The Santa Paula Theater Center will present John Patrick Shanley's beloved Irish romantic comedy, OUTSIDE MULLINGAR, April 21 through May 28 on its Main Stage at 125. So. 7th St. on the corner of Main St. and 7th in historic downtown Santa Paula. Performances are Fridays & Saturdays at 8 pm and Sunday matinees at 2:30 pm. Tickets are $24.00 for adults, Seniors/Students $22.00, Children $18.00. Reservations may be made online or by calling our Box Office at 805.525.4645
OUTSIDE MULLINGAR  tells the tale of Rosemary and Anthony who have lived on adjacent farms outside the small Irish village of Mullingar all of their lives without recognizing that what they might want is right in front of them.  Their story is told with a touch of blarney and a wealth of heart by Playwright Shanley-author of MOONSTRUCK and DOUBT, who conjures up a wry romantic comedy.  OUTSIDE MULLINGAR reminds us that love, early or late, always arrives on time.
OUTSIDE MULLIGAR is directed by SPTC's Artistic Director, David Ralphe.  Cast Members include Jessi May Stevenson as Rosemary, Ron Feltner as Anthony, Cecil Sutton as Tony, and Rosalee Calvillo as Aoife.  Leslie Nichols produces with support from Artistic Design Team  Mike Carnahan-set, Gary Richardson-lights, Barb Pedziwiatr-costumeand Gail Heck-props. Colette Swan is the Stage Manager.
John Patrick Shanley's OUTSIDE MULLINGAR is the second show of Santa Paula Theater Center's Main Stage Centennial Season celebrating the 100th birthday of its building.  
The Birds (based on the Daphne DuMaurier short story) by Conor McPherson June 23-July 30, Becky's New Car by Steven Dietz Aug. 25-Oct. 1, and It's a Wonderful Life: On the Air adapted by Fred Helsel Nov. 17-Dec. 23  round out the remainder of the year.  Prorated Season Subscriptions are still available through our web site www.santapaulatheatercenter.org.  Individual tickets are $24 for adults, $22 for Seniors/Students. and Children 12 and under are $18.  For reservations go online or call the Box Office at  805.525.4645 Performances are Friday and Sat. evenings at 8 pm and Sunday Mat. at 2:30 pm.