain us through the heat of the afternoon (and also through the dreary days of winter).
So instead of going to see a picture show, watch talented actors Marilyn Setu, Mary-Margaret Pyeatt and Michael Corolla bring to life the yearning of a Brooklyn-bred teenager who wants to be in pictures. Neil Simon’s I Ought to be in Pictures keeps us sympathizing and smiling with 19-year-old Libby as she longs for her big break in Hollywood … and a reunion with her estranged Father.
You’ll not only enjoy the top notch talent in the theater, but in the galleries as well. The birds, the lake, the public art and the plentiful parking make the matinee series an afternoon delight!