At The Rolling Bay Hall, Bainbridge Island
– 3rd • 4th • 5th –
– 10th • 11th • 12th –
– 17th • 18th • 19th –
7:30pm Fridays, Saturdays, & Sunday, December 5th
3pm Sunday, December 12th & 19th
All actors, staff, and crew are fully vaccinated.
Patrons must present CDC cards/copies (i.e., proof of vaccination) prior to entry.
All patrons, staff, and crew must wear face masks inside the theatre.
Performers will wear masks when not performing.
Refreshments/bar service will be available outside under our heated canopy.
“Seasonal Allergies” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals
on behalf of
Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com
Directed by Kristi Ann Jacobson • Music Composed & Performed by Jon Brenner
Produced by Gary Fetterplace • Lighting & Sound by Erik Lawrence
Do you have Seasonal Allergies? You might be experiencing the symptoms of them and not even know it. Seasonal Allergies tend to show themselves right around the holidays: do you fell a tickle in the back of your throat when you realize the vegetable dishes cooked faster than you thought, and now they’re ready a full hour before the turkey will be out of the oven? Do your eyes water uncontrollably after you’ve nearly broken your back climbing into the attic to find the Christmas lights (and then discover that only half the strand lights up)? Do you find yourself overheated when family members decide to extend their vacation and “hang out” for a few more days in your home?
Then you, my friend, have got Seasonal Allergies. And you are not alone! 9 out of 19 people have Seasonal Allergies, but nobody has a case worse than Julia Shelby and her brother Peter. So get ready to laugh away your throat tickle, and clear your sinuses with a healthy dose of Holiday Fun.
Katie Jones as Julia Shelby
Jeff Brown as Thomas Shelby
Mason Morton as Charlie Shelby
Carmen Pinto as Pete Dumbowski
Tyler Weaver as J.D. Cusimano
Ashley Corbaley as Alison Cusimano
Erika Nicole as Emily Cantwell
“Seasonal Allergies is a funny, heartwarming story about friends, family, and holiday stresses. […] This is a kinder, gentler comedy, more a Neil Simon family tale than a Ray Cooney family disaster, and the show is all the better for it.”
“This is a delightfully funny play about a family dealing with one member in personal turmoil who comes to them seeking comfort, but turns into a monumental pain in the butt. The situation is real, the humor is real, but so is the sense of a family in turmoil trying to regain the warmth and love of the season.”
– Lancaster Intellegencer