Circle Bar B Dinner Theatre
You Say Tomatoes; By Bernard Slade
Directed by Jim Cook
Set and Lighting Design by Alan Wells
Performed during our 2005 season.
Two continents collide in the form of a stogy Englishman and sophisticated New Yorker. This delightfully romantic and funny play is written by the author of “Same Time Next Year.”
A wonderful, touching, funny, romantic and sexy story about two very different people in their “slightly later years” who meet and fall in lust. Libby is a successful television producer from New York with a young, fresh off the farm Southern gal as her “partner in crime”. Giles is a rather stogy, eccentric and extremely private Englishman comfortably set in his ways. Can Libby persuade Giles to move to New York for the fame and fortune he doesn’t want, but she so desperately needs? They ultimately connect, disconnect and perhaps reconnect when all is said and done. It’s fun to watch New York meet London and realize that there are more differences in the two cultures than the way one pronounces “Tomatoes”.