Recent Press & Pics

Why is TwoTurkeys news? This group is committed to bringing New York-quality theatre to Greenwich residents, right in their own hometown. With Don and Lori, along with an evolving troupe of high-caliber performers, TwoTurkeys will be devoting their time and talents to staging productions in a variety of venues, at low-ticket prices. Currently, their "home stage" is Diamond Hill Methodist Church's "theatre" in Cos Cob - but they are looking to perform elsewhere in town, including schools, libraries and for business and civic organizations.

"... the area's best semi-professional interpreters of Off-Broadway/radio-style (i.e. scaled-down, performer/content-based) theater." -- David G., Fairfield

What a FANTASTIC production it was… a memorable night." -- Kathy S., Greenwich

From a letter to The Greenwich Post:

"... Now more than ever, it’s important for the community to have a variety of entertainment options close to home. I truly believe that this group has a novel approach to live theatre. And I also believe that town residents, like myself, should embrace grassroots arts organizations such as Two Turkeys." -- Brian C., Greenwich

There's a BRAND NEW article about TwoTurkeys in The Stamford Advocate! Give it a read!

Check out this article from The Fairfield County Weekly!


Turkey Pix
3 Chimps in "WORDS WORDS WORDS"
The TwoTurkeys in "DR FRITZ or THE FORCES OF LIGHT"
Ellen Krinick, Lori Feldman & Jan Pasqua in "WORDS WORDS WORDS"
Bob Waters, Don Adams & Jan Pasqua in "MERE MORTALS"
John Fatteross & Jan Pasqua in "Lovers and Other Strangers"
Don Adams & Bob Waters in "Variations on the Death of Trotsky"
John Fatteross & Ellen Krinick-Porto in "Sure Thing"
Donn & Lori from "Love Letters"
Donn, Susan Trimboli & Lori from "Sure Thing"
Wayne Hemstead in "Dear Amanda"
Lianne Sasson speaks the "Universal Language"