The evening, described as "a gathering of songs and opinions that are silly, sinister and wildly out of context," boasts the talents of Terri Klausner, Theresa McCarthy, Bobby Steggert and Henry Stram. Alan Johnson is the musical director for the 8 PM performance. Polly Pen, who began her career as an actress in the original Chicago company of Grease, is a 1996 Obie Award winner for the score to Bed and Sofa. Her other works include Goblin Market (Circle in the Square), The Dumb Cake (NPR), Christina Alberta's Father (Vineyard Theatre), Night Governess (McCarter Theatre) and Embarrassments (Wilma Theatre).
Tickets, priced $25 (advance) and $30 (at the door), are available by visiting www.westonplayhouse.org. All proceeds support the work of the non-profit theatre company.
The Weston Playhouse Theatre Company is located at 703 Main Street in Weston, VT.