|July 27, 2012 8:00 pm||to||August 11, 2012 8:00 pm|
|July 28, 2012|
There’s something “fishy” going on at the Chapel Theatre, Strathalbyn, as rehearsals are under way for the players next production.
Fish Out of Water by Derek Benfield is a riotous farce set in an Italian resort which turns out to be “nothing like the brochure”.
The accommodation is occupied by an array of diverse guests including a retired brigadier and his long-suffering wife, the obnoxious Agatha and her sister Fiona, who just wanted to stay home and holiday in Eastcliff.
Adding to the wonderful confusion and hilarity are the questionable resort staff, the incompetent tour guide Mr Whittle, his bubbly assistant Marissa, and the resort manager, Mario, who loves all of the “wonderful womens”.
Kerry Docking is director of this lively show, bringing out the talents of the cast.
The season opens on Friday, July 27, with traditional seating for the 8pm performance, also the 2pm matinee on July 28.
Then the cabaret format runs for the remaining Friday and Saturday evening shows until August 11.
Bookings can be made at Angas and Bremer Fashions, phone 8536 4228.