LCT’s Final Show of 2022 Opening Next Week

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(Le Mars)- If you need a good laugh to round out the year, then the up coming show from the Le Mars Community Theatre at the Postal Playhouse should be on your radar.  “The One Act Play That Goes Wrong” by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, opening December 1st, is a murder mystery being performed under the guise of a group of thespians who can’t memorize their lines and keep messing up cues leading to lots of ridiculous dialogue and physical comedy.

That’s Le Mars resident Jesse Olson, the actor playing Perkins- the butler of the manor where the murder takes place.

(L-R: Gary Sitzmann, Jesse Olson, Joe Ouradnick)

You might recognize Jesse from 2 other shows this season at LCT. He had a major role in “Laughter on the 23rd Floor” and showed off his agility as a set moving specialist during “The Music Man.”  He says becoming part of the LCT family this year has been a game changer.

Jesse ads that he has experience performing in the past as musician, but acting is new and memorizing lines has been the toughest part.

 

Seven other players are taking the stage for this show under the direction of Margaret Britton with Curt Sitzmann producing.
Those people are: Renae Buss, Danna Schuster, Joe Ouradnik, Pete Laskie, Gary Sitzmann, Kim Ross and Jamie Hauser.

Tickets are available for purchase now for the December 1-7th performance schedule by calling the box office weekdays from 11-1pm, excluding Thanksgiving Day and the Friday after.  That number is 712-546-5788.  Tickets can be purchased online anytime by visiting www.lemarslive.org and clicking “Buy Tickets” tab.  Memberships are also available for LCT’s 2023 Season, including the shows: On Golden Pond, Boeing-Boeing and Legally Blonde The Musical.