Having been knocked sideways after the last play, Anne would have been among the first to insist that ‘the Show must go on’ .
Therefore it is time to announce, and crack on with, the Summer production.
Dorchester Drama will be proud to present a couple of single act plays.
Out for the Count: – The Count, newly arrived from Transylvania at Dr. Sewer’s asylum, is hungry for more than Bridget’s fruit cup or Constance’s bloody Mary! Thwarted by a cross shaped birthmark and hounded by the Professor, the Count enlists obnoxious Rennet to help and nearly defeats the Professor and young Jonathan. But all have reckoned without Bridget’s escargots.
The Witches of Prestwick:- Three members of a local amateur dramatic society are rehearsing their roles as the witches in ‘the Scottish play’, with varying levels of competence. Bev, the ablest actress, has taken her role a bit too seriously and has been researching witchcraft to lend plausibility to her performance. Goaded by Jan and Lou, she gives them a crash course in magic!
Dates will be Thurs 28th and Friday 29th July (and possibly Saturday 30th of July also).
Venue is to be decided.