Monday, December 1, 2014

Gretna Little Theatre Open House

Gretna Little Theatre will be celebrating with a Holiday Open House Sunday, December 7, from 4 to 6 at The Gretna Center for the Arts. The community theatre has completed its 7th season and is taking a three month hiatus to remodel the main hall of the former City Market into a “black-box” theatre. The Board of Directors invites the community to share the excitement of the renovation with a “heavy hors d’oeuvres and punch party.”

When the remodel is complete, the theatre will be able to continue with its mission of being the Center of Gretna’s arts calendar with youth theatre, music concerts, visual art exhibits, book signings, and occasional Saturday coffee house. The 8th season will open March 20 with a romantic comedy, The Last Romance, in an intimate performance space.   The summer musical is a 50's Rock & Roll Music Revue.  End of July.  Our Closing show will be Fences by August Wilson, scheduled for October.

Gretna Little Theatre members are persons who have been in a show, worked on a crew for a show, come as audience for a show, or donated time, materials, or cash for the theatre’s operation. We are an all volunteer arts organization, welcoming any and all, no previous experience necessary.

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Watch NBC's Peter Pan Live! - Thursday, December 4, 8/7c


Preparing to sprinkle fairy dust across America, NBC presents a bold new LIVE television production of the classic Broadway musical that will gather friends, families and anyone who refuses to grow up.

Following in the footsteps of the phenomenally successful The Sound of Music LIVE! comes this musical masterpiece that tells the beloved story of Peter Pan, the mischievous little boy who ran away to Neverland. Get ready for show-stopping stars, stunning costumes, extravagant sets and delightful music that will have everyone in your home singing along.


#PeterPanLive

Friday, November 14, 2014

Calling All Fashionistas!


Have you sorted your fall wardrobe?

Please come help us with ours.

Costumes to be sorted by character, then by era.

Our inventory needs to be thinned.

Call 434-656-3637 or 225-229-8182.


Monday, November 10, 2014

Gretna Center for the Arts December Open House

Gretna Little Theatre will be celebrating with a Holiday Open House Sunday, December 7, from 4 to 6 at The Gretna Center for the Arts. The community theatre has completed its 7th season and is taking a three month hiatus to remodel the main hall of the former City Market into a “black-box” theatre. The Board of Directors invites the community to share the excitement of the renovation with a “heavy hors d’oeuvre and punch party.”

When the remodel is complete, the theatre will be able to continue with its mission of being the Center of Gretna’s arts calendar with youth theatre, music concerts, visual art exhibits, book signings, and occasional Saturday coffee house. The 8th season will open March 20 with a romantic comedy, The Last Romance, in an intimate performance space.   The summer musical is a 50's Rock & Roll Music Revue.  End of July.  Our Closing show will be Fences by August Wilson, scheduled for October.

Gretna Little Theatre members are persons who have been in a show, worked on a crew for a show, come as audience for a show, or donated time, materials, or cash for the theatre’s operation. We are an all volunteer arts organization, welcoming any and all, no previous experience necessary.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Those Crazy Ladies in the House on the Corner

Here are some photographs from the recent production of Those Crazy Ladies in the House on the Corner.






Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Gretna Little Theatre Contributes to Alzheimer's Research


Pat Davis, facilitator for the Gretna chapter of Alzheimer's Association, receives a $400 contribution from Gretna Little Theatre's director, Janina Shoemaker, toward WALK to END. The award was a designated benefit from Those Crazy Ladies in the House on the Corner, the theatre's recent hit show.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Talent Show!

Enjoy these photographs from our recent talent show in the Gretna Center for the Arts!

















Gretna Little Theatre Walks to End Alzheimer's


Members of Gretna Little Theatre joined the Walk to End Alzheimer's  in Danville to support research and awareness for this dread disease.  The October production features  three elderly ladies who are not victims, but have the prescription of laughter to stay young and vital.  A portion of the proceeds is earmarked for the benefit of the Central and Western Virginia Alzheimer's Associaton.  

pictured are Johnathan Deshazor, Janina Shoemaker, Ashley Rayburn, Brenda Strickland, Claudette Collat, and David Hudson (kneeling).

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Old Timer's Jubilee

The Gretna Center for the Arts will be open Saturday, October 18, from 10 - 3 to  visitors at the annual Old Timer's Jubilee. The former City Market is the home of Gretna Little Theatre, currently holding rehearsals on the main floor, and storing equipment including costumes and props on the upper levels.

To emphasize the mission of being a center for arts, there will be an exhibition of art work from students, two- and multi- dimensional.  Artists may bring their art work to the Center Friday afternoon for placement. 

We will host a book signing table;  a small stage is set up for instrumentalists to "jam" for an hour or so. Authors  and musicians may contact the center (434 656 3637) to be included.

Featured during Jubilee will be movie posters, old time records (33 vinyls), wood craft, votive candles,
all for sale. 

The Gretna Center for the Arts is at 101 Main Street, facing the classic cars that come to Gretna for the Jubilee.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Curtain Call: September

CURTAIN CALL
A newsletter for the Gretna Little Theatre Alliance
Summer is coming to an end and we are in the fall swing of events and activity.
Join us at the Theatre or the Center as volunteer or audience member.

October 24 – 26, Pat Cook’s hysterical comedy,

from now on known as “Crazy Ladies” to save space.
Featuring Jennifer Greer, Emily Carvatt, SuEllen Stracke, Dan Taylour, Kathleen Bryant, David Hudson, Maggie Greer, Natalie Spears, and Carrie Nordquist. Directed by Janina Shoemaker, set by Charlie Converse, Tech by Jim Nordquist. Props byTina Spears,


SuEllen Stracke, Emily Carvatt, and Jennifer Greer share a moment with Dan Taylour .
The story: the Ladies have lived together in the family homestead since becoming widows. They have idiosyncrasies. “These three sisters share that most cherished trait of a close family – they can sense each others thoughts and feelings. … when they do speak, they very often all talk at the same time, sounding like a gang of magpies.”

Their family friend and doctor has a new nurse who needs an inexpensive place to live. If she comes to live in their spare room, he will now have a helper to care for them, and prevent the daughter from moving them into assisted living elsewhere so she can sell the house. (Oh yes, there’s a stranger who provides the “dues ex machina.   That’s a theatrical term for unexpected ending.”)

Spanning several months, the fall season, this play gives opportunity to decorate the living room from the first fall colors, through Halloween and Thanksgiving to Christmas.

We will be partnering with the Alzheimer's Association Central & Western Virginia on this production to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care. support, and research.  Join us September 27th as we walk in Danville to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s and Gretna Little Theatre.

This summer has seen some extraordinary changes in the rehearsal hall, the main floor of the Gretna Center for the Arts. A seating gallery has been built and new stage flats are installed, with a basic lighting grid. Thank you, Charlie Converse

Matt Doss has installed a new Lenox heat pump unit, thank you thank you. Matt and crew, and crew of Ross Electric.


On On September 13, we hosted a “Book Signing” “on the set of Crazy Ladies” for Theresa Gonsalves. She sold a lot of books, and we had a “full gallery” of folks to admire our efforts.

Coming next month, October 18th, at Old Timers Jubilee, we will be expanding our “Arts” mission to include an art show for anyone who wishes to display, another book signing for a Richmond author, plus selling our movie posters (donated by Donald and Marie Young), our archival vinyl records (donated by Josie Roell a long-time friend of Janina Shoemaker), and small wooden objects (made by Dell Tyler’s late husband, Don).

Also coming this month, our third annual Greater Gretna Talent Show on September 27th. Produced by Hal Shoemaker, this promises to bring back some of our previous artists, plus a new batch of down-home talent. This show will also be in the Center for the Arts, a more intimate venue, especially helpful for young talent. There is limited seating, from 30 to 50 so reservations are recommended. The $8 and $5 ticket prices for the show go directly to the Center’s Roof Replacement Fund.

Audition for the Talent Show is Saturday, September 20, from 2 – 4 p.m. in the Center. All variety show talent is invited, encouraged, and bring your music, or an accompanist, (we have a piano) and costume. Singers, prepare to leave your CD with the
director, to be returned after the show.

GLT is again offering a $5- $500- 500 Raffle for the Building Roof. Tickets will be available at the Talent Show and at Old Timers Jubilee. 500 tickets at $5 a piece, and the prize is $500. Drawing to be Sunday performance intermission of Crazy Ladies, and the winner does NOT need to present to win.

Keep watching our street side window for news of more improvements. Feel free to stop in to see what you can do, either with labor, or materials, or cash, to renovate this former grocery into a “black-box” entertainment space. Some demolition, some construction, some painting,

If you are willing to spend a few hours with inventory tasks, we need to continue sorting through our costumes, hats, and fabrics. Also need help in organizing the prop rooms.   Our goal is to have all “stuff” as neatly organized as the scene shop.  

Board of Directors
Jeff Bailess, Tim Bennett (vice president), Karen Coleman, Arlene Creasy, Bunny Eanes, Susan Ilconich, Deborah Price Moran (president), Matthew Pabo, Casi Price,
Ashley Rayburn (secretary), Hal Shoemaker, Dan Taylour, Dell Tyler,
Brenda Velarde (treasurer), Penny Waller, J. R. Wichter, and Marie Young.
Janina Shoemaker, Executive Director
Bobby Allen Roach, webmaster
Please forward this newsletter to others you may invite to be involved.
There are some patrons who do not have email service. If you know someone who would be interested in our Curtain Call, could you print a copy and hand it on?

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Gretna’s Crazy Ladies Walk

Gretna Little Theatre invites members, actors, and patrons to join us when we Walk to End Alzheimers Saturday, September 27, in Danville. Our October production is a benefit partner with proceeds shared with the Western & Central Virginia Alzheimers Association.

Those Crazy Ladies in the House on the Corner features three eccentric sisters who are threatened with removal to assisted living quarters because a selfish relative wants the family home for a business deal. But before we hit the stage with our hilarious show, we are walking the 2 mile course from Ballou Park.

Sign up with Janina Shoemaker by September 26 and help us raise awareness for Alzheimers research by walking. It’s as good for your health as laughter, which we promise come October 24-26.

Leave a message at 434 656 3637 or email janina3@comcast.net or call Pat Davis at 434 250 6604.

Friday, August 29, 2014

CLASSIFIED: ACTORS NEEDED


WANTED: ACTOR, Caleb age 25 attractive, must move well, mischievous, two evenings a week thru September. Wanted: actor, Phillip, age 35 - 45, handsome, streak of selfishness, or is it greed, two evenings a week thru September for Crazy Ladies; full rehearsal schedule in October; contact 656-3637 for details.

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Gretna Annual Talent Show Audition

Gretna Little Theatre will hold the third Annual Talent Show Saturday, September 27, at 7:30 in the Gretna Center for the Arts.

Audition for the show is scheduled for Saturday, September 20, at 2:00 in the Center at 101 Main Street. All talent is encouraged to attend the audition for the show the following week. There are no rehearsals.

Singers, dancers, musicians, bands, actors and comics are invited to compete for cash prizes.

Audition with personal accompanist, piano on site, or with CDs, preferably music only. Please be prepared to leave your CD with director, to be returned later.

The Talent show will be presented in the Gretna Center for the Arts as a benefit for the Roof Repair fund. Seating is limited and reservations are recommended.

For more information, contact Hal Shoemaker, 434 219 9914.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

9 to 5

How do you suppose this could have happened?
Frank Hart reconsidering his reputation as
“a sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical, bigot”
The year is 1979. Rolodexes, IBM electric typewriters, and Xerox machines are the state-of-the-art technology in the office. Welcome to Consolidated Industries, a sprawling international corporation with hundreds of cubicles and faceless workers.

Gretna Little Theatre presents the smash hit Nine to Five the Musical with music and lyrics by Dolly Parton, and book (dialog) by Patricia Resnick, July 25-27 at the Gretna Movie Theatre. Based on the hit movie (1980) 9 to 5 helped revamp office policies and promote women workers. A little bit rowdy, this production is a funny look back to suits and secretaries before Casual Fridays became Casual Every Days. 9 to 5 is a reminder of the fashion, manners, and the sexism of the 1970’s.

Rehearsal shot -- Deborah Price Moran,
Brenda Shelton Strickland,
and Penny Custer Waller, “Just Might Make It”
The featured roles of Violet, Doralee, Judy, and Frank Hart are played by Deborah Price Moran, Penny Waller, Brenda Shelton Strickland, and Dan Taylour. The rest of the company, Emily Carvatt, Claudette Collat, Johnathan Deshazer, Waverly Hubbard. Justin Janney,  Heidi Kopczenski, Sarah Miller, Matthew Pabo, Casi Price, Ashley Rayburn,  Phil Sterner and Ralph Wood,  is an eleven member ensemble playing fifteen supporting roles. And the Rhythm Company with Amy Woosley brings Amanda Farmer, Afton Richardson, and Paige Tribble into the show.

The show is directed by Janina Shoemaker, staging, and Brenda Velarde, music, with Tim Navis, accompanist. The set is by Charles Converse, wardrobe by Casi Price and Bunny Eanes, lighting by Jeff Bailess, and sound by Virginia Greer.

Tickets are $15.00 General admission, with discounts to students, seniors, and military, $10.00.  Tickets are available at the box office, but reservations (suggested) can be made by calling 434 656 3637.  Curtain time is 7:30 Friday and Saturday, matinee on Sunday at 2:30.

Patrons, don’t miss this show with many of your favorite performers.  And if you haven’t seen Gretna Little Theatre onstage, this is one to get to, for sure.


Thursday, June 19, 2014

Curtain Call - June 2014


CURTAIN CALL
A newsletter for the Gretna Little Theatre Alliance

Annual Meeting Notes

Gretna Little Theatre held the Annual Meeting at C & E’s Restaurant Tuesday, June 10, to review the past year, elect members and officers to the Board of Directors, and announce plans for the coming year.


Attending annual meeting: Hal Shoemaker, Matt Pabo, Deborah Price Moran*, Bunny Eanes, Jeff Bailess*; Susan Ilconich*, Dan Taylour, Janina Shoemaker, Ashley Rayburn*, and Brenda Velarde.  *newly installed officers/members

Board of Directors
Jeff Bailess, Tim Bennett (vice president), Karen Coleman, Arlene Creasy, Bunny Eanes, Susan Ilconich, Deborah Price Moran (president), Matthew Pabo, Casi Price,
Ashley Rayburn (secretary), Hal Shoemaker, Dan Taylour, Dell Tyler,
Brenda Velarde (treasurer), Penny Waller, J. R. Wichter, and Marie Young.
Janina Shoemaker, Executive Director
Bobby Allen Roach, webmaster  performgretna.com


We will be presenting Hansel & Gretel, that Grimm tale, Saturday June 21 at 7:00, and Sunday June 22 at 2:30, in the Gretna Center for the Arts.  It is a show intended for youngsters; please bring children and grandchildren, and neighbors’ children.

Each summer youth theatre workshop is different, with new challenges, and new participants. We are rehearsing for two weeks, and designing and building the sets, under the able direction of our stage carpenter, Charles Converse, assisted by several dedicated mothers. Janina Shoemaker is staging the show. The public is invited to appreciate the efforts of our young talent and to become more aware of the Center itself as the future home of Gretna performance and visual art.

This former mercantile and warehouse has been undergoing some basic foundation repairs, and has new windows installed. we are now raising funds for a new roof, and expecting to have the first floor air conditioned for the summer with a heat pump, courtesy of Doss Heating.

A donation of $5.00 is suggested; there are NO tickets, no posters, but we will have programs. 


Cast of Hansel & Gretel, rehearsal on set:
Madison Hedrick, Roman Hedrick, Ashlee Kopczenski, Abby Converse, Eden Ilconich, Michael Kopczenski, Devin Thompson, Walker Thompson, Grace Audrey Powell, (absent, Joseph Kopczenski)


Our second summer production is the Dolly Parton spectacle, Nine to Five, the Musical, currently in rehearsal with Brenda Velarde, music director. This show is based on the 1980 box office hit but with all new music by Parton. There are several roles yet to be cast* and interested persons can contact Janina Shoemaker, staging director (434 656 3637, please leave message) or stop by rehearsal evenings.  (* woman  30 – 50;  man, 25 – 35;  ensemble members.)  Amy Woosley is choreographer, and Tim Navis will accompany on piano.  Jeff Bailess is lighting designer, and Virginia Greer will handle sound.

Cast includes Deborah Price Moran as the efficient Violet, Brenda Strickland as the newly-divorced and never-employed-before Judy, and Penny Waller as the Texan warbler Doralee.  They are disgruntled employees of Consolidated Inc. working 9 to 5 under the egotistical Franklin Hart, played by Dan Taylour. Supporting these headliners are Glenn Waller, Phil Sterner, Claudette Collat, Emily Carvatt, Casi Price, Ashley Rayburn, Waverly Hubbard, Justin Janney, Johnathan Deshazor, Matthew Pabo and Sarah Miller.

We need at least 3 typewriters, 80’s vintage, 2 or 3 office chairs that swivel, and a twin bed,   LOANED not donated, thank you.

We continue to attract new people with valuable skills to the theatre. Of special note, Charles Converse has joined our efforts as Stage Carpenter, designing and building the centerpiece dumbwaiter for We Have Always Lived in the Castle, imagining and building the set pieces for Hansel & Gretel, and replicating the needed special pieces for Nine to Five, the Musical.  Charlie has also built clothing racks for our wardrobe inventory, repaired several holes in the second floor, and made small but handy additions to the scene shop (shelves), not to mention completely overhauling and organizing the scene shop.  His ideas push the envelope of our director’s visions to fruition.  Thank you, Charlie.

If you are willing to spend a few hours with inventory tasks, we need to continue sorting through our costumes, hats, and props. Watch for “work parties”, or contact Janina Shoemaker to schedule one.  Our goal is to have all “stuff” as neatly organized as the scene shop.

GLT Board Directors and cast members are selling raffle tickets raising funds for the roof replacement.  It’s a “good deal” any way you look at it.  $5 for a ticket, $50 for a book of ten, to win $500 in a drawing to be held during intermission of Nine to Five the Musical, and only 500 tickets printed.
It’s a “win-win”; you might win the $500, but in the meantime you are sharing in the renovation of “your Center for the Arts.”  (You do not need to be present at the drawing to win, but if you are, you’ll enjoy the show.)
To purchase tickets, or help sell them, contact Brenda Velarde, 434 335 5481 or 941 6881.


The Womack Foundation recently awarded Gretna Little Theatre a $5000 grant for theatre productions.  Thank you to the Womack Board for their continued confidence in us.  It is these funds that enable us to present live theatre and musicals with low general ticket prices. We are the bargain!


Please forward this newsletter to others who may wish to be involved.

There are some patrons who do not have email service. If you know someone who would be interested in our Curtain Call, could you print a copy and hand it on?

Friday, May 2, 2014

Songs from MGM Musicals

A red carpet event, presented by Gary Sullivan. See photos from the event below and by visiting our full album on Facebook.

 

Upcoming Shows and Events

When Gretna Little Theatre held auditions for We Have Always Lived in the Castle, the spooky melodrama based on Shirley Jackson’s novel, three young actors read for the role of Mary Catherine. All three brought different qualities to the role, and director Janina Shoemaker triple cast the role, offering each the opportunity to play the part on a different night, but requiring all three to attend all rehearsals. Briana Pierce, Eden Ilconich, and Whitney Younger share a comic moment during a rehearsal break.

Gretna Little Theatre announces auditions for Nine to Five, the musical, music written by Dolly Parton, May 19,and 20, at the Gretna Center for the Arts, at 7:00.  Music director Brenda Velarde will conduct the musical audition, and it is recommended that prospective vocalists listen to the Original Cast Recording of the show to be familiar with the music.  However, each vocalist should prepare a Broadway song NOT from 9 to 5. Music rehearsals will be scheduled through June, with blocking rehearsals starting late June and through July with Janina Shoemaker, staging director.  Performances are July 25-27.

Gretna Little Theatre’s youth workshop, Hansel & Gretel, will be held June 9th through June 22 with two performances scheduled June 21, 22.  Director Janina Shoemaker will conduct the intensive workshop during the day.  There are roles for 20 young actors.  Crew positions are also available for young designers.  Please make application for the workshop before June 1st by phone, 434 656 3637, or email janina3@comcast.net.  There is no fee for the workshop, funded by a grant from the Womack Foundation.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Love Happens at Gretna Little Theatre

Gretna Little Theatre produces six to seven shows a year, but some of our best benefits are the friendships that develop.

During Bye, Bye Birdie in 2012, Tiffany Queener and Joey Giles met during rehearsals, and friendship blossomed into romance. We are please to send best wishes to the couple as they begin their new life together next month.

The Rev. Joseph N. Giles is currently the pastor of Eureka Baptist Church in Keysville; Ms. Queener is employed by Charlotte County Public Schools in the Special Education area.

Greer Accepted into Governor's Summer Theatre School

Maggie Greer, our Lola in Damn Yankees, has been accepted into Governor’s Summer Residential School for theatre aspirants.  We send her forward with mixed feelings, of course; her summer will be busy and we will miss her at Nine to Five.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Music From MGM Musicals



An evening of the most memorable songs from 18 of the greatest MGM musicals. Solos, duets and ensemble numbers by some of the Danville area’s most talented vocalists will have you singing all the way home!
Directed, staged & choreographed by
Gary J. Sullivan
Showcasing the vocal talents of
Galyna Karpenski * Ian Leisy * Susanne Martin * Dustin Meeks * Carolyn Smith * Gary Sullivan

Accompanied by Robert Sutter on piano 


7:30 pm April 26
2:30 pm April 27
at
Gretna Movie Theatre
Admission $10.00/ $8.00 Seniors

This is a “RED CARPET” event
as we celebrate Spring
 with our glitz and glamour.
gowns and tuxedos wanted.
(but not mandatory)

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

We Have Always Lived in the Castle


What murky secret lies within this home?

The town whispers of murder.

But the defendant was found “not guilty.”

Who lives here?

What happens next?

Constance and her sister Mary Katherine survived an unholy massacre, as did their Uncle Julian, but when Cousin Charles comes for a visit, the voices are heard again.

A dark melodrama unleashes unexpected terrors as this story comes to stage May 16-18 at the Gretna movie Theatre, presented by Gretna Little Theatre.

We Have Always Lived in the Castle,
adapted from the novel by Shirley Jackson, by Hugh Wheeler,
and directed by Janina Shoemaker

Featuring Megan Bowling, Eden Ilconich, Briana Pierce, Whitney Younger and

Adam Ilconich with Carrie Nordquist, Jim Nordquist, Matthew Pabo, and SuEllen Stracke

Monday, March 31, 2014

Rehearsals Underway

Gretna Little Theatre announces that rehearsals are underway for the melodrama We Have Always Lived in the Castle, to be presented May 16-18.

We are still auditioning for the two men, Uncle Julian and Cousin Charles.

Julian is in his sixties, beginning dementia, and plays all scenes in a wheelchair.

Charles is late twenties/early thirties and is a fortune hunter.

Any interested actors may contact director Janina Shoemaker, janina3@comcast.net or 656-3637 (leave a message) or come to rehearsal Monday evening, 6:30 at the Gretna Center for the Arts, 101 Main Street.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Auditions for We Have Always Lived in the Castle

Gretna Little Theatre announces auditions for the May production, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, by Hugh Wheeler, adapted from the novel by Shirley Jackson.

Auditions will be held for three women, two men, and a young girl, and young boy.

A suspenseful play that takes place in a Victorian kitchen with secrets slowly exposed during the action, it has vague references to the Lizzie Borden case of long ago.

The piece is supported by the setting, a lonely Victorian house, with worn remnants of family wealth, and mysterious shame. The house is a major player in the plot.  GLT is specifically recruiting set designers and builders to join in the production.

Auditions are March 24, 25, at 7:00 at the Gretna Center for the Arts. Actors will be asked to read from script, no monologues required.  Designers and builders may attend to ask questions, and view our inventory of set pieces.

Janina Shoemaker directs.  Production crew also needed.  Performances scheduled for May 16-18.  For more information, please call 434-656-3637.


Saturday, January 11, 2014

What Do I Do Now? | GLT's 7th Season Kickoff

Gretna Little Theatre kicks off the 7th season with a home-grown comedy, What Do I Do Now?, written by Gretna High School graduate Rodney Stone, and produced and directed by Tim Bennett and Karen Coleman.

Boy meets girl, boy pursues girl. Girl admires boy, girl likes boy. In time, boy suggests marriage. Girl agrees and plans wedding.  They marry! And now the fun begins: What Do I Do Now?

Rehearsals have begun with a 15-member cast for this premiere showing in March. Crew positions still available if you would like to join the production team.