Thank you.

Blithe Spirit has closed and I must admit, as an actress, that there is usually a period of post-show blues for me. Maybe that is still coming, but at the moment, I must say that all I am feeling is overwhelmed--overwhelmed by the love and support our show (and our entire season, for that matter) received, but also I am overwhelmed with how I feel about The Bobcat Players. There is so much to be thankful for. Cliche, I know, but our 2018 season has been a wonderful success, something I am incredibly proud of, and our 2019 season holds all the hope and promise that a new year always does. Though before we launch ahead in to the future, I would like to take the time to say thank you. Thank you

BLITHE SPIRIT: Review

My first encounter with Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit occurred many decades ago when I was a freshman in college. I was fortunate to secure a position as secretary/receptionist of the speech and theatre department, and I helped to draft and distribute publicity materials for the show. Then I saw it on opening night, and I was hooked. The urbane comedy exceeded my already lofty expectations, and my love for all shows Coward took root. Now a lifetime later, I find myself in another theatre for another opening of this classic tale of seductive spirits and befuddled mediums. And like that performance eons ago, this one also provides a thrill. Veteran director Shelly Cary has assembled an accomplis

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