The three additional comedies to be presented in their six-comedy series include the following:
“Kindness of Strangers,” by Jim Gordon, is a comedy monologue, which finds a con man’s once-in-a-lifetime opportunity turned into a nightmare when a little old lady, played by Lorrie Hoeh, gives him a lesson in ”Chinese Water Torture.”
|“Kindness of Strangers” features Lorrie Hoeh photo Bob McCartney|
“Coconut Crème Pie,” by John Clifford, finds Tim LeConey on his first day delivering pies for his son-in-law’s business. Everything goes wrong, wrong address and a dropped pie, until a customer, played by Barb Dion, comes to his aid.
|“Coconut Crème Pie” with Barb Dion and Tim LeConey photo Bob McCartney|
“Dinner Plans,” by Vicki Bartholomew, features retired sisters Pat McCartney as Marilyn, and Mariann Goff as Betty. They get together for coffee and recipe exchange with three friends, Barb Dion as Cora, Lorrie Hoeh as Peggy, and Eunice Ruby as Alice. They discover to their amazement and chagrin that they have all been cooking for the same lovely man. The resolution to this dilemma is clever and charming.
|“Dinner Plans” with Mariann Goff, Pat McCartney, Eunice Ruby, Barb Dion and Lorrie Hoeh photo Bob McCartney|
Watch next week’s blog for more information on the Players’ performance.