The Vagabond Players, America's oldest continuously operating little theatre, proudly opens its 100th Season with the larger-than-real life-comedy
Written by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard and directed by Anthony Lane Hinkle
WHEN: September 4, running weekends through September 27. Friday and Saturday at 8 PM; Sunday at 2 PM
WHERE: Located at 806 S. Broadway, the Vagabond Theatre is easily accessible to patrons.
TICKETS: $15-$20; special rates for groups available on line. Friday night performances feature special pricing of $15 for everyone. Plus, there is a $10 Thursday on Broadway! Performance on September 24th.
Tickets can be purchased online at www.vagabondplayers.org or at the door
Steven Shriner and Brian M. Kehoe portray 20 dysfunctional citizens of Greater Tuna, proudly the third smallest town in Texas. They play them all: bigots, zealots, hippies, sheriffs, you name its. The audience can hardly breath from laughing.
This show was a tremendous hit during the Vagabonds' 81st season in 1996-97, and it is sure to be a repeat blockbuster. Put on your hat and get ye to the show.