The Stage is the Spotlight for Third Half’s January and February Meetings

Third Half of Life, Trinity’s group of those age 50+, is putting the spotlight on the stage this winter.

Jan. 26, after the 11:15 a.m. service: Guest is David Hansen, education outreach associate for Great Lakes Theater. David discusses his play, “Double Heart” which is G.L.T.’s outreach production for 2014. Part of G.L.T.’s mission is to bring the classics to the Community. “Double Heart” imagines a backstory for Beatrice  and Benedict, the battling loves of “Much Ado About Nothing.”

Join us. Bring a guest. Remember everyone (and all ages) is welcome at all Third Half gatherings. Bring your lunch or stop by the reception desk before the 11:15 service and place a lunch order. This will be a dramatic start to Third Half’s 2014 year.

Questions: Ken Smith or Ginger Bitikofer, 216.774.0407

Feb. 23:  “Deathtrap” at Great Lakes Theater. A heart-stopping, breath-taking play that delivers. Third Half takes it all in on Sunday, Feb. 23 at 3 p.m. at the Hanna Theater. Tickets are: $20/person in the lounge areas or $35/person in traditional seating [very limited number available]. Please make your reservation with Ginger Bitikofer by Feb. 16.

Checks made out to: Trinity Cathedral [memo note: Great Lakes Theater]. Everyone is welcome to this theater outing.

You can meet us at the theater or join us after the 11:15 service for bring your own lunch/buy your lunch and conversation before curtain. Car pooling available to the theater.

Questions: Martha Bifano or Ginger Bitikofer, 216.774.0407.