WEST CARLETON – While the weather is still cold and the snow is still deep, the Rural Root Theatre Company (RRTC) is spending the tail end of winter, getting ready for their spring production.
The RRTC spring production will be playwright Norm Foster’s zany comedy Bedtime Stories.
“It is a comedy that brings together six funny and touching tales presented as loosely related vignettes, featuring Foster’s signature comedic debacles laced with mild sexual innuendo,” the RRTC released in a statement. “A cavalcade of characters with their stories linked by a late-night radio contest, a rock and roll concert, a taxi and, of course, a bed.”
Each vignette stands alone as a comedic take on the lives, loves and challenges faced by 15 ordinary people and at the same time weaves a connection about friendship, romance and the true meaning of love that links the people and stories in unexpected ways.
The play runs from Tuesday, April 23 to Saturday, April 27 at 7:30 p.m. and a matinee on Sunday, April 28, at 2 p.m. at the NorthWind Wireless Fibe Centre. Go to www.ruralroot.org for more information and to book tickets.