Notice: Auditions for LSP's Halloween Show will be held Sunday, June 23rd 3 pm to 6 pm ~ Monday June 24th at 6:30 to 8:30. (7 women, 5 men) Please, if I haven't heard you sing before, bring your music on a CD. If you need to meet with the director at another time, please call Paula King at 603-664-5901.
Synopsis: FRANKENSTEIN SLEPT HERE By Tim Kelly and Directed by Paula L. King with Assistant Director, Paul Lefevre
Baroness Frankenstein has opened her castle to a bunch of misfit monsters that can’t cope with the outside world, including her assistant- Igor, a descendant of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, a Medusa with snakes in her hair, Vampira, the Mummy, a Phantom Bride and–the Invisible Man. See what happens when the real castle owner shows up and the odd ball residents must pose as the staff Mrs. Hoople believes she is paying to keep up the castle. Music, comic confusion, and mayham!
Director Carol MacDonald's great dinner and musical presentation for your Valentine, "Impersonators of Romance - A Night to Remember - II" once again proved to be a stunning sucess and demonstrated again how important it is to reserve early as it was booked with no space left to add on.
Carol returns in May with a well known stage presentation, Neil Simon's very popular "Last of the Red Hot Lovers".
A middle aged restaurateur begins to feel the desire to roam and realizes that one day each week, his mother's apartment will be empty all afternoon. He makes several attempts at seduction, only to learn that it is much more complicated and difficult than he could have imagined.
Directed by: Carol MacDonald
Friday and Saturday May 17 & 18 at 8pm
Sunday May 19th at 3:00pm
Info & Reservations: 603-664-5901
The August Stage Show
Written by Pat Cook A Play With Music
Directed by Nancy W. Hill - Music Director - Paul LeFevre
You ever wonder what goes on backstage during a play? Sometimes there is more drama than the theatrics onstage. Especially when the star of the play, one-time matinee idol Burton Cavendish, suddenly dies an hour before the premier of "Don Juan in Cleveland". The play is an absurdist existential piece or, as GOOSE the techie says, "That's right, no plot". However, one it is discovered that Cavendish has passed away Lou, the director, calls on Ajax, the understudy, to fill in. "The show must go on", she points out. But, as she further points out, Ajax must play Cavendish both on and off stage. It is to be the great star's last performance. It will be Ajax's greatest performance. "But", Lou tells him, "You can never tell anyone!" Ajax reluctantly agrees only to face nasty critics, doting mothers and one very large goon sent to collect a bundle from the Great Man. Lines and plot twists fly faster than bullets in this theatrical farce where over-the-hill prima donnas reign, or think they do and most of the rest of the cast are betting on who comes out on top. As if this wasn't enough Ajax's mother shows up hoping to meet Cavendish.
Thur - Fri & Sat Aug 22nd, 23rd & 24th at 7:30 pm
Sun Aug 25th at 3 pm
At the Bow Lake Grange Hall
Water St & Province Rd, Strafford, NH