More Reasons to Go to the Theatre Palisades


Jasmine Haver explains to Jeff Coppage, who is from an escort service, about her family.

Circling the News in a review for the current Theatre Palisades production of Beau Jest, wrote: “Once again, Theatre Palisades provides a well-cast, superbly acted, first-rate production of Beau Jest.”

This romantic comedy provides laughs, as the main character tries to pass off a hired gentile escort as her Jewish boyfriend.

To add extra enticement to make a trip to Pierson Playhouse to enjoy a thoroughly pleasant evening, “Hot Challah, Cheese and Wine” will be served every Friday night.

Beau Jest producer Martha Hunter wrote CTN in an email that “We’ll slice up some delicious challah, yummy cheese and a bit of wine before the show and during intermission. It will be free of charge, with donations appreciated.”

The production will also host two “Talk Backs” with the cast, director Jonathan Fahn and crew after the show on Saturday, February 3 and on the show’s closing, Sunday, February 18.

The play will run Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and on Sunday at 2 p.m. through February 18. Tickets are $22 for adults and $20 for seniors and students. or call (310) 454-1970.

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2 Responses to More Reasons to Go to the Theatre Palisades

  1. Marge says:

    We are so incredibly lucky to have a community theater. I would encourage everyone to attend the performances at Theater Palisades.

  2. Stephen Pierson Dickey says:

    The production company Theater Palisades holds it’s plays at the Pierson Playhouse not at Theater Palisades.

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