Summer 2010 "Leading Ladies", by Ken Ludwig.
Another backstage farce by America’s master of laugh-a-second comedy. A potent mixture of Charly’s Aunt and The Importance of Being Earnest with lots of romantic nonsense and hilarious identity switching that is guaranteed to have you weeping with laughter. If you loved Moon Over Buffalo (and who didn’t?), you’ll die for Leading Ladies. Directed by Pat Murphy Sheehy. Friday & Saturday August 13, 14, 20, 21, 27 & 28 at 8 pm; Sunday August 15, 22 & 29 at 2 pm; Thursday August 26 at 7 pm.
About The Tred Avon Players
The Tred Avon Players, Inc. (“TAP”) is a non-profit Maryland corporation, organized in 1982 to present plays and musicals in the then newly-renovated Oxford Community Center (“OCC”), an abandoned school building which was saved from the wrecking ball by a group of public spirited citizens. Since the first sold-out melodramas in August of 1982, TAP has grown in community stature and artistic merit to present four (sometimes five) plays and musicals each year for ever-growing numbers of residents on and visitors to the most livable town on the Eastern Shore.
TAP’s mission statement is simple: To motivate and train local volunteers in all the theatrical arts and to present the best possible production of a wide variety of enjoyable shows.
Although a surprising number of our on-stage volunteers have professional training and experience, each one is a true amateur – a lover of the stage!
Tred Avon Players information sourced from http://www.tredavonplayers.org/