HOLD ON TO YOUR SEAT — HART Theatre presents the hilarious world premiere of Recycled Nuts, by local playwright Travis Lowe, running March 17-26. It’s a ‘don’t blink comedy’ with four players playing eight characters.
This weekend is your last chance to catch HART Theatre's hilarious world premiere of Recycled Nuts by local playwright Travis Lowe. It’s a “hold on to your seat and don’t blink” comedy with four performers playing eight characters.
An almond farmer named Jerry wants to change the negative public perception of his nuts. But when local reporter Alma dies of a nut allergy, things start to go awry, setting off a series of comically fatal accidents.
Jason Williams directs veteran HART actors Pasquale LaCorte and Pam Elder, who starred together in A Facility for Living in 2019 and share the stage once again in this comic romp along with Travis Lowe and Blaine Weiss.
Theatergoers are invited to stay after the show opening night, Friday, March 17, and the first Sunday performance, March 19, for a talkback with the playwright, the director and the actors.
Recycled Nuts will run March 17-19 and 24-26 in the Fangmeyer Theatre. Show times are at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. For tickets, call the HART Box Office at 828-456-6322 or go online at harttheatre.org.
HART Box Office winter hours are from 3-5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. HART is at 250 Pigeon St., in Waynesville.
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