God of Carnage heads into final weekend – DON’T MISS IT!

God of Carnage featuring Bernard Hope, AJ Mooney, Jeri Misler, and former Artistic Director Mark Torres

God of Carnage featuring Bernard Hope, AJ Mooney, Jeri Misler, and former Artistic Director Mark Torres.

God of Carnage begins its final weekend this Thursday March 27th. Audiences are raving about PTC’s most recent production and the return of former Artistic Director Mark Torres. Don’t miss your chance to catch this comedy that’s just for grown ups!

"Bravo!!! Another AMAZING performance!!! Not sure how you do it... but the current show is even more well done than the last!! Can't wait to renew our Season Tickets!!" - Pamela Libby

“Bravo!!! Another AMAZING performance!!! Not sure how you do it… but the current show is even more well done than the last!! Can’t wait to renew our Season Tickets!!” – Pamela Libby

 

"Excellently cast, perfect pacing, outstanding sets, as near to a perfect night of theatre as it gets. Bravo!" - Marianne Lynch

“Excellently cast, perfect pacing, outstanding sets, as near to a perfect night of theatre as it gets. Bravo!” – Marianne Lynch

God of Carnage closes this Sunday. Get your tickets TODAY!

God of Carnage closes this Sunday. Get your tickets TODAY!

To purchase tickets or for more details, call the Box Office at (207) 942-3333 or go online at www.penobscottheatre.org.

 

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About Amy Roeder

Director of Education – Amy Roeder is pleased to be joining the staff at PTC. Amy received her BFA in theatre from the University of Evansville and her Master of Fine Arts in acting from The University of Georgia. She recently relocated to Bangor from Chicago where she taught and performed with famed comedy institution The Second City. Local audiences may have seen her onstage with Improv Acadia in Bar Harbor where she has been a company member since 2005. Amy has performed all over the country including at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Cincinnati’s Playhouse in the Park and with the Improv Asylum in Boston. In addition to teaching acting and improvisation classes all over the world, Amy is also designs and facilitates workshops in improvisational techniques for businesses. Amy hates writing in the third person.