Tickets available for Theatre's 40th Season
The Board of Directors is pleased to announce the plays for the Eunice Players’ Theatre 40th season. It is a promising season of drama and comedy ending with the gala celebration of celebrating 40 years of the Irving Awards.
Opening in mid-April is the drama, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf”, directed by Jody L. Powell, which is a story of a bitter aging couple who lure a younger couple into the crossfire of their dissatisfaction with each other. In late August, the theatre is planning the revival comedy, “Greater Tuna”, directed by Ching Wasmuth. This story revolves around the town of Tuna, Texas, with all the characters being played by Van Reed and Kevin Miller.
The third play, “Moonlight and Magnolias”, which opens in early November, combines comedy with drama and it is directed by Debi L. Crawford. It’s 1939, David O. Selznick locks himself in his office with a screenwriter and director for 5 days to rewrite what would become one of the greatest movies of all times, “Gone With The Wind”.
Season tickets for the 2009 season are now available for purchase at Louis Wright’s or any of the Board of Directors. For the price of $20 a season ticket includes three shows, reservation rights, voting privileges and an invitation to the 40th Annual Irving Awards.
Angel and patron packages are also available for purchase.
For more information, please call 337-457-3330 or 337-457-2156.