The Nobles Theatre Collective’s production of A.R. Gurney’s The Dining Room ran last week from October 23-27, when Scenic Designer Erik Diaz and crew transformed Vinik into a black box theatre. Actors showed incredible versatility as they assumed various identities throughout the play, and Director Dan Halperin said, “A very experienced, talented cast collaborated with a wonderful, committed group of designers and technicians to bring the community the best show we could.” The 1982 play explored the history, behavior, relationships, and culture of old-monied, white Anglo-Saxon Protestant families in New England.

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