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The hearT is a LoneLy hunTer CaLendar of evenTs

OPENING NIGHT Jan 18 (Closes Feb 3)


The Grand rapids CiviC TheaTre presenTs The MiChiGan debuT of The hearT is a LoneLy hunTer.

LOBBY DISPLAY

Run of Show

TALK BACKS

Jan 24th & 31st

This display brings character depth and historical perspective on what life was like in America during the Great Depression.

Panel Talk-Backs with cast, director, our community partners and YOU. Talk-Backs are held on the stage immediately following the show.

SIGNED PERFORMANCES

Jan 20th & 27th

American Sign Language (ASL) Performances in partnership with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services. The Theatre also has a Loop System (T-Coil) available for all performances.

A 2004, Oprahs Book Club feature.

FIRST THURSDAY COFFEE CHATS

Jan 24th 7:00-7:15

COMMUNITY BOOK CLUBS


Jan 29 7-8:30
Learn more about The Heart is a Loney Hunter join this book club! Main Library - 111 Library St NE free parking in library lot Registration required at www.grpl.org/register

Based on the 1940 Best Selling American Literature Classic by Carson McCullers.

Meet in the Lower Lobby to have a personal tour of the Lobby Display

Jan 24th & 30th

Join us for a cup of Schuils Peru Chanchamayo estate coffee and a lively discussion lead by the Grand Rapids Public Library (Jan 24) and The Bob and Aleicia Woodrick Diversity Learning Center(Jan 30) in the lower lobby immediately following the show.

for a virtual book bag that gives you a great selection of books like the heart Is a Lonely hunter visit www.bit.ly/heartLonelyhunter

Time Magazine 2009 Top 10 List of Plays.


Academy Award Nominated 1968 Movie featuring Alan Arkin, Sondra Locke, and Cicely Tyson.

SEASON SPONSOR: CHASE


ARTISTIC SPONSOR: THE BOB AND ALEICIA WOODRICK DIVERSITY LEARNING CENTER

Tickets call 616.222.6650, visit www.grct.org or come to our Box Office M-F, 9am -5pm.

SEASON SPONSOR: PORTER FOUNDATION


PRODUCTION SPONSOR: WARNER NORCROSS & JUDD

As a community theatre, GRCT values the relationships it has established to enrich the overall theatre experience. GRCT would like to thank the Grand Rapids Public Library, Artists Creating Together (ACT), and The Bob and Aleicia Woodrick Diversity Learning Center