• Bob Vlach, Woodford Sun Staff

A season of laughter for audiences

Woodford Theatre’s 2018-19 season features a variety of comedic shows including a musical satire written by Mel Brooks and a farcical play by Neil Simon. Artistic Director Trish Clark says she wants audiences laughing this season.

“People right now,” she explains, “just need to find a way to laugh. Don’t they?”

Woodford Theatre’s 31st season begins with “The Producers,” a laugh-out-loud satire, celebrates the holidays by welcoming back the Sisters of Hoboken for “Nutcrackers: The Nunsense Christmas Musical,” and continues with a twisted comedic murder mystery, “Deathtrap,” the hilarity of “Rumors” and ends with “Peter and the Starcatcher,” an inspiring fantasy.

Patrons may remember seeing “The Producers,” “Deathtrap” or “Rumors” onscreen or onstage, but Clark says the variety of this season will appeal to audiences – “whether they know it or not.”

For show times and tickets for the upcoming performances visit woodfordtheatre.com on the web or telephone the box office at 873-0648.

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