Thursday, August 29, 2019

MSTW: "Alone Together" - Only Four Performances Left!



What a great way to kick off Labor Day Weekend!  

Escape to Amador County, watch theatre under the stars, and cool down under the mighty oaks at the Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre.

When you realize your son doesn't have plans of leaving home, but instead has plans of starting a home business. See "Alone Together" and find out what it really means to have "boomerang kids," Fridays and Saturdays at the Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre in Jackson through September 7th.

Tickets available at the gate, Hein & Co in Jackson,
or at

Photos by Charr Crail

Alone Together was written in 1983 by Lawrence Roman who, 20 years prior wrote the comedy hit, "Under the Yum Yum Tree," which became a successful film staring Jack Lemmon. ​
Alone Together is a heartfelt comedy for those parents who understand what it means to have "boomerang kids."  After 30 years of child rearing, George (Allen Pontes) & Helene Butler (Julie Anchor) are practically drooling with anticipation as their youngest son, Keith (Conner Ohlrich), drives off to start college. But dreams of carefree days and passion-filled nights are quickly dashed when eldest son Michael (Jason Kaye), followed by middle sibling Elliott (Eric Fawcett), take up residence in the bedrooms of their youth. Now mom and dad have to figure out how to push the birdies back out of the nest. 
Also in the cast is Rian Lombardo as the surprise guest, Janie. 
Alone Together runs Fri/Sat August 9th - September 7th.


Ticket Prices

Adults - $20.00
Seniors: $17.50
Youth 18 & under - $12.00
Family Pack (2 adults/2 students) - $54.00

Tickets good for either Summer show, or the same show, used anytime throughout the run.


And save the date for our
Fall fundraiser!
November 2-3, 2019

A Tale of Two Cities

November 2 & 3

$25 ticket includes a dessert bar, coffee/tea and the show!

Celebrating 25 Years of Professional-Quality Theatre in Amador County

This year, Main Street Theatre Works (MSTW) celebrates 25 years
of producing theatre in Amador County.
And this is our 16th year at the Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre in Jackson.

Location for the Summer Season

The Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre
1127 N. Main Street, Jackson

Patrons are encouraged to come early with picnics,
chairs,  jackets, and bug spray.

Summer Season Tickets

At the gate
Online at 
and at
Hein & Company
204 Main St. | Jackson, CA

For more information, please visit our website at

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