Thursday, October 26, 2017

Money Matters Opens Nov 3rd!


Bernard and Charmaine get cozy, while George and Annie look on

A “family business” of counterfeiting, a ghost, a ladies retirement home, and Mr. Bud “the Stud” Davis make up the hilarious comedy of “Money Matters”. Opening November 3rd, this farce is written by Michael and Susan Parker, and directed by Rikki Reid.

Sponsored by Cyndi Lewis of Rob Trost Real Estate and Oregon Coast Dance Center, this play will having you laughing from start to finish. The late Mr. Hammond spent twenty years printing $20 bills on a printing press he built in the basement of Monet Manor. After his death ten years ago, his
faithful retainer George and his daughter Annie, continued the family business for Mr. Hammond’s widow who recently passed away. Contrary to her promise to leave the manor and all her assets to George and Annie, she has bequeathed the manor to a stranger, Mr. Bud Davis, who is emphatic about turning it into a retirement home for ladies. Determined to keep the manor, Annie invites an old friend and sorority sister, Charmaine Beauregard, to play the role of a ghost, to help convince Bud that the manor is unsuitable for a retirement home because it is haunted.

“Money Matters” opens November 3rd  with a Gala Celebration, and runs through November 19th. Friday and Saturday shows start at 7:00 pm, Sunday shows start at 2:00 pm. Tickets are $15/person and available at Diamond Art Jewelers, 503-842-7940. For more information, email info@tillamooktheater.com or find us on Facebook. 

Celebrating over 35 years in Tillamook, TAPA is a non-profit community theater dedicated to providing high quality performing arts experiences through entertainment, education, and community participation. TAPA's Barn Community Playhouse is located at 1204 Ivy St, on the corner of 12th and Ivy, adjacent to Les Schwab Tires.


1 comment:

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the Stud, an open comedy, which was held on Nov 3rd was outstanding. I missed my college just to watch this play, it was worth it.