2nd Annual LOL Summer Comedy Series

2nd Annual LOL Summer Comedy Series

Thursday, August 04, 2022 from 07:00 PM to Sunday, August 07, 2022 to 05:00 PM

A big hit last summer, this comedy series brings together four directors and a cast of sixteen players. There's a little laughter, for everyone!

This clever spoof on the Hansel and Gretel story gets some new looks as the actors give various interpretations: Shakespeare, soap opera, Dragnet and others.

Bob has just been called to an empty parking lot at three in the morning by his friend Bill. Bill has had himself one wild evening and the more Bob (and the audience) learns about Bill's exploits the more comedy ensues.

When a woman brings her bathroom scale back to get a refund, the clerk is stunned to realize that the scale doesn't display weight––but words. Soon another customer is wrapped up in the scale’s declarations and an entanglement is discovered. After the truth is revealed the weight of this payback may just break the scale.

Harold’s had a long day at work, and he’s in the mood for confrontation when the overpriced fruit at a local fruit stand pushes him right over the edge! He demands a price reduction from Norman, another shopper gets involved, and an unexpected interruption turns the whole situation on its head. A lighthearted comedy of errors that will keep you guessing until..

Vincent is dead. Quite dead, actually, and he's okay with that. Really. What he is not okay with is that they have buried him between his first wife who died 25 years ago and his current wife who died with him in the car accident. Spending eternity in the ground with one of them would have been all right, but with both? With the two of them comparing notes?

In this new take on Abbott and Costello’s famous comedy skit “Who’s on First,” two teenage performers try, rather unsuccessfully, to rehearse a scene for their drama class. What they succeed in performing is a hilarious scene full of wit and comedic miscommunication.

Frank and Harry bump into each other at a gallery opening and begin a conversation about art. When Frank announces his desire to go to Japan to study Noh Theater, Harry misunderstands and is led to believe that there is no theater in Japan. The play is an homage to Abbott and Costello's "Who’s On First."

2nd Annual LOL Summer Comedy Series

Thursday Friday & Saturday
Doors Open 6:30 pm
Show Starts 7:00 pm

Saturday & Sunday Matinees
Doors Open 2:30 pm
Show Starts 3:00 pm

Tickets: $20 General Admission  $15 Student/Seniors

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