Recurring

Crimes of the Heart

Bellingham Theatre Guild 1600 H Street, Bellingham, WA

Crimes of the Heart
By Beth Henley
Directed by Heidi Sackerson
September 23 - October 9, 2022
Auditions: 7/31/22 – 8/2/22

NOTE: The October 2 matinee performance will have a short audience talk-back immediately following the performance. Those attending that day may stay after the performance to hear from and ask questions of the director and a few of the cast members.

Winner, 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Drama; Nominee, 1981 Tony Award for Best Play

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service

Content warning: Adult themes, suicide/self-harm

Meg just left one. Lenny never had one. Babe just shot one. The Magrath sisters sure have a way with men!

Three sisters with quite different personalities and lives reunite when Babe, the youngest, has just shot her husband. Oldest sister Lenny takes care of their grandfather and is turning into an old maid. Meg, who aspires to make it in Hollywood as a singer and actress, has had a wild, man-filled life. Their reunion is joyful but also stirs up much tension as each sister is forced to face the consequences of the "crimes of the heart" she has committed.

Recurring

Crimes of the Heart

Bellingham Theatre Guild 1600 H Street, Bellingham, WA

Crimes of the Heart
By Beth Henley
Directed by Heidi Sackerson
September 23 - October 9, 2022
Auditions: 7/31/22 – 8/2/22

NOTE: The October 2 matinee performance will have a short audience talk-back immediately following the performance. Those attending that day may stay after the performance to hear from and ask questions of the director and a few of the cast members.

Winner, 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Drama; Nominee, 1981 Tony Award for Best Play

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service

Content warning: Adult themes, suicide/self-harm

Meg just left one. Lenny never had one. Babe just shot one. The Magrath sisters sure have a way with men!

Three sisters with quite different personalities and lives reunite when Babe, the youngest, has just shot her husband. Oldest sister Lenny takes care of their grandfather and is turning into an old maid. Meg, who aspires to make it in Hollywood as a singer and actress, has had a wild, man-filled life. Their reunion is joyful but also stirs up much tension as each sister is forced to face the consequences of the "crimes of the heart" she has committed.

Recurring

Crimes of the Heart

Bellingham Theatre Guild 1600 H Street, Bellingham, WA

Crimes of the Heart
By Beth Henley
Directed by Heidi Sackerson
September 23 - October 9, 2022
Auditions: 7/31/22 – 8/2/22

NOTE: The October 2 matinee performance will have a short audience talk-back immediately following the performance. Those attending that day may stay after the performance to hear from and ask questions of the director and a few of the cast members.

Winner, 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Drama; Nominee, 1981 Tony Award for Best Play

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service

Content warning: Adult themes, suicide/self-harm

Meg just left one. Lenny never had one. Babe just shot one. The Magrath sisters sure have a way with men!

Three sisters with quite different personalities and lives reunite when Babe, the youngest, has just shot her husband. Oldest sister Lenny takes care of their grandfather and is turning into an old maid. Meg, who aspires to make it in Hollywood as a singer and actress, has had a wild, man-filled life. Their reunion is joyful but also stirs up much tension as each sister is forced to face the consequences of the "crimes of the heart" she has committed.

Recurring

Crimes of the Heart

Bellingham Theatre Guild 1600 H Street, Bellingham, WA

Crimes of the Heart
By Beth Henley
Directed by Heidi Sackerson
September 23 - October 9, 2022
Auditions: 7/31/22 – 8/2/22

NOTE: The October 2 matinee performance will have a short audience talk-back immediately following the performance. Those attending that day may stay after the performance to hear from and ask questions of the director and a few of the cast members.

Winner, 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Drama; Nominee, 1981 Tony Award for Best Play

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service

Content warning: Adult themes, suicide/self-harm

Meg just left one. Lenny never had one. Babe just shot one. The Magrath sisters sure have a way with men!

Three sisters with quite different personalities and lives reunite when Babe, the youngest, has just shot her husband. Oldest sister Lenny takes care of their grandfather and is turning into an old maid. Meg, who aspires to make it in Hollywood as a singer and actress, has had a wild, man-filled life. Their reunion is joyful but also stirs up much tension as each sister is forced to face the consequences of the "crimes of the heart" she has committed.