Ever, an awkward professor with Asperger’s Syndrome, seeks dancing lessons from his neighbor, Senga, an out of commission Broadway dancer. As the unlikely relationship unfolds, the two make hilarious and heartwarming discoveries about themselves and each other.
Suggested for ages 13 and up. Mild Sexual Content. One hour and ten minutes with no intermission.
Archive: Dancing Lessons
By Mark St. Germain
Directed by Jan Guarino
Starring Virginia Rep newcomers Dean Knight and Kylie Clark as Ever and Senga. Knight was most recently seen in Rapture, Blister, Burn, Unexpected Tenderness, and The Human Terrain (5th Wall Theatre). Clark’s regional credits include Angels in America (Richmond Triangle Players) and The Sound of Music (Riverside Dinner Theatre).
Part of The Acts of Faith Theatre Festival
Suggested for ages 13 and up. Mild Sexual Content.
One hour and ten minutes with no intermission.
"Lots of lovable laughs"
"Warm and fuzzy...funny and authentic"
"You don't want it to end." – Boston Globe
"Dancing Lessons is touching, entertaining... thanks to the adroit writing of Mr. St. Germain, a shrewd specialist in matters of human psychology" – NY Times
"Virginia Rep to Present Dancing Lessons at Hanover Tavern"
Press Release (pdf)
Acts of Faith Talkback
There will be a talkback immediately following the performance on March 5. Talkback last approximately twenty minutes.