Alice Tucker in the kitchen

Alice Tucker (center) played the role of "Alice" in A Country Wedding.

A Country Wedding actress Alice Tucker will be appearing in the Albany Civic Theater production of Paul Osborn’s Morning’s at Seven* in March.

Anyone involved with the film knows what a talented actress and all-around great person Alice is, so we’re thrilled to see her on the stage in a major role.

Here are the details:

Morning’s at Seven

by Paul Osborn    Directed by Leigh Matthews Bock
March 5, 6, 12, 13, 14(m), 18 19, 20, 2010 at 8 p.m.
Sunday matinees (m) 2:30 p.m

“Morning’s at Seven” is a comedy about the intertwined relationships of the four aging Gibbs sisters. The quiet lives these women share with their husbands start to unravel as they begin to question what to do with their remaining years. Tensions rise when Ida’s 40year-old son brings his fiancée of 12 years to the house for the first time.
This charming portrait of small town America in 1938 was revived on Broadway in 1980 and in 2002 to critical acclaim. What makes this beautifully colored, sharply etched family portrait so delightful is the understanding that laughter and tears go hand-in-hand as responses to everyday life.

Tickets – $11/$8 under 18 over 60, available for reservation or purchase at:
Sid Stevens Jewelers (541) 967-8140 140 SW 1st Avenue, Albany
Rice’s Pharmacy (541) 752-7760 910 NW Kings Blvd., Corvallis
The theater box office, at 111 SW First Ave. in downtown Albany, 45 minutes before curtain time

*The possessive apostrophe in “Morning’s” is actually correct…I checked.