Comedy Two Witches, No Ready set to open at Harriston theatre

HARRISTON – Theatre-goers will discover laughs, thriller, romance and extra within the Gray Wellington Theatre Guild’s spring manufacturing – Two Witches, No Ready.

Motion within the Pat Cook dinner up to date comedy, set to hit the boards in early Might,  revolves round two middle-aged sisters who share a house in a small Texas city. They’re recognized to be just a little eccentric, however might they really be witches? That’s what some say.

The plot brews up a cauldron of twists and turns as a lacking individual case attracts native legislation enforcement to the sisters’ residence, which a relative is pushing them to promote for causes of his personal.

Minto resident Kelly Lenselink, who’s co-directing the manufacturing with Megan Raftis of Harriston says the multi-faceted plot comprises quite a lot of theatrical components.

“There’s some romance in there. There’s some thriller, your quirky small city characters. It’s a comedy with some heartwarming moments,” she mentioned.

Lenselink says the forged, a combination of guild veterans and newcomers to the native stage, have been “unbelievable,” by means of the months of rehearsal main as much as the manufacturing.

“They’ve been a tremendous group to work with. They’re so devoted, so proficient, and wanting to placed on an excellent present,” she acknowledged.

The forged contains: Harriston residents Erin Raftis and Shayne Coffin, Scott Neal and Caroline Wollis of Mount Forest, Briar Chmatil of Listowel, Jason Rohrback of Ayton, Jennifer Creamer of Drayton and Amy Sjaarda, of Minto. 

Two Witches, No Ready runs Might 5, 6, 12 and 13 at 7:30pm and Might 7 and 14 at 2pm on the totally accessible Harriston City Corridor Theatre, 68, Elora Avenue South, Harriston.

Tickets, $15, can be found at Harriston Dwelling {Hardware} and Walsh’s IDA in Mount Forest or by means of Eventbrite at Tickets additionally out there on the door or reserve at 519-338-2778 or [email protected].