Performances will be at the Gilmer High School Auditorium on Saturday, June 8, at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, June 9, at 2 p.m. Tickets will be on sale at the door for $10.
The play, directed by Martha Bowling, is set in Brighton, England, and the cast has changed a few phrases from English-speak to American slang.
A divorcee, Harriett, living in an elegant flat, solves her financial difficulties by dating two different men on alternate days. Harriett is portrayed by Judge Lauren Parish, while the married men who are chasing her are played by Joe Newsom and Greg Burch.
The scheme collapses when her friend Anne (Miriam Hill), whose marriage is on the ropes, arrives at her doorstep, hotly pursued by her husband, Richard (T.J. Harris).
On their heels arrive the wives of the errant husbands, Magda and Mildred, Camille Henson and Dr. Cherie Nazzal. The indescribable confusion which develops with its rich complexity of mistaken identity leads to hilarious developments.
To learn how they untangle their twisted web, attend one of the productions either Saturday or Sunday.