Betty is looking forward to her vacation near the ocean. Unfortunately, she’ll be spending her vacation with an unusual cast of housemates: her ‘best friend’ Trudy who won’t stop talking, Trudy’s mother the wild Mrs. Siezmagraff, the oversexed and despicable Buck, the quiet Keith who may or may not be a serial killer, and a the crazy trench coat wearing derelict Mr. Vanislaw. Not to mention the voices that seem to be emitting behind the wall. THIS SHOW IS RATED R and not recommended for all audiences. This is a challenging production to experience but, a rewarding one for it’s commentary on our society.
How to: avoid blowing up in anger management class, market a mystery product and build the Tower of Babel. These are the problematic situations contained in a trio of comedic one-act plays being presented by CLC theatre students April 14-15 and 21-23.
The plays are “The Clive Way” by John P. Dowgin, “The Banderscott” by Pete Barry and “Babel’s in Arms” by David Ives. They make up the seventh annual production of “Play On! A CLC Theatre Student Showcase,” where students showcase their abilities as actors, directors, stage managers, designers and technicians.