An oil lamp

Now and Then

by Sean Grennan

March 17th - May 1st

Run Time:  2 hours with intermission

Oil Lamp Theater kicks off its 2022 season with Now and Then, a heartfelt romantic comedy about the costs of the choices we make, and the people who make them with us.

One night in 1981, just as Jamie is closing the bar where he works, a desperate last-minute customer offers him and his girlfriend Abby two thousand dollars to sit and have a drink with him. Who wouldn’t take it? As the trio swaps stories and Jamie considers the decisions he faces about his musical career and his future with his girlfriend Abby. The young couple begins to realize that this older man is unusually invested in their choices… and the reason he gives them is completely unbelievable. But when a very displeased second stranger arrives, the unbelievable begins to look like it just might be true. 

RJ Cecott – Jamie
Ashley “Ash” Greenwood – Abby
Tim Kough – Man
Sandy Spatz – Woman
Trevor Earley – Jamie (US)
Madeline Logan – Abby (US)
CeCe Russo – Woman (US)
Stephen Smith – Man (US)



Director: Elizabeth Mazur Levin
Stage Manager: Kaitlyn Salemi
Costume Designer: Caitlin McLeod
Lighting Designer: Sam Anderson
Scenic/Props Designer: Ellen Markus
Carpenter/Technical Director: Greg Korak
Piano Composition: Trevor Earley
Executive Director & Interim Artistic Director: Jay Pastucha
Associate Artistic Director/Assistant Director: Stephen Smith

Please note: All patrons must provide proof of their full vaccination status and have a matching ID to enter the theater. Masks will also be worn at all times unless actively eating or drinking in the lobby. Children under 12 and people with medical conditions or religious beliefs preventing them from being vaccinated must provide proof of a COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of the performance start time, or a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken within 6 hours of the performance start time.