Tibbits' final summer show is 'enjoyable comedy'
By Judy Gieseking for The Daily Reporter
After the dynamic energy of the past two musicals, it was a nice change of pace to sit back with a simple comedy about families and relationships.
The cast delivers strong and believable characters creating a scenario we have all heard about if we haven’t experienced it ourselves.
Read more: The Daily Reporter Review
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Theater review: 'Alone Together' cracks wise about a sore subject
“Alone Together” is an amusing play, recognizable to any parent who has done their 18 years and isn’t too keen on overtime. The cast delivers the laughs and the drama, capping a very accomplished season for the Tibbits Summer Theatre.
Read the full review at The Battle Creek Enquirer
Alone Together | Encore Michigan Review
Comedy falters at Tibbits
By Bridgette M. Redman
Posted: Aug. 8, 2014 at 6:25 p.m.; updated Aug. 8, 2014 at 6:39 p.m.
Once you've become a parent, is the nest ever truly empty? Even after you think the chicks have all flown the coop?
Tibbits Summer Theatre closes out its season with "Alone Together," a 1984 comedy about a couple that is sending its third son off to college and is finally looking forward to getting some time alone as an adult couple without the cares of parenting.
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The Daily Reporter - posted Jul. 30, 2014
Stage lighting at Tibbits Opera House received a boost as the Coldwater Noon Rotary Club, with the help of a $1,500 Rotary District 6360 Foundation grant, has donated the funds to purchase a new light control board for the theatre in time for the height of the Summer Theatre season.