An Evening of Culture: Faith County II

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Baker's Plays, Apr 7, 2017 - 64 pages
We're in Mineola County again, where the Community Theatre is producing Romeo and Juliet. Even though the cast members don't have their lines memorized, the set isn't finished, and a dog keeps barking offstage, they're gonna give it a go!

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The sequel to "Faith County," "An Evening of Culture" is non-stop laughter from beginning to end. The same characters from the first play have now decided to do "Romeo and Juliet," which turns out to be a disaster. The set is constructed throughout the run of the show complete with falling flats, an archway that sticks to the characters as they exit the stage, costumes you won't believe, and Faye McFay's tearful rendition of "An Ode to Tinkerbell." Costumes and your set will be very inexpensive (which is something ALL theaters like), and the seats should all be filled for the entire run of the show. Nothing to offend any theater-goer. 

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