Wilbraham United Players to stage 'The Man Who Came To Dinner.'
WILBRAHAM – Wilbraham United Players has begun preparing for its November production of “The Man Who Came to Dinner”, a comedy by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufmann.
Paul Nesbit of Springfield plays the irascible personality Sheridan Whiteside, who has taken up residence in a conservative, upper middle-class home after slipping and falling on a patch of ice. His zany friends and colleagues throw the small town Ohio family for a loop and their lives will never be the same.
The play is directed by Deborah Trimble, with set design by Greg Trochlil. Other local cast members include David Chivers, Kevin Kary, Patricia Colkos, Carolyn Averill, Stacy Gilmour, Mark Jacobson, David Basile, Don Clements, Janet Crosier, Christine Zdebski, Joe Van Allen, Jay Muse, Gina Paro, Karen Gatchell, Darcey Walulak, Paul Rothenberg, Michelle McBride, Derrick Hagman, Chris Dirgo, Steven Close, Joe Lessard, Wesley Olds, Shannon LaFleur, Zachary Capen, Alyssa Capen, Taryn Grozio, Lily Maloni, Charlotte Powell, Will Powell, Madison Hastain and McKenzie Murphy.
Performances are Nov. 7 to 9 and Nov. 14 to 16 on stage at Wilbraham United Church, 500 Main St.
Adult general admission seats are $15, with premium seating for $25 and discounted $12 general admission for students and seniors 65 and over. Tickets may be purchased in advance at www.wilbrahamunitedplayers.com
or by calling 596-6117.