Crowds en­joy Lit­tle The­atre fall pro­duc­tion

Southwest Booster - - NEWS -

Swift Cur­rent Lit­tle The­atre served up their tra­di­tional fall serv­ing of slap­stick dur­ing their pro­duc­tion of The Amorous Am­bas­sador which re­cently ran for five per­for­mance late last month.

The mad­cap com­edy writ­ten by Michael Parker puts a far­ci­cal spin on the unique sit­u­a­tions the char­ac­ters find them­selves in when their lusty weekend plans are foiled when an Am­bas­sador’s coun­try home is turned into a com­mand cen­tre when a bomb threat is is­sued at his em­bassy.

The lead role of the Amorous Am­bas­sador fell to vet­eran ac­tor/di­rec­tor Ken John­son, whose char­ac­ter Harry lives up to his Amorous Am­bas­sador moniker by be­ing a non-stop skirt chas­ing lech­er­ous in­di­vid­ual.

The en­tire cast Joanne Mat­salla (Mar­ion), Me­gan Brooks (Deb­bie), Chris Martens ( Joe); Kur­tis Bakanec (Cap­tain South), Lind­say Woods (Faye), Jarod John­son (Perkins), and Mina Kry­wu­lak (Lois) all turned in strong per­for­mances with ideal comedic tim­ing in the quick paced pro­duc­tion. Cap­tain South (Kur­tis Bakanec) had a lit­tle help from his friends Faye (Lind­say Woods), Perkins ( Jarod John­son), and Deb­bie (Me­gan Brooks) dur­ing this scene from The Amorous Am­bas­sador.

Booster photo by Scott An­der­son

Cap­tain South (Kur­tis Bakanec) in­ter­ro­gates Joe (Chris Martens) dur­ing a sec­ond act scene from the Swift Cur­rent Lit­tle The­atre's pro­duc­tion.

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