Nancy Anderson, Michele Ragusa, Mark Price and More Inhabit The Cottage; Don Stephenson Directs

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24 Jul 2014

Sandy Rustin's The Cottage, the final production of Theatre Aspen's summer repertory season, opens July 24 in Colorado.



The comedy, which runs in repertory with The Full Monty and Little Women, features a cast of Broadway veterans, including Nancy Anderson, Michele Ragusa, Mark Price, Michael Kostroff, Bailey Frankenberg and Spencer Plachy. Don Stephenson directs.

Inspired by the works of Noel Coward and set in the 1920s English countryside, The Cottage, according to press notes, is a "tale of sex, betrayal and true love that unfolds when Sylvia Van Kipness exposes her love affair to her husband and her lover's wife. A surprising web of secrets unravels in this hilarious-and-almost-murderous-romantic comedy."

Rustin authored Rated P for Parenthood, which premiered at the Westside Theatre in New York City, and is currently playing regionally and in development for TV with ABC Studios. She has appeared on stage and screen and can regularly be seen at Upright Citizen’s Brigade in Gravid Water.

For further information contact Theatre Aspen at (970) 925-9313 or visit www.theatreaspen.org.