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A ‘Three Way’ opens at Bare Stage’s new digs

Bare Stage re-opens in a new venue at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church and their inaugural show featuring three sketches is sure to entertain.

pg14“A Tale Of Two Spectators,” by Peter Manos is set on a lovely day in the park. Two people sit on a park bench, which could be lovely … perhaps, or perhaps not. An unusual situation occurs when we come to realize that what they are watching through their binoculars will draw them together every week in a twisted alliance. With popcorn!  Absurdly humorous, we aren’t sure who is having more fun, their partners or them?

Said the Niagara Arts Monthly: “It’s as though Manos has taken a modern look at a George Seurat painting and added deliciously compelling dialogue clouds.”

“One Tennis Shoe” by Shel Silverstein is another absurdist sketch that centers on a married couple’s long-standing relationship and an intervention by her husband.  For some strange reason he believes his wife is becoming a bag lady.

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