Tonight and Saturday night Regina Little Theatre is presenting this biannual fundraiser which also is held in the fall. There are four one-act plays on the bill. Here’s a brief synopsis of each:
Chemistry Lessons, a farce by George Freek about a chemistry teacher who experiences some romantic bumps on the road to the altar; Faugh, a comedy by Jerome McDonough about a group of co-habiting Fine Arts students; a comedy by the Frantics called Her First Period in which a father provides cell phone advice at a bus stop to his daughter about what she needs to do deal with the onset of menarche; and a drama by Jennifer Fell Hayes called Nothing In Common about a pregnant teenage girl and an older woman who is desperate to adopt the baby.
The cabaret is being held at the Regina Performing Arts Centre, and begins each night with food and drink service at 6:30 p.m., with the plays to follow at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $12.50 and can be obtained by calling 306-779-2277.
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