Productions
Painting Churches

Painting Churches is a surprising, refreshing story about relationships between parents and adult children. The elderly Churches, Gardner and Fanny, are in the process of moving from their spacious Beacon Hill house into a cottage. Daughter Mags is an artist who lives in Manhattan. Gardner is a Pulitzer Prize—winning poet, once as well known as Frost or Pound. Now he writes incoherent criticism of poetry and tries to teach his parakeet to recite “Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard.” Fanny, a proper but eccentric Bostonian, buys shoes in thrift stores and wears wigs under her hat.
About the Play
Written By: Tina Howe
On the Screen: IMDB Details
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About the Production
Run Dates: 6/5/1986 - 6/29/1986
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Gregory A. Falls
Cast: Stephanie Kallos - Margaret Church
John MacKay - Gardner Church
Eve Roberts - Fanny Sedgwick Church
Behind the Scenes: Sarah Campbell - Costume Designer
Gregory A. Falls - Producing Director
Bill Forrester - Set Designer
David Hunter Koch - Sound Designer
Phil Schermer - Lighting Designer; Producing Manager
Susan Trapnell Moritz - Administrative Manager
Jorie Wackerman - Stage Manager
Painting Churches