Nick Landy (left) as Mad Jack Parker - dude looks like a lady.
Chris Harris (center) as Terry in the Comedy Dinner Theater at the Palace Theatre.
Opaline (right), played by Casey Glover, experiencing what it feels like to hang herself.
Theater ends season with sold out performance
The Comedy Dinner Theater at the Palace Theatre ended its spring season to a sold out performance. Whether you enjoyed the food, the acting, or both, you were not disappointed. “The Marquis Crossing Ladies Society’s First Attempt at Murder” is a comedy written by Pat Cook and directed by Robert Brown is a two-act play that has the ladies Emma (Polly Brown), Audrey (Taylor Carothers), Opaline (Casey Glover), Midge (Bailee Walker), and neighbor Joan (Kaitlyn Henson) thinking of murder, throw in a couple of escaped convicts Terry (Chris Harris) and Mad Jack Parker (Nick Landy) and a twist of a bumbling Officer Kerns (Emily Henson) and you have a wisecracking farce that should not have been missed. Dale Kling had the lighting and sound nicely handled. Understudy and stage manager Alexis Workman was on hand in case anyone broke a leg had the spring season down to an art. The fall season will begin in October with four shows on slate for a rib tickling time. Check the website for prices and dates. Anyone interested in participating, keep an eye on the website for open auditions.
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