March 6 - 8
All shows will be held at Mandarin United Methodist Church’s 400-seat auditorium at 11270 San Jose Blvd (32223)
Jack and Charley are in love with Kitty and Amy. Both girls are about to go away, and the boys believe they’ve lost their shot. Then, like, Charley discovers his aunt, Donna Lucia, a Brazilian woman he hardly knows, is coming for lunch. How Rad! Now the aunt can chaperone while the boys ask the girls to marry them. Naturally, things don’t go as planned. Charley’s aunt is late! Gag me with a spoon! So the boys enlist the help of their friend, Michael Babberley, to impersonate her. What A Little Poser! A perfect mixture for a wild afternoon filled with mistaken identity, young love, old love, angry fathers, and chance meetings, brings lots of laughs to the audience! Gnarly!
May 22 - 24
In Mark Montgomery’s comedy Good Answer! acting College President Michael Kaminsky would like to get "Acting" removed from his job title. But that seems unlikely.
Facing an implacably hostile administrative assistant, a publicly protesting student daughter, and an impending visit by a desperately needed potential donor, the poor guy is chained to his desk. Literally.
October 9 - 11
With its high farce and witty dialogue, Oscar Wilde’s classic popular 1895 play The Importance of Being Earnest, sees the protagonists maintaining fictional personas in order to escape the social conventions of the Victorian era.
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