“The Skin of Our Teeth,” a Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway production, will be performed at St. Francis United Methodist Church starting this weekend.
Maria Gallardo, left, and Samantha Cormier are the odd couple in a female version of Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple." The play is directed by Robert Encila and presented by The da Vinci Players of Studio Connections at St. Francis in the Foothills Theatre, 4625 E. River Road.
Martie van der Voort, left, and Layni Direnfeld perform in "The Odd Couple." The play runs till June 19. Go to www.studioconnections.net for more information.
Jerome Wozniak, Lissa Staples, Betty Sproul and Travis Walton play job-seekers in "America Hurrah." The show will run through Feb. 20.
Todd Leuthjohann, left foreground, plays the governor/innkeeper, while Kit Runge, right, is Don Quixote, during a dress rehearsal for "Man of La Mancha" at Studio Connections at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church. The 1966 Broadway musical won five Tony Awards.
Kriste Belt as Aldonza sits on the lap of Johnny Carey as Jose during a dress rehearsal for "Man of La Mancha, with Tim Hollis, left rear, playing Pedro, Joshua Furtado playing Anselmo, and Vincent Vulpis playing Paco.
Runge plays Don Quixote, who is on a quest for the ideal world.
Sylvia the dog, played by Teresa Vasquez, looks up lovingly at new owner Greg, played by Richard Shipman, in "Sylvia," a play by A.R. Gurney that's being presented by Studio Connections.
"Sylvia," a play by A.R. Gurney, gives Teresa Vasquez a dog of a