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‘As unique as the year’: Timely play becomes 12-episode video drama on pandemic, race

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Video of entire series is available through June 30, 2020
Get your ticket at showtix4u.com. Tickets are $25

Read the review by Barbara Clark for The Cape Cod Times HERE

Teacher Of The Year – a new play by Jim Dalglish


It’s the Spring of 2020 and the Minnehaha Montessori School of South Minneapolis has gone totally online. Annie – a finalist for Minnesota Teacher of the Year – should have no problem getting her 6th graders to the end of the school year.

Easy. Right?

Teacher of the Year tells the story of a woman, a family, a school, a community, a pandemic, and a murder in the city of Minneapolis during the tumultuous Spring of 2020.

Eventide Theatre Company and Cotuit Center for the Arts are proud to present the world premiere broadcast of “Teacher of the Year”, a new play by Jim Dalglish.

Video of entire series is available again through Dec. 31 and makes a great holiday gift!!
Get your ticket at showtix4u.com. Tickets are $25.

For more information and background about Teacher of the Year, visit Jim Dalglish’s website here.

Starring:
Miranda Jonte – Annie

Featuring:

Calvin M. Thompson – Devon
Bonnie Fairbanks – Principal Edwards
Darlene Van Alstyne – Shiela
Nina Schuessler – Cass
Sara Sneed – Mrs. Gundersen
Jess Wilson – 911 Operator
Cathy Ode – Claire
Introducing: Marcus Coffey – Akeem

Artistic Team
J Hagenbuckle – Composer / Show Theme
Brian Fitzgibbons – Opening Credits Video Editor / Poster Design
Michelle Law – Properties Designer
Regine Vital – Dramaturge

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Enjoyed the show as it was funny and intelligent. My son also enjoyed the show. He is 47 and never been to a venue such as this. He just could not believe how good it was. In fact, he went again today.

Catherine Kelly

Eventide Theatre Company is a 501(c)3 independent theatre located in the heart of Dennis Village and is known for presenting  thought-provoking plays, concerts, lectures, and mixed media events. Annually Eventide hosts the Kaplan Playwriting/New Plays competition.