Uproarious comedy Farce of Nature presented by QNEK
QNEK Productions, award winning international theatre company in residence at the historic Haskell Opera House, is rounding out it's season with the uproarious comedy Farce of Nature by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten. This show comes from the same trio that brought you Dearly Beloved, Southern Hospitality, and Christmas Belles, so you can be sure it will be a foot stampin', belly laughin', knee slappin' good time!
The non-stop hilarity of this Southern-fried farce highlights a day in the life of the Wilburn family of Mayhew, Arkansas. D. Gene Wilburn is taking desperate measures to save his fishing lodge the Reel 'Em Inn, while his wife Wanelle is taking equally desperate measures to save their marriage. Add in a wacky sister, a mobster in protective custody, the guy he ratted out, a lovelorn couple, and a pack of wild animals and you begin to see the wild and wonderful world of the Wilburns come to life!
This lively farce stars Judy Castonguay, Lisa Foster, Stephen Gonyaw, Phil Gosselin, Susan Granfors, Deborah Mackay, Brian McCrae, Andrea Webster, and John Young. Jenny Dunne Directs with Elisabeth Barnes-Flint as the Stage Manager, along with Scenic Designer Bradleigh Stockwell, Set Engineer Rick Gosselin, and Light and Sound Board Operator Benjamin Barrup.
You don't want to miss this ridiculous southern romp and QNEK's final Mainstage show of the 24th Season! Farce of Nature plays at the Haskell Opera House till September 18, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30, Sundays at 2. Tickets are available by calling the QNEK Box Office at 802-334-2216.
Top L - R: Lisa Foster, Brian McCrae, John Young, Middle L - R: Judy Castonguay, Deborah Mackay, Andrea Webster ottom: Phil Gosselin, Susan Granfors, Stephen Gonyaw