• Bob Vlach, Woodford Sun Staff

‘Rumors’ opens at Woodford Theatre March 22

Woodford Theatre will bring “Rumors,” the farcical comedy written by Neil Simon, to audiences beginning Friday, March 22.

“It’s just hilarious,” said artistic director Trish Clark.

A classic farcical comedy filled with non-stop silliness to keep audiences on the edge of their seats, “Rumors” has been described as the perfect antidote from reality for audiences.

“They just want to come someplace and just laugh for the evening and be entertained,” said Clark.

She predicted couples in the audience will “see themselves” in the onstage couples, “but they’re going to see more of themselves in one couple than the others and they’re going to laugh at themselves.”

Known for directing Shakespeare and other serious classics, Clark said “Rumors” will give Joe Ferrell’s mind a rest from serious storytelling, while working with a less-serious group of actors.

“The actors are great fun in this show, and he’s (Ferrell’s) having a blast,” said Clark.

Performances of “Rumors” are March 22 to 24, 29 to 31, and April 4 to 7, with tickets priced at $22 for adults and $15 for students. For additional information or to purchase tickets visit woodfordtheatre.com or call 873-0648.


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