The White River Valley Players present Our First Live Onstage Show since Spring of 2019!!
Friday, October 22, 2021, at 7:30 pm
& Late Matinee Saturday, October 23, 2021, at 4 pm
at the Rochester School Auditorium
Come join us for three humorous short plays: “A Good Night’s Sleep” written by Mindy Branstetter and directed by MaryBeth Deller, “Key Lime Pie” written by Jason Milligan and directed by Janine Reeves, and “An Ultimate Lifestyle” written and directed by Tyler Strong.
Enjoy music by house band Triple Play, poetry by Danny Dover, and pies for dessert made by Sandy’s Books and Bakery.
Tickets sold only at the door: $8 general admission, $6 students/seniors
Covid restrictions: We request masks be worn by all audience members, and we’ll seat people with social distancing.
MORE ON THE PLAYS:
“An Ultimate Lifestyle, Scene 1”, written, directed, acted by Tyler Strong
A story about a young man, an interesting rivalry, and a wild dream. Mordekai, a soon-to-be graduate of the University of South Western Vermont, finally has a chance at pursuing his goal of creating an Ultimate Beach Ball Team. “What is Ultimate Beach Ball?” you ask. Well, according to Mordekai, it is “just about the most awesome and extreme sport ever to come into existence!”
“Key Lime Pie”, written by Jason Milligan, directed by Janine Reeves
The play opens as Charlene, a charming but eccentric young woman, struggles to recall who bought each of the key lime pies she made and sold at a small town bake sale the day before. As it turns out, the ever-irresponsible Charlene was “borrowing” her older sister Tricia’s wedding ring when it fell into one of the pies! Further complicating the situation, Tricia is due at the altar in less than and hour, and she wants her ring back! The squabbling sisters embark on a frantic adventure to track down the missing wedding ring!
“A Good Night’s Sleep”, written by Mindy Branstetter, directed by MaryBeth Deller
When Madeline is advised by her best friend Debbie to buy a new mattress to alleviate her back pain, her shopping experience turns out to be life-altering.