Last Chance To See Send Me No Flowers
If you haven’t been down to the Post Theater at Fort Tilden over the past two weekends, then you really missing a fine entertainment opportunity. The Rockaway Theater Company production of the comedy "Send me No Flowers," has been playing to packed audiences since it opened on June 5.
The raucous comedy, set in Westchester, New York during the 1960’s certainly has audiences laughing out loud. Harry and Susan Millwater, who came all the way from Ridgewood, Queens to see the show, both agreed that it was worth the trip. Fred Goldberg, a visitor from as far away as Stony Brook, NY exclaimed, "This is a real campy show. The music played in the background brought me back to my youth. I really enjoyed it and I know anyone who comes out to see it will agree." "Send Me No Flowers" revolves around unusual circumstances and misunderstandings in the lives of George and Judy Kimball, played by veterans Les Kraft and Susan Beaulieu, who lead a phenomenal cast of supporting players. Aside from non-stop laughter and bravura performances, the exquisite set alone is worth the trip to Fort Tilden.
The show’s director Peggy Page, suggests that you call the RTC hotline at 718-850-2450 and reserve your seats for one of the final three performances of "Send Me No Flowers," as the curtain will fall on June 21