The Ge­orgeville Troupe presents An Evening of Cul­ture

Stanstead Journal - - LENNOXVILLE NEWS - Ge­orgeville

ers. Mi­ne­ola busy­body Mil­dred Car­son (Sarah Hoblyn), who is not a day younger than 50 and dimwit­ted Bubba Bed­ford (Alan Kezber) are cast as the ti­tle char­ac­ters.

Naomi Farkle Car­son ( Ka­rina Chadwick), owner of the Bee-lu­vLee Beauty Sa­lon, in­sists on con­tribut­ing some new di­a­logue, while be­grudg­ingly agree­ing to por­tray Juliet’s mother. Faye Mc­faye (Mary Hill), the flir­ta­tious checker from the lo­cal A&P, brings her own unique style to the role as the nurse.

Ruthann Barns (Va­lerie Pasz­tor), wife of the lo­cal preacher and pres­i­dent of the Mi­ne­ola Coun­cil for Cul­tural Recog­ni­tion, fills the roles of a ser­vant and the friar. Luther Car­son (Ed­ward Kezber), owner of Luther’s Lube ’N Tune, plays Ben­vo­lio and lo­cal pig farmer Del­bert Fink (Arthur Kilkelly) is the set-builder for the show.

Mean­while, Vi­o­let Farkle (Helga Loverseed), the only per­son in Mi­ne­ola with any sense, is at­tempt­ing to di­rect the pro­duc­tion, only to dis­cover on open­ing night that the ac­tors don’t know their lines, the set isn’t fin­ished and no­body seems to be able to si­lence a dog that keeps bark­ing off­stage.

This is “Bill” Shake­speare as he never meant it to be (or not to be...)!

Sur­plus af­ter ex­penses goes to the Com­mu­nity As­so­ci­a­tion of Ge­orgeville.

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