The Village Playhouse presents: A Comedy in Three Acts (AACTFest Benefit Performance)
Max and Caroline are celebrating the anniversary of their meeting with dinner and a romantic evening. Or so they think. Add in a visit by Caroline's sister, a duplicate of grandma's cherished necklace (or is it), a misspelled aunt's name, affairs, and drugs all add their complications to the evening. A story with more twists and turns than a corkscrew store eventually climaxes at life's third act. (Adult language and situations)
This one act play (by Village Playhouse member Tom Zuelhke) is the Village Playhouse's entry to this years AACTFest.
AACTFest is a biannual nation theater competition. It has three levels - state, regional and national. On February 21st, The Village Playhouse will be completing against several other theater groups from around the state for a chance to represent Wisconsin at the Great Lakes Regional festival in April.
The State festival will be at the Al. Ringling Theater in Baraboo Wi. In order to help pay for the expenses of bring this show to the festival, there will be three benefit performances at the VPW's home, Inspiration Studios (1500 S 73rd St, West Allis Wi)
Benefit Performances are February 6th and 7th at 7:30 and February 8th at 2:00. After each production there will be a talkback with the audience. This is a chance for the audience to give the actors feedback on the production. The actors will use this feedback as they prepare for the state festival.
Inspiration Studios (View)
1500 S. 73rd Street
West Allis, WI 53214
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