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Mr. Hart and Mr. Brown

By Bruce Graham

Directed by Pete Pryor

July 18 - August 26, 2012


Set in the roaring twenties, Mr. Hart & Mr. Brown tells the story of a volatile meeting between two men of mysterious backgrounds, witnessed by a young newspaper reporter who smells a story. But is it worth his life to write it? Find out what is revealed when the gray area between Good and Evil becomes illuminated...
Best appreciated by ages 14 and up.

The Local Historian: Peter DeLaurier*
Al Brown: Richard Ruiz*
Ambrose Healey: Michael Doherty*
Richard Hart: Christopher Patrick Mullen*
Director: Pete Pryor
Production Manager: Charles T. Brastow*
Set & Video Designer: Matt Saunders
Costume Designer: Scott Anderson
Lighting Designer: Lily Fossner
Production Stage Manager: Kate McSorley*
Sound Designer: Christopher Colucci
Dramaturg: Zak Berkman

* Member, Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.

"People’s Light’s Latest Premiere Shines"

By Carrie Compton, Montgomery News

MR. HART & MR. BROWN Deftly Explore the Duality of Man"

By J. Cooper Robb, Philadelphia Weekly

"MR. HART & MR. BROWN Premieres at People’s With a Fabulous Cast"

By Margie Royal, Delaware County News Network

"Down Home Treachery at PLTC"

By Diane Mina Weltman, The Malvern Patch


By Howard Shapiro, The Philadelphia Inquirer

"World Premiere of Bruce Graham’s MR. HART & MR. BROWN at People’s Light"

By Debra Miller, Stage Magazine

"Local Actor Revels in the Secrecy and Intrigue of His Latest Role"

By Rita Charleston, Montgomery News

The Buzz: Talk Up, Talk With, Talk Back

Join us after every Thursday evening performance (excluding Thursday, August 23rd) for The Buzz: Talk Up, Talk With, Talk Back, a lively discussion with cast members and other artists from the production!

The Scoop, Mr. Hart & Mr. Brown

New at People's Light...and it's FREE!
Join us for The Scoop, a lively discussion before every performance of Mr. Hart & Mr. Brown. Cast member Peter DeLaurier will discuss the world of the play, how and why it was chosen, as well as how it was cast, designed, and rehearsed. The program will start one hour before the curtain of every performance, in the classroom space of the Steinbright building. No reservations needed.

Wed, 07/18/2012 - 7:30pm - Sun, 08/26/2012 - 7:00pm
Steinbright Stage