5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Dunwoody, GA 30338
Box office - (770) 396-1726
Rounding Third is the tumultuous journey of two Little League coaches through an entire season, from their first tentative meeting to the climactic championship game. Don is the tough, blue-collar, win-at-all-costs veteran coach whose son is the star pitcher. Michael is a newcomer both to the town and to baseball who agrees to be Don's assistant because he wants a special activity with his son. Despite their differences, the two men battle over how to lead the team.
Robin is glad to be working with Vince here at Stage Door. Favorite regional shows include: Clybourne Park, End Days, Voir Dire, The Night of the Iguana, The Little Foxes, Ah, Wilderness!, Time Stands Still (Suzi Award Winner), and The Taming of the Shrew at the NY Classical Theatre.
TV credits include: Halt and Catch Fire, Your Worst Nightmare, Necessary Roughness, The Game, House of Payne, The View, In the Heat of the Night and Ring of Fire. Thanks to Robert Egizio and Jimmy Donadio for this opportunity.
VINCE PISANI - is delighted to be returning to the "stage" after focusing on film and television in the past few years. He is proud to be making his Stage Door Players debut in his home community of Dunwoody. Favorite Atlanta stage credits include: Becky's New Car (Georgia Ensemble), Harvey (The Renaissance Project) and Far East (Theatre in the Square).
Favorite Film/TV Credits: Halt and Catch Fire (recurring), American Reunion, Banshee, Drop Dead Diva, The Good Lie, Satisfaction, and Sleepy Hollow. Thank you to God, Jimmy for his leadership, Robin for being an amazing stage partner, and my friends for their constant support, particularly Bill Murphey.
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Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 8:00 pm
"a famously compelling tale, lively and engaging. Mr. Sherrill is a poised performer with a subtle physical grace”
----The New York Times
"an amazing achievement! A transforming two hours of theater….riveting!”
"the Good Book gets even better … brings the New Testament to life.”
----The Washington Post
Tickets available by calling the Box Office at 770-396-1726, or online here.