Real-life husband and wife star in MLT’s ‘Plaza Suite’

The real-life husband-and-wife team of Gary and Stanis Ames will portray three different couples — Sam and Karen Nash, Jesse Kiplinger and Muriel Tate, and Roy and Norma Hubley — as the Marblehead Little Theatre presents Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite.”

The show, produced by Emily Black and directed by Steve Black with associate director Katie Meuse, will run from March 24 through April 2 at Marblehead Little Theatre, 12 School St. Tickets are available at

“Plaza Suite” features three couples who occupy a suite at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. The play takes a humorous and insightful look at relationships as Sam and Karen try to rekindle the romance in their marriage, Jesse and Muriel grapple with teenage love, and Roy and Norma navigate their marital problems while urging their daughter to go through with her wedding.

Set in 1968, the play’s themes reflect the different forms of love, romance and marriage.

The cast also features Julia Arey, who plays Jean McCormack and Mimsey Hubley; Jacob DeFillipo, who will portray Bellhop and Borden Eisler; and Mark Rolli, who will play the Waiter.

Real-life husband-and-wife team Gary and Stanis Ames star in the Marblehead Little Theatre’s production of ‘Plaza Suite,’ opening March 24. COURTESY PHOTO
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