'Table Manners' in its last two weeks

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CHESTERFIELD, N.H. — Alan Ayckbourn's popular comedy, "Table Manners," continues at the Actors Theatre Playhouse on Fridays and Saturdays through Aug. 19.

A simple dinner at a family's country home evolves into a family squabble that only Britain's most famous playwright Alan Ayckbourn can turn into delightful and thoughtful comedy. The madcap festivities are under the direction of Marilyn Tullgren. "The gifted playwright, winner of abundant awards, is of course reflecting in his inimitable style on marriage, family, and states of mind," Tullgren said."As one character in the play muses, 'We all get lonely.' Indeed.' Table Manners' is a meditation on loneliness and more wrapped in a sweet coating of delicious comedy."

Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made by calling toll-free: 877- 666-1855. Tickets are $15, ($8 for students on Fridays). The Playhouse is located on the corner of Brook and Main streets.






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