The Ajo Community Players brought Random Acts of Comedy to the Dicus Auditorium last weekend.
ACP presented three short plays. The first, Here We Are, written by Dorothy Parker, shows two newlyweds on a train bound for the honeymoon sweet at New York City’s Biltmore Hotel.
In Anchorwoman, by Paul Dilella, sparks fly when the veteran anchorwoman is challenged by an eager newbie.
The last act, Check, Please, by Jonathan Rand, is a unfolding recipe for blind date disaster as a weird and wacky assortment of dates show up for the two lead characters.
Thanks to all — those on stage as well as those behind the scenes — who made the magic happen once again!
Aaron Mayson (Sound & Lights) and Sherri O’Hare (Co-producer)
Morgana Wallace Cooper & Jim Reiman
Mary Kralovec, Mike Mekelberg and Lea Halverson
Tammy Huff & Jim Reiman
Rauny Thompson & Jose Castillo
The whole crew!
Just a few more days and the curtain will go up on a great evening of three 1-act plays — performed by the talented members of the Ajo Community Players.
Want to know what plays are being performed? Check here.
You’ll find dates, times and ticket prices here.
Here are some of the preparations for opening night. Hope to see you there! 🙂
How’s this for a deal? Three plays for the price of one — and all on the same night!
The Ajo Community Players are busy getting ready for the upcoming performances of their one-act plays on January 17th & 18th at the Dicus Auditorium.
The actors are rehearsing, sets are being painted, props and costumes are being collected, sound and lights are being arranged, and posters and tickets are ready to go. It will be a fun evening with three one-act plays and refreshments at intermission. We are hoping to have some original art work to raffle off as well. All in all, a big event, and we’re hoping for a big turnout.
We could really use your help as well. Please encourage as many other people as you can to come to these shows. We will have tickets available to sell, too, and we hope many of you will help us sell them.
The tickets go on sale December 27th, and will be priced at $8 in advance or $10 at the door. If you are interested in selling advance tickets, contact us and we’ll set you up. Tickets will also be available at the ACFA potluck this Sunday, along with posters to distribute.
Submitted by Sherri O’Hare