THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE
by Jethro Compton Based on the short story by Dorthy M. Johnson
November 17 – December 18, 2016
In the dusty, lawless town of Twotrees, unconscious Ransom Foster is dragged into Hallie’s saloon, having fallen victim to Liberty Valance, an outlaw even the Marshal refuses to challenge. Once recovered, Ransom sets himself on leaving town, but finds something worth staying for as he begins teaching Hallie to read. Foster is given a purpose in a broken land, but is it enough to save him from the vicious outlaw who still wants him dead? He must make the choice to turn and run or to fight for what he believes in. It’s a classic western of good versus evil.
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Thanks to our opening night sponsor, Rocky’s of Northville!
October 29th at 6pm and 8pm
and 30th at 7pm !
Detroit Second City alum, Quintin Hicks, stretches the limits of character performance and improvisation to introduce you to a world of unique and unforgettable characters in his Wilde Award-winning show. Directed by TPT’s very own Dave Davies, this side-splittingly hysterical show will leave you with plenty of hilarious memories! Tickets on sale now! Call the box office for more information!
TICKETS ARE ONLY $25!
“The characters may be over the top, but they’re firmly anchored in reality. The individuality Hicks brings to his “cast” is deeper than just changing a costume or donning a wig.” -John Quinn
“Some links between individuals are overt and specifically mentioned, whereas others are much looser; by avoiding formulaic bog, the structure undercuts audience expectations and keeps afloat the promise that anything is possible, up to and including a prologue by a fish. What the fish has to do with anything is up for interpretation, but what happens onstage is interesting and fulfilling enough to make it feel beside the point.” -Carolyn Hayes, The Rogue Critic