The Village Players and the Atlantic Arts Theater in Jupiter are presenting the premiere of Nobody Like Mona, a two-act comedy by Mike Harabin.
The play will be presented at the Atlantic Arts Theater (6743 W. Indiantown Road) on July 11 through 13, at 8 p.m. and on Sunday, July 14 at 2 and 8 p.m.
The play revolves around Stan and Irma, a middle-age, newlywed couple, who want to spend a nice quiet weekend in a Manhattan hotel. Their romantic endeavors are thwarted by a stream of intruders, including an alleged bank robber, a hotel maintenance man, a hotel maid, a pizza delivery guy, a mother-in-law and finally, Mona.
Director Mike Harabin is a Marywood University graduate, majoring in theater. Before moving to Florida, he operated the Little Playhouse in Pennsylvania, producing, directing and acting in several original and established plays. He has been with the Village Players for eight years, as a board member, actor and director. He also sings with an a cappella group, the Third Row Center Singers.
The cast includes John Zambito as Stan, Marjorie Mann as Irma, Aaron Lee as Harv, Alan Collins as Fred, Nina Garcia as Alicia, Andrew Griner as Georgio, Christine Tatum as Wilma and Cara Abaldo as Mona.
Tickets cost $15 for adults and $10 for students, and can be ordered by calling (561) 575-4942 or www.brownpapertickets.com.
On Friday, July 12, there will be a special champagne reception after the show with opportunities to meet the cast and crew. Tickets for the show and reception cost $20.