Proud Mary Theatre is Blazing Trail with All Virtual 2020 Season

Proud Mary Theatre Company, South Carolina’s only LGTBQ+ theatre troupe, has been busting down barriers in the arts scene in the Upstate for three years. And now the small company has again taken the road less traveled to confront the Covid-19 crisis head-on.

While all theatres are shuttered, many are producing weekly virtual offerings – such as Spartanburg Little Theatre’s concert series and “5 Til Places” interviews and Glow Lyric Theatre’s “Couch Concert Series,” or conducting summer youth camps. Others like Centre Stage and South Carolina Children’s Theatre are holding limited live outdoor performances,

Proud Mary Theatre Company, on the other hand, has gone full frontal with masks adorned with unprecedented virtual play programming.

Since early May, Proud Mary Theatre has produced nine virtual play readings of new works, many by local playwrights in its Brand Spanking New Play Series. And this week, the theatre produced its first published play, The Boys in the Band sequel as a pay-to-view special with the original 2018 cast back for The Men From the Boys.

“Proud Mary Theatre is a young company so we cannot rely on a 40, 75, or 90 year history of donors and subscribers as other established theatres,” said Artistic Director Sandy Staggs.

“Conversely, we do not have paid staff and rent on 300-500 seat theatres to pay every month irregardless of whether they sit empty or not. That has been our saving grace.”

Like many American businesses and nonprofits, Proud Mary employs the Zoom app to conduct board meetings, auditions, rehearsals, and to record plays.
“We gave up on the ‘live’ concept early on due to so many unknown variables such as unreliable Internet service or sound quality issues. Now we record and then edit out the hiccups.“

“Obviously, this is not the same as live theatre. The actors are reading from scripts, and there is no live audience to respond.,” Staggs said. “Admittedly, our earliest plays were not as polished due to the learning curve for all involved.”

The Men From the Boys been such a success, he said, that the company has shifted to an all-virtual season for 2020, including the upcoming Sordid Lives by Del Shores on August 14, The Pussy Grabber Plays on August 27, and The Laramie Project on October 6.

“And even with Boys we had internet service problems, and other factors and limitations, but we do the best with the technology we have.”

Staggs said, “We try to elevate our readings to ‘performances’ with the addition of props, costumes, sound effects, music and graphics whenever possible.”

“Actors and directors are unemployed right now and very starved for an outlet to hone their craft.”

“To be honest, we never would have gotten the Boys back together if it wasn’t for the Covid-19 virus, since some have moved to Atlanta since 2018. A silver lining? Yes.”

“And look at our cast for The Laramie Project. Under normal circumstances, these actors would be employed in professional gigs or committed to much grander productions at the larger theatres in Spartanburg and Greenville. Tehy would never have been available.”

Sordid Virtual Lives directed by Sandy Staggs will stream all weekend August 14-16 2020 on our new Virtual Vimeo PlayHouse Channel and will feature our original all-star cast members who have been waiting patiently for six months to perform this Del Shores comedy classic for you.

The Pussy Grabber Plays, our all-woman production based on the stories of Donald trump’s accusers, will premiere on Thursday, August 27 @ 8 pm just as the assaulter-in-chief accepts the GOP nomination for president.

The Laramie Project 20th Anniversary Production directed by Ben Dawkins will proceed as a video documentary and begin streaming October 6, 2020 on the 22nd anniversary of the fatal attack of gay college student Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming. Our cast has been announced.

For the latest updates on our Virtual play series or season announcements, visit our website at http://proudmarytheatre.com or Facebook Page.

Meet The New Boy in the Band: Adam Jones

Adam Jones plays the nurse Rick.

NOW STREAMING! Proud Mary Theatre Company’s The Boys from The Boys in the Band, re-unite once again for the sequel by Mart Crowley, The Boys From The Men. in a special virtual reunion production STREAMING NOW through Thursday, July 30 @ 6 p.m. on our Vimeo Virtual Channel. Free with any donation now at proudmarytheatre.com.

Our original actors and creative team are back at the same New York apartment 35 years later after a funeral for Larry, who has died at of pancreatic cancer.

Adam Jones (Rick) is a young ambitious actor who has recently made his appearance in the local theater scene. He started in high school, from there he stared in a few Greenville tech shows, and then stared as Romeo in a production of Romeo and Juliet for the Upstate Shakespeare Festival. He went on to star as Ariel in the Tempest, Anthony Marston in And Then There Were None, and now Rick in The Men From The Boys. He is grateful for the opportunity to be apart of a great project. 

Director John Fagan returns to rein in this rowdy, lovable cast, as does stage manager Katherine Rausch (narrator/reader) and producer Sandy Staggs as producer/technical director.

Reprising their original roles for the sequel are Brady Coyle-Smith as Michael, Jon Kilpatrick as Harold, K. Ray Jones as Bernard, Brandon Mimnaugh as Emory, Benjamin Abrams as Hank, and Charlie Hyatt as Donald, the only remaining alcoholic.

Original cast members Holt McCarley (Larry, who is dead!) and Zachary Urban (Cowboy) return as new characters Jason (a young gay activist) and Scott (Michael’s pretty boy-toy) respectively.

And joining our testosterone-and bitchy barb-fueled cast is Adam Jones in his Proud Mary Theatre Company debut as the young Asian nurse Rick. Jones may be the new boy on the block but he earned rave reviews as Romeo in last summer’s Upstate Shakespeare Festival production in Falls Park on the Reedy in Greenville.

This production is dedicated to playwright Mart Crowley, who died on March 7, 2020.

Meet The Boys in the Band: Brandon Mimnaugh

Brandon Mimnaugh

NOW STREAMING! Proud Mary Theatre Company’s The Boys from The Boys in the Band, re-unite once again for the sequel by Mart Crowley, The Boys From The Men. in a special virtual reunion production STREAMING NOW through Thursday, July 30 @ 6 p.m. on our Vimeo Virtual Channel. Free with any donation now at proudmarytheatre.com.

Our original actors and creative team are back at the same New York apartment 35 years later after a funeral for Larry, who has died at of pancreatic cancer.

Brandon Mimnaugh (Emory) previously appeared in The Boys in the Band and as Mark in Southern Baptist Sissies. Brandon Mimnaugh is a Spartanburg native and USC Upstate alumni. Beginning his acting career at Boiling Springs High School, he has appeared in numerous plays and musicals with both the Spartanburg Little Theatre and the Shoestring Players at USC Upstate. If he isn’t on the stage, then he’s behind the scenes working as a stage manager. He also participated in both the 2016 and 2017 International Youth Arts Festival in London, England. He would like to thank his friends and family for their undying support, and he is so excited to present this story with such a knockout cast.

Director John Fagan returns to rein in this rowdy, lovable cast, as does stage manager Katherine Rausch (narrator/reader) and producer Sandy Staggs as producer/technical director.

Reprising their original roles for the sequel are Brady Coyle-Smith as Michael, Jon Kilpatrick as Harold, K. Ray Jones as Bernard, Brandon Mimnaugh as Emory, Benjamin Abrams as Hank, and Charlie Hyatt as Donald, the only remaining alcoholic.

Original cast members Holt McCarley (Larry, who is dead!) and Zachary Urban (Cowboy) return as new characters Jason (a young gay activist) and Scott (Michael’s pretty boy-toy) respectively.

And joining our testosterone-and bitchy barb-fueled cast is Adam Jones in his Proud Mary Theatre Company debut as the young Asian nurse Rick. Jones may be the new boy on the block but he earned rave reviews as Romeo in last summer’s Upstate Shakespeare Festival production in Falls Park on the Reedy in Greenville.

This production is dedicated to playwright Mart Crowley, who died on March 7, 2020.

Meet The Boys in The Band: Kevin Ray Jones

Proud Mary Theatre Company is pleased to announce that all The Boys from The Boys in the Band, our box office sensation in 2018, will re-unite once again for the sequel by Mart Crowley, The Boys From The Men. in a special virtual reunion production on Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 p.m. on our Vimeo channel.

All of our original cast members are back at the same New York apartment 35 years later after a funeral for Larry, who has died at of pancreatic cancer. And Director John Fagan returns to rein in this rowdy, lovable cast, as does stage manager Katherine Rausch (narrator/reader) and producer Sandy Staggs as producer/technical director.

Reprising their original roles for the sequel are Brady Coyle-Smith as Michael, Jon Kilpatrick as Harold, K. Ray Jones as Bernard, Brandon Mimnaugh as Emory, Benjamin Abrams as Hank, and Charlie Hyatt as Donald, the only remaining alcoholic.

Original cast members Holt McCarley (Larry, who is dead!) and Zachary Urban (Cowboy) return as new characters Jason (a young gay activist) and Scott (Michael’s pretty boy-toy) respectively, while Luke Browder (the straight guy Alan in our original play) will be making a special appearance.

K. Ray Jones (Bernard) is happy to be performing in Boys in the Band again with Proud Mary. Previously, he played Sebastian in SLT’s the Little Mermaid, before that he was seen as Black Fox/John Quincy Adams in the Warehouse Theatre’s, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Although, you can normally see him at the Spartanburg Little Theatre, he’s a native of Birmingham, AL., and graduate of Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. He moved to Greenville a year ago to be part of Centre Stage’s Sister Act as Joey. Following that, Ray performed as Ernst in Spring Awakening (WT), Hud in HAIR (GLL), and Willy Lopez in Ghost (CST). When not onstage, Ray enjoys teaching K-8 Theatre at High Point Academy in Spartanburg, teaching spin class at Cyclebar Greenville, running Disney’s Princess races and traveling all over as a front man for his band and multiple bands with the Emerald Empire party band company. Ray would like to dedicate this performance to his best friend Jason, for always “telling him what even his best friends wouldn’t tell him”! You really do see a better version of me and I don’t know if I’ll ever get there, but I’m sure gonna try! Love you J!

And joining our testosterone-and bitchy barb-fueled cast is Adam Jones in his Proud Mary Theatre Company debut as the young Asian nurse Rick. Jones may be the new boy on the block but he earned rave reviews as Romeo in last summer’s Upstate Shakespeare Festival production in Falls Park on the Reedy in Greenville.

Tickets for this special event start at $5 and are available at proudmarytheatre.com.
Donors will receive a Video Link and Password to view The Boys From The Men ONLY during our licensed 48-Hour Viewing Period: Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 pm – Thursday, July 30 @ 7:59 pm

This production is dedicated to playwright Mart Crowley, who died on March 7, 2020.

Meet The Boys in The Band: Benjamin Abrams

Benjamin Abrams

Proud Mary Theatre Company is pleased to announce that all The Boys from The Boys in the Band, our box office sensation in 2018, will re-unite once again for the sequel by Mart Crowley, The Boys From The Men. in a special virtual reunion production on Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 p.m. on our Vimeo channel.

All of our original cast members are back at the same New York apartment 35 years later after a funeral for Larry, who has died at of pancreatic cancer. And Director John Fagan returns to rein in this rowdy, lovable cast, as does stage manager Katherine Rausch (narrator/reader) and producer Sandy Staggs as producer/technical director.

Reprising their original roles for the sequel are Brady Coyle-Smith as Michael, Jon Kilpatrick as Harold, K. Ray Jones as Bernard, Brandon Mimnaugh as Emory, Benjamin Abrams as Hank, and Charlie Hyatt as Donald, the only remaining alcoholic.

Original cast members Holt McCarley (Larry, who is dead!) and Zachary Urban (Cowboy) return as new characters Jason (a young gay activist) and Scott (Michael’s pretty boy-toy) respectively, while Luke Browder (the straight guy Alan in our original play) will be making a special appearance.

BENJAMIN ABRAMS (Hank) is fired up to be back with The Boys at Proud Mary! Ben is a Greenville native, residing in Spartanburg. He was last seen at the Spartanburg Little Theatre as Riff Raff in The Rocky Horror Show, and last Spring as Fighting Prawn in Peter and the Starcatcher. Other notable roles include Lonny/Rock of Ages, Martini/One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, Dr. Madden/Next to Normal and Frank Hart Jr/9 to 5. He would like to thank his friends and family for their love and support!

And joining our testosterone-and bitchy barb-fueled cast is Adam Jones in his Proud Mary Theatre Company debut as the young Asian nurse Rick. Jones may be the new boy on the block but he earned rave reviews as Romeo in last summer’s Upstate Shakespeare Festival production in Falls Park on the Reedy in Greenville.

Tickets for this special event start at $5 and are available at proudmarytheatre.com.
Donors will receive a Video Link and Password to view The Boys From The Men ONLY during our licensed 48-Hour Viewing Period: Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 pm – Thursday, July 30 @ 7:59 pm

This production is dedicated to playwright Mart Crowley, who died on March 7, 2020.

Meet The Boys in the Band: Jonathan Kilpatrick

Jonathan Kilpatrick
Photo by Escobar Photography, LLC

Proud Mary Theatre Company is pleased to announce that all The Boys from The Boys in the Band, our box office sensation in 2018, will re-unite once again for the sequel by Mart Crowley, The Boys From The Men. in a special virtual reunion production on Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 p.m. on our Vimeo channel.

All of our original cast members are back at the same New York apartment 35 years later after a funeral for Larry, who has died at of pancreatic cancer. And Director John Fagan returns to rein in this rowdy, lovable cast, as does stage manager Katherine Rausch (narrator/reader) and producer Sandy Staggs as producer/technical director.

Reprising their original roles for the sequel are Brady Coyle-Smith as Michael, Jon Kilpatrick as Harold, K. Ray Jones as Bernard, Brandon Mimnaugh as Emory, Benjamin Abrams as Hank, and Charlie Hyatt as Donald, the only remaining alcoholic.

Original cast members Holt McCarley (Larry, who is dead!) and Zachary Urban (Cowboy) return as new characters Jason (a young gay activist) and Scott (Michael’s pretty boy-toy) respectively, while Luke Browder (the straight guy Alan in our original play) will be making a special appearance.

Jonathan Kilpatrick (Harold) is thrilled to be returning to reprise the role of Harold in The Men from the Boys. Past upstate roles include: SCCT: Toad in A Year with Frog and Toad; Greenville Theatre: Cogsworth in Beauty and the Beast, Tateh in Ragtime, Edna Turnblad in Hairspray, Teacher/Mrs.Bumbrake in Peter and the Starcatcher, Bamatabois,et al. in Les Misérables, Sundeep Padamadan/Carlos in Legally Blonde, Annas/King Herod in Jesus Christ Superstar, Old Joe/Gentleman in A Christmas Carol. Centre Stage: Freddie in Noises Off, Beadle Bamford in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Roger Debris in The Producers; Spartanburg Little Theate: The Mystery of Irma Vep, Dr. Frank-N-Furter in The Rocky Horror Show; The Warehouse Theare: Riff Raff in The Rocky Horror Show, Senator Fipp in Urinetown: The Musical; GLOW Lyric Theare: Remendado in Carmen, Edsel in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. #loveallpeople

And joining our testosterone-and bitchy barb-fueled cast is Adam Jones in his Proud Mary Theatre Company debut as the young Asian nurse Rick. Jones may be the new boy on the block but he earned rave reviews as Romeo in last summer’s Upstate Shakespeare Festival production in Falls Park on the Reedy in Greenville.

Tickets for this special event start at $5 and are available at proudmarytheatre.com.
Donors will receive a Video Link and Password to view The Boys From The Men ONLY during our licensed 48-Hour Viewing Period: Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 pm – Thursday, July 30 @ 7:59 pm

This production is dedicated to playwright Mart Crowley, who died on March 7, 2020.

Who’s That Girl in our ‘Boys in the Band’ Sequel? Katherine Rausch

Katherine Rausch

Proud Mary Theatre Company is pleased to announce that all The Boys from The Boys in the Band, our box office sensation in 2018, will re-unite once again for the sequel by Mart Crowley, The Boys From The Men. in a special virtual reunion production on Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 p.m. on our Vimeo channel.

All of our original cast members are back at the same New York apartment 35 years later after a funeral for Larry, who has died at of pancreatic cancer. And Director John Fagan returns to rein in this rowdy, lovable cast, as does stage manager Katherine Rausch (narrator/reader) and producer Sandy Staggs as producer/technical director.

Reprising their original roles for the sequel are Brady Coyle-Smith as Michael, Jon Kilpatrick as Harold, K. Ray Jones as Bernard, Brandon Mimnaugh as Emory, Benjamin Abrams as Hank, and Charlie Hyatt as Donald, the only remaining alcoholic.

Original cast members Holt McCarley (Larry, who is dead!) and Zachary Urban (Cowboy) return as new characters Jason (a young gay activist) and Scott (Michael’s pretty boy-toy) respectively, while Luke Browder (the straight guy Alan in our original play) will be making a special appearance.

Katherine is a visual/theatre artist. She has a BFA in design and has studied Theatre and Studio Arts at Converse and USC Upstate. She teaches at art the Chapman Cultural Center and owns operates Pet POPS. Her latest theatre works include, Props and scenic painter for Hank Williams, And Then There Were None and Terms of Endearment (Spartanburg Little Theatre) SM, Boys In The Band, (Proud Mary Theatre), Scenic painting, Calendar Girls (Spartanburg Little Theatre), Props Master, Into the Woods (Centre Stage) Props Master, In The Heights, Fidelio, Pinafore (Glow Lyric Theatre). She is thrilled to be back for a second season with Proud Mary reading for Men the sequel to The Boys In The Band.

And joining our testosterone-and bitchy barb-fueled cast is Adam Jones in his Proud Mary Theatre Company debut as the young Asian nurse Rick. Jones may be the new boy on the block but he earned rave reviews as Romeo in last summer’s Upstate Shakespeare Festival production in Falls Park on the Reedy in Greenville.

Tickets for this special event start at $5 and are available at proudmarytheatre.com.
Donors will receive a Video Link and Password to view The Boys From The Men ONLY during our licensed 48-Hour Viewing Period: Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 pm – Thursday, July 30 @ 7:59 pm

This production is dedicated to playwright Mart Crowley, who died on March 7, 2020.

Meet The Boys in the Band: Brady Coyle-Smith

Brady Coyle-Smith Photo by ESCOBAR PHOTOGRAPHY, LLC

Proud Mary Theatre Company is pleased to announce that all The Boys from The Boys in the Band, our box office sensation in 2018, will re-unite once again for the sequel by Mart Crowley, The Boys From The Men. in a special virtual reunion production on Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 p.m.

All of our original cast members are back at the same New York apartment 35 years later after a funeral for Larry, who has died at of pancreatic cancer. And Director John Fagan returns to rein in this rowdy, lovable cast, as does stage manager Katherine Rausch (narrator/reader) and producer Sandy Staggs as producer/technical director.

Reprising their original roles for the sequel are Brady Coyle-Smith as Michael, Jon Kilpatrick as Harold, K. Ray Jones as Bernard, Brandon Mimnaugh as Emory, Benjamin Abrams as Hank, and Charlie Hyatt as Donald, the only remaining alcoholic.

Original cast members Holt McCarley (Larry, who is dead!) and Zachary Urban (Cowboy) return as new characters Jason (a young gay activist) and Scott (Michael’s pretty boy-toy) respectively, while Luke Browder (the straight guy Alan in our original play) will be making a special appearance.

And joining our testosterone cast is Adam Jones in his Proud Mary Theatre Company debut as the young Asian nurse Rick. Jones may be the new boy on the block but he earned rave reviews as Romeo in last summer’s Upstate Shakespeare Festival production in Falls Park on the Reedy in Greenville.

Brady Coyle-Smith (Michael) has been seen in numerous musicals in the Greenville-Spartanburg area and is excited to return to Proud Mary for this sequel to The Boys in the Band! Some favorite roles are Jack (Into the Woods), Sonny Malone (Xanadu), Gabe (Next to Normal), Hysterium (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum), the 8 characters he played in Spamalot, and this portrayal of Michael. Brady lives in Greenville with his husband and two children. To my fellow Boys, this journey has been so incredibly rewarding and terrifying – as Michael would say, “thank you…and fuck you.” To Tim and my kiddos, you are my world and I hope I make you proud!

Tickets for this special event start at $5 and are available at proudmarytheatre.com.
Donors will receive a Video Link and Password to view The Boys From The Men ONLY during our licensed 48-Hour Viewing Period: Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 pm – Thursday, July 30 @ 7:59 pm

This production is dedicated to playwright Mart Crowley, who died on March 7, 2020.

Meet The Boys in the Band: Director John Fagan

John Fagan

Proud Mary Theatre Company is pleased to announce that all The Boys from The Boys in the Band, our box office sensation in 2018, will re-unite once again for the sequel by Mart Crowley, The Boys From The Men. in a special virtual reunion production on Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 p.m.

All of our original cast members are back at the same New York apartment 35 years later after a funeral for Larry, who has died at of pancreatic cancer. And Director John Fagan returns to rein in this rowdy, lovable cast, as does stage manager Katherine Rausch (narrator/reader) and producer Sandy Staggs as producer/technical director.

Reprising their original roles for the sequel are Brady Coyle-Smith as Michael, Jon Kilpatrick as Harold, K. Ray Jones as Bernard, Brandon Mimnaugh as Emory, Benjamin Abrams as Hank, and Charlie Hyatt as Donald, the only remaining alcoholic.

Original cast members Holt McCarley (Larry, who is dead!) and Zachary Urban (Cowboy) return as new characters Jason (a young gay activist) and Scott (Michael’s pretty boy-toy) respectively, while Luke Browder (the straight guy Alan in our original play) will be making a special appearance.

John Fagan (Director) is pleased to be back at Proud Mary Theatre where he directed The Boys in the Band. In his 21 seasons as Producing Artistic Director for the Upstate Shakespeare Festival he has directed 27 of Shakespeare’s plays; the most recent being Romeo and Juliet and The Tempest . John has directed at many of the Upstate Theatres, including: The Warehouse Theatre, Centre Stage, Spartanburg Little Theatre, Greenville Little Theatre and others. Additionally, John has worked at several theatres across the country: Playhouse on the Square, Jenny Wiley Theatre, Weathervane Playhouse and others. John is also the author of six plays that have been staged in venues across the country.

And joining our testosterone cast is Adam Jones in his Proud Mary Theatre Company debut as the young Asian nurse Rick. Jones may be the new boy on the block but he earned rave reviews as Romeo in last summer’s Upstate Shakespeare Festival production in Falls Park on the Reedy in Greenville.

Tickets for this special event start at $5 and are available at proudmarytheatre.com.
Donors will receive a Video Link and Password to view The Boys From The Men ONLY during our licensed 48-Hour Viewing Period: Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 pm – Thursday, July 30 @ 7:59 pm

This production is dedicated to playwright Mart Crowley, who died on March 7, 2020.

Meet The Boys in the Band: Holt McCarley

Holt McCarley

Proud Mary Theatre Company is pleased to announce that all The Boys from The Boys in the Band, our box office sensation in 2018, will re-unite once again for the sequel by Mart Crowley, The Boys From The Men. in a special virtual reunion production on Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 p.m.

All of our original cast members are back at the same New York apartment 35 years later after a funeral for Larry, who has died at of pancreatic cancer. And Director John Fagan returns to rein in this rowdy, lovable cast, as does stage manager Katherine Rausch (narrator/reader) and producer Sandy Staggs as producer/technical director.

Reprising their original roles for the sequel are Brady Coyle-Smith as Michael, Jon Kilpatrick as Harold, K. Ray Jones as Bernard, Brandon Mimnaugh as Emory, Benjamin Abrams as Hank, and Charlie Hyatt as Donald, the only remaining alcoholic.

Original cast members Holt McCarley (Larry, who is dead!) and Zachary Urban (Cowboy) return as new characters Jason (a young gay activist) and Scott (Michael’s pretty boy-toy) respectively, while Luke Browder (the straight guy Alan in our original play) will be making a special appearance.

Holt McCarley is honored to return to Proud Mary Theater to virtually perform with some of his very best Judy’s. Working in property management by day, Holt enjoys chilling with his cats, Boulez and Willow, and making his own music by night. Holt holds degrees in Music Composition from Furman University (’14) and the University of Missouri- Kansas City (’16). Some favorite theatrical roles include Peter (Peter and the Starcatcher), Hanschen (Spring Awakening), Mr. Mistoffelees (Cats), Flute (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), and Ryan (High School Musical). Holt currently resides in Atlanta, GA. This one’s for Marion, my namesake.

And joining our testosterone cast is Adam Jones in his Proud Mary Theatre Company debut as the young Asian nurse Rick. Jones may be the new boy on the block but he earned rave reviews as Romeo in last summer’s Upstate Shakespeare Festival production in Falls Park on the Reedy in Greenville.

Tickets for this special event start at $5 and are available at proudmarytheatre.com.
Donors will receive a Video Link and Password to view The Boys From The Men ONLY during our licensed 48-Hour Viewing Period: Tuesday, July 28 @ 8 pm – Thursday, July 30 @ 7:59 pm

This production is dedicated to playwright Mart Crowley, who died on March 7, 2020.