THE 2018 SEASON
The eclectic nature of what EMH produces continues this 2018 season with original works, laugh out loud comedy, some life lessons learned through dance and much more!
An Iraqi War Vet needing to find peace in the original work "Fragile Things". Seniors needing to recover their financial independence in "Jack of Diamonds".
A dance instructor needing to learn a new way to live her life without it in "Dancing Lessons".
These are just a few of the stories EMH will tell this year. Check it out and see what touches you, challenges you and leaves you laughing.
THE 2018 SEASON AT EMH
March 2nd - 16th, 2018
An Iraqi War vet and the woman he inadvertently kidnaps become trapped not only with each other but their own personal demons as the worst snow storms in history isolate them in a cabin in the woods.
A play about connection, dealing with inner turmoil, and the need to heal even when it doesn't seem possible.....
ADVISORY: This show contains strong language, combat, a moment of strobe lights and some smoking
Jack is a former jeweler who made his living buying and selling diamonds via late-night TV ads. He lives in a rather luxurious, privately-owned retirement home along with his fellow residents: the visually challenged techno-wizard Rose, the artistically gifted but forgetful Flora, and the narcoleptic beauty Blanche. Unbeknownst to the four of them, however, the man to whom they’ve entrusted their life savings - a smooth-talking financial advisor named Barney Effward - has been arrested for bilking his clients out of their savings through a Ponzi scheme. Faced with financial ruin, the four suddenly find themselves confronting the author of their miserable fate when Effward is unexpectedly delivered among them – along with several million dollars in diamonds. Pandemonium ensues as the four retirees try to find a way to exact their revenge, recoup their losses, and keep the authorities from discovering their plans.
A professional dancer with a career-ending injury is thrown for a loop when a geoscientist with Asperger's syndrome offers her an absurd sum of money to teach him how to dance.
Teaching was never more difficult in this romantic dramedy where one of them can't lie and one of them can't face the truth.