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Agenda

  1. Nov
    19
    Sun

    1. Monthly Sunday Brunch at Atomic Cowboy — RSVP Requested
      12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

      Prime Timers Monthly Sunday brunch at

      Join fellow Prime Timers for Brunch at the  Atomic Cowboy in the Grove. Click here for more information.

      By November 17, click here to email Tom K. to RSVP.  If the link does not work, send email to tkellermann@att.net

      (Recurring event the 3rd Sunday of every odd month, locations vary.)

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      12:30 pm
      Monthly Sunday Brunch at Atomic Cowboy — RSVP Requested
    2. Play “As You Like It” — Webster U. Theatre
      2:00 pm – 3:45 pm

      As You Like It

      By William Shakespeare

      When your life is at risk and you flee court to find refuge in the woods, it’s good to have a clown along. Stepping into the magical Forest of Arden with the philosophical fool Touchstone and her cousin Celia, Rosalind disguises herself as a young man and takes a walk into self-discovery. In this brave new world, she finds other court exiles – and the man she loves! Falling in love and learning who you are by acting the part are at the heart of this charming production in which romantic playfulness builds to a woodland wedding extravaganza.

      For tickets to all Conservatory of Theatre Arts productions Call (314) 968-7128

      There will be an optional Dinner following the play at a restaurant TBA nearby. 

      Open Seating. To help insure that we can locate everyone attending and sit together, click here to RSVP Michael T. at michael@primetimersstl.org or call him at the phone number in the member directory.

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      2:00 pm
      Play “As You Like It” — Webster U. Theatre
  2. Dec
    1
    Fri

    1. Dinner & Play “Steel Magnolias” at Stray Dog Theatre–RSVP Requested
      6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

      Tower Grove Abbey ~ 2336 Tennessee Avenue

      (Click here to purchase online)

      “Steel Magnolias”

      All the ladies who are “anybody” flock to Truvy’s beauty salon where she dispenses shampoos and free advice. Filled with hilarious repartee and good ol’ Southern charm, the play explores the lives of six remarkable women and the special qualities that make them truly touching, funny, and marvelously amiable company in good times and bad.

      To help insure that we can locate everyone attending, by November 29 click here to RSVP Michael T. at michael@primetimersstl.org or call him at the phone number in the member directory. Indicate whether you will join us for dinner and/or the play. Please be certain to enter your name in the body of the email.

      Prior to the play, join us for dinner at TBA (cost on your own) at 6:00 PM (Play is at 8 PM.). Details will be sent to those who RSVP.

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      6:00 pm
      Dinner & Play “Steel Magnolias” at Stray Dog Theatre–RSVP Requested
  3. Dec
    2
    Sat

    1. Annual Holiday Potluck Banquet–RSVP Needed
      5:00 pm – 8:30 pm
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      5:00 pm
      Annual Holiday Potluck Banquet–RSVP Needed
  4. Dec
    9
    Sat

    1. No Monthly Membership Meeting This Month (all-day)
      Dec 9
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      No Monthly Membership Meeting This Month (all-day)
  5. Dec
    10
    Sun

    1. Play “Lysistrata” — Webster U. Theatre
      2:00 pm – 4:30 pm

      How do you end a war that seems never ending? Aristophanes’ famous play, Lysistrata, takes on this question as it centers on the lives of the soldiers’ wives toward the end of the Peloponnesian War. One woman, Lysistrata, under the impression that a man’s libido is ultimately his driving force in life, comes up with an interesting peace solution: to deny their husbands and lovers sexual relations until they can settle on a peace agreement that will end the war. However, Lysistrata’s strategy effectively creates even more conflict than before as the sexes begin to feud with each other. Aristophanes’ play is both comic, poignant, and revealing as it examines gender relations that somehow still feel relevant thousands of years late

      For tickets Call 968-7128 Note:  This is on stage III in the Lockwood administration building

      Open Seating. To help insure that we can locate everyone attending and sit together, click here to RSVP Michael T. at michael@primetimersstl.org or call him at the phone number in the member directory.

       

       

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      2:00 pm
      Play “Lysistrata” — Webster U. Theatre
  6. Dec
    11
    Mon

    1. 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      PTSL meet up at Just John’s for Golden Happy Hour from 5 to 8 PM. An RSVP is not necessary for this event. Just show up any time during happy hour and enjoy the evening with fellow Prime Timers. Complementary food during happy hour.

      This event does not have a coordinator.  Prime Timers can be found in a group in the rear of the bar or out on the patio in nice weather.  If you don’t see us, ask the bartender.

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      5:00 pm
  7. Dec
    15
    Fri

    1. Play “Souvenir” — The Marcelle
      8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

      Max & Louie Productions presents “Souvenir”  Click here to buy tickets.

      Dubbed by her critics as the “Dire Diva of Din”, passionate music lover and wealthy socialite, Florence Foster Jenkins enjoyed a remarkably successful concert career even though she was unburdened by talent and deliriously tone deaf.

      Her story is told through the eyes of her pianist, Cosme McMoon. A truely talented musician, he regards her at first as a little more then an easy way to pay the rent, but his initial contempt gives way to reluctant admiration, then friendship and a unique kind of love.

      Their bizarre partnership yielded off-key recitals that earned them standing ovations and cultish fame-culminating in a sold-out performance at Carnegie Hall.

      Get to know this epic musical odd-couple in “Souvenir”, a tuneful comedy which beguiles the hopeful artist that lives in us all.

      Open Seating. To help insure that we can locate everyone attending and sit together, click here to RSVP Michael T. at michael@primetimersstl.org or call him at the phone number in the member directory.

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      8:00 pm
      Play “Souvenir” — The Marcelle