The Fairfield Area Community Theatre is presenting An Unspeakable Triumph of Supreme Brilliance beginning Feb. 14 with dinner and dessert shows running through Feb. 24 at The Walton Club.
Title: An Unspeakable Triumph of Supreme Brilliance, a comedy by Don Solidis
Feb. 14, dessert at 6:30 p.m., show at 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 15 and 16, dinner at 6:30 p.m., show at 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 22 and 23, dinner at 6:30 p.m., show at 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 24, dessert at 2 p.m., show at 2:30 p.m.
Advanced tickets only are available for purchase at Kim’s Cottage during regular business hours.
A buffet-style spread will be served during dinner performances with a salad bar, Baked Chicken with a mushroom and wine sauce on noodles, Baked Ziti, and a vegetable medley.
Dessert will include cheesecake and brownies.
A cash bar will also be available.
Samson: Marylou LaRose plays the wacky director of Moss River Community Theatre.
Leticia: Gerry Garles plays the eccentric, wealthy woman holding the contest with the $10,000,000 purse.
Dave: Lou Bolster is the lonely playwright with a great story that nobody wants to hear anymore.
Loren: Tim Lantz is the dopey set builder.
Delilah: Dee Ann Lantz completes her role as the show stealing small town actress.
Audrey: Meredith Siemsen potrays the love interest
Bob: John Grunwald is the only man for the lead role, literally.
Tilly: Ava Jean Boyd’s tossed aside character finds her time to shine.
Sven: Joe Phipps is the director of the only other playhouse in North Central Minnesota.
Diana Flynn, director
Jason Deprey, director’s assistant/lights and sound
Blair Grunwald, lights and sound
Rachel Biggs, lights and sound
The Moss River Community Players are pretty OK settling for theatrical mediocrity, until one day they receive a stunning offer: an insanely wealthy woman is offering a ten million dollar prize for the best community theater show in North Central Minnesota. The catch? They only have two days to put it together and all heck breaks loose as the cast tries their best to present An Unspeakable Triumph of Supreme Brilliance, but with one actor deathly afraid of the stage, another trying to dominate the show and a set about to collapse, will the riches slip out of their hands before curtain call?