A Letter from Our Matriarch

Dear Audiences, Casey has done such a great job with her blogs so I could not refuse when she asked me, as self-appointed matriarch of the group, to put something together about my years with the Bobcat Players. So, here goes: I have always enjoyed live theater, so after I retired from my teaching position I was interested in attending the organizational meeting of the newly formed Bobcat Players Community Theater. This meeting was in 2001 and was conducted by its founder, Frank Myers, another retired teacher. My first experiences with the group were as a member of the stage crew for several years. In 2004, Patti Ross and Frank asked if I would be interested in auditioning for the cast of St


Leslie Sands' Something to Hide is a British thriller full of tension and witty dialogue. Despite the plot of twists and turns, audiences might be surprised at the amount of dark comedy lurking within the text. I attended the opening night performance with three friends and my husband, and although we arrived at seven, we had a hard time finding seats together, as it appeared the show was sold out. (Doors open at 6:45 pm and I recommend getting there early for prime seating!) Once the show began, it was clear the audience had been eager for our 2018 season to begin. Every surprise was met by "ooh"s and "aahh"s, the mark of a wonderfully attentive audience. The sign of a good mystery, in my o

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