Winter Dessert Theater Slated for March 12 & 13

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This year’s Winter Dessert Theater cast of “Squirrel Lake” includes (seated, from left) Ed Baumeister, Ron Whipple, Jessie Wall, Christopher Hanna, (standing) Steven McKnight, Kim Whipple and Molly Goodwin. Enjoy some tasty desserts while the Players “bring on the nuts!”

The Wyoming County Players will present their annual Winter Dessert Theater on Saturday and Sunday, March 12 and 13 at 3 pm each afternoon at the Whipple Performing Arts Studio in Tunkhannock (Eaton Township).

Enjoy tasty desserts and the comedy “Squirrel Lake” by Brian Mitchell. In a place called Squirrel Lake, you’re bound to meet a nut or two! Brothers and sisters get together to read the will of their deceased mother. A few misunderstandings with the neighbors and family relations could send this family up a tree.

In the end, Squirrel Lake proves that even the unlucky in life can find happiness and contentment if they simply look for the gifts given to them.

General admission tickets are $15, with prices for senior citizens and children 12 and under just $12. They may be purchased at the Whipple Performing Arts Studio, Tunkhannock, by calling 570-836-6986, by emailing kimdwhipple@frontier.com or at the door.

For more info on the Players, visit wyomingcountyplayers.com.

 

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