The Fine Arts Society of Detroit Theatre Group at the Players Club

The Players PlayhouseThe Last of the Red Hot Lovers
Friday, February 8, 2013
Wine Reception at 7 p.m.
Play at 8 p.m.
Tickets: $20

This comedy has both a stage and film version. Barney Cashman, a middle-aged nebbish wants to join the sexual revolution before it is too late. A gentle restaurant manager with no experience in adultery fails in each of three seductions: Elaine Navazio, a sexpot who likes cigarettes, whiskey and other women’s husbands;  Bobbi Michele, an actress friend who he discovers is madder than a hatter; and Jeannette Fisher, his wife’s best friend, a staunch moralist.

The Players is a clubhouse and theatre founded in 1910 by a group of Detroit businessmen. The famous building, located at 3321 East Jefferson, Detroit MI was built in 1925; designated a Michigan Historic Site in 1985, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. The Fine Arts Society of Detroit was founded in 1906 and in 1926 found its permanent home at the Players Club.

The cost is $20 which includes a wine reception on the second floor (not elevator accessible) and features art by local artists. Seating for the play on the first floor is at round tables accommodating 4-6 people. Snacks are provided on each table. Wine is available for purchase or you may bring your own as well as additional snacks. Secure, lighted parking is included.

To make reservations, send a check (payable to Marygrove College) no later than February 1, 2013 to Marygrove College, Attn.: Diane Puhl,  8425 W. McNichols Rd, Detroit MI 28221.  Dress is business attire.

For more information, contact Sheila Keefe ’56 at (586) 268-0481 or sheilakeef@aol.com.

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