Special Museum Hours

Campbell House Museum will be closed for tours during matinee performances of Talking Heads on:

November 3
(closing at 1 pm)
November 7
November 14
November 21

The museum will still be conducting tours by donation during regular hours, Tuesday – Friday 9:30-4:30.

Talking Heads runs from November 3 to 22. Tickets are available online at  http://talkingheads2.brownpapertickets.com or by telephoning the museum. 


Talking Heads at Campbell House Museum

“With such rich material, so well directed and performed, all theatre-lovers should seek out Talking Heads.” – Christopher Hoile, Stage Door.com, 4 Stars

Precisely Peter Productions and Campbell House Museum present a collection of six of award-winning British playwright Alan Bennett’s TALKING HEADS monologues to be performed in rotating repertory at Campbell House, November 3-22. Last year’s highly praised production is being re-mounted as “Program A” and will again feature Naomi Wright, Jason Gray, and Alex Dallas. New this year is “Program B” starring Deb Filler, Richard Willis, and Fiona Reid!

Tickets are $25 and are available online at http://talkingheads2.brownpapertickets.com or by phoning the museum.

Program “A”
The Outside Dog (Marjory – played by Naomi Wright)
Playing Sandwiches (Wilfred – played by Jason Gray)
A Lady of Letters (Irene – played by Alex Dallas)

Evenings, November 3, 5, 10, 12, 18, 20, 21
Door opens 7:30 pm; show begins 8 pm

Matinees, November 7, 8, 14
Door opens 2:30 pm; show begins 3 pm

The Hand of God (Celia – played by Deb Filler)
A Chip in the Sugar (Graham – played by Richard Willis)
Bed Among the Lentils (Susan – played by Fiona Reid)

Evenings, November 4, 6, 7, 11, 13, 14, 17, 19
Door opens 7:30 pm; show begins 8 pm

Matinees, November 21, 22
Door opens 2:30 pm; show begins 3 pm

November 22, Door opens 11:30 am; show begins 12 pm**

Directed by John Shooter
Sound design by Evan Jerred
Set and costume designs by Rachel Forbes
Lighting design by Siobhan Sleath
Stage management by Laura Lakatosh
Production management by Christopher Douglas