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CAST is gearing up for the 2018 season! Check out this year’s line up below and then head to the Box Office page to reserve your seats before they are gone.

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THE FOREIGNER

Comedy by Larry Shue
5 male, 2 female

The scene is a fishing lodge in rural Georgia often visited by “Froggy” LeSeuer, a British demolition expert who occasionally runs training sessions at a nearby army base.  This time “Froggy” has brought along a friend, a pathologically shy young man named Charlie who is overcome with fear at the thought of making conversation with strangers.  So “Froggy,” before departing, tells all assembled that Charlie is from an exotic foreign country and speaks no English.  Once alone the fun really begins, as Charlie overhears more than he should – the evil plans of a sinister, two-faced minister and his redneck associate; the fact that the minister’s pretty fiancée is pregnant; and many other damaging revelations made with the thought that Charlie doesn’t understand a word being said.  That he does fuels the nonstop hilarity of the play and sets up the wildly funny climax in which things go uproariously awry for the “bad guys,” and the “good guys” emerge triumphant.

Friday & Saturday Performances: January 26 – February 17, 8:00pm
Sunday Matinees: January 28 and February 11, 2:30pm

 

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WE MUST KILL TONI

Comedy by Ian Stuart Black
3 male, 2 female

The two young brothers of the Oberon family live in their mansion with one faithful butler.  They are happy until they discover the inheritance has gone to cousin Toni.  This charming girl is shortly to descend on them, and the problem that faces the two is “Murder or Marriage?” When Toni arrives they have to consider whether (if murder) the means shall be the knife, or poison, or the dungeons, or (if marriage) which of the two is it who must marry her?  Ian Stuart Black plays every conceivable variation on the alternate plots of the brothers, and the play is alive with wit and invention.

Friday & Saturday Performances: March 23 – April 14, 8:00pm
Sunday Matinees: March 25 and April 8, 2:30pm

 



CAT’S CRADLE
Mystery by Leslie Sands
4 male, 4 female

Set in an old coaching-house in a remote English village, Cat’s Cradle concerns an almost forgotten kidnapping, and perhaps murder, which was never resolved.  As the play opens, the original inspector returns to reopen the investigation.  However, his efforts are hindered as it becomes increasingly clear that he is facing a conspiracy of silence from the local townspeople and a past which is shrouded in mystery.  The final dénouement provides a completely unexpected twist to this intriguing and disturbing mystery.

Friday & Saturday Performances: May 18  June 9, 8:00pm
Sunday Matinees: May 20 and June 3, 2:30pm

 



CAUGHT IN THE VILLAIN’S WEB

Melodrama by Herbert E Swayne
4 male, 6 female

Felicity Fair, down trodden heroine, is a nurse sent to the Larkfield mansion to attend to a hard hearted society matron who is pretending to be ill to force her son, Malvern, to marry the scheming Nella Hargrave.  Malvern takes one look at Felicity and falls in love.  When Malvern proposes he is unaware that villain Cyril Bothingwell is behind a screen listening.  Felicity sadly informs Malvern that she can never marry.  Five years ago she was in a train wreck and cannot remember a thing that happened prior to the wreck.  She doesn’t even know her real name.  Cyril tells Felicity that she is his wife but Cyril’s nefarious schemes are thwarted to the delight of all.

Friday & Saturday Performances: July 13 – August 11, 8:00pm
Sunday Matinees: July 15, 29 and August 4, 2:30pm

 



DANGEROUS CORNER

Mystery Drama by J B Priestley
3 male, 4 female

Dinner is over and four women are listening to the end of a radio play, in which a gun is fired, a woman screams and there is the sound of a woman sobbing.  They have been listening to The Sleeping Dog by Humphrey Stoat.  The women discuss the play and then move onto the suicide of the brother-in-law of one of the women.  Their men then join them and the conversation continues.  Then one of the women notices a cigarette box in the room and makes a fatal remark, fatal because it triggers a whole sequence of shocking revelations about the characters and their relationships with each other and with the dead man.

Friday & Saturday Performances: October 12 – November 3, 8:00pm
Sunday Matinees: October 14 and 28, 2:30pm

 

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