Tuesday, March 11, 2014
“STRANGERS AND A TRAIN”
By the Act II Community Theater, on Wed., March 26
Did you see the Act II Community Theater’s production of “The Angina Monologues” on January 20 at the Clubhouse? It was a big hit. About twenty people had to be turned away because of the limited space in Classroom B. It received much kudos.
Well, the Act II performers—fellow residents in the Village—are at it again, and you won’t want to miss their latest. It’s called “Strangers and a Train” and consists of a series of SKITS. The common link is that they all take place in a NYC subway or at the subway station. I can’t wait to see these talented Village residents in action again. I haven’t a clue as to what will happen in the skits, but I am laughing already in anticipation.
The performance is on Wednesday, March 26, and starts at 7:30 p.m., the director, Kitty Gragg says. Once again it will be in Classroom B, which, unfortunately, is tiny. I don’t know if there will be a repeat performance, so my advice is to come early.