Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring April 29th – May 31st

A smash hit in New York, it opened on Broadway in 1941, with tours on the road and on the screen (starring Cary Grant and Boris Karloff), this famous comedy success remains one of the most popular plays in the world. Charming and innocent aunties Abby and Martha Brewster populate their cellar with the remains of socially and religiously “acceptable” widowers. They indulge the antics of their nephew Mortimer, a New York dramatic critic, a second nephew who thinks he is Teddy Roosevelt and the activities of a third who bears a striking resemblance to a horror movie villain. Arsenic and Old Lace is a must-see!

Camelot’s production of Arsenic and Old Lace stars Shirley Patton as Abby Brewster, Brandy Carson as Martha Brewster, Brian O’Connor as Teddy Brewster, Don Matthews as Jonathan Brewster and Tyler Ward as Mortimer Brewster. Paul R. Jones directs the play and is joined by Rob Hirschboeck as Dr. Einstein, Jack Seybold as Rev. Dr. Harper, C.H. Chou as Officer O’Hara, Tim Kelly as Officer Brophy and Brianna Gowland as Mortimer’s fiancé Elaine Harper.

Arsenic and Old Lace previews April 29th and 30th, opens May 1st and runs through May 31st. The 8 p.m. performance on April 29th is a fundraiser for the Tudor Guild. Tickets for that performance are $25. Tickets for the Thursday April 30th preview are $12.  There is a special Pay What You Can performance on Wednesday, May 6th at 8 p.m.

Reservations are definitely recommended. Regular performances are Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays @ 2 p.m. Tickets are $25 for students and seniors (except for Sunday matinees) and $27 for Adults. There is a box office fee of $4 for all orders. Student Rush tickets are available for $10, 10 minutes before performances.

Tickets can be purchased in person or by phone at the Company Box Office (541-535-5250) or online at www.CamelotTheatre.org. Camelot is located at the corner of Talent Ave and Main St in Talent. Box Office hours are Monday through Saturday from 12-5 p.m. and one hour before performances.

“Where Broadway meets Talent”