But that’s not a bad thing. It’s a reflection on all the twists and turns the Drama Club will be serving up to audiences.
A seven-member cast is practising lines and finalizing costumes for their Tignish Parish Centre performances on Dec. 8 and 9 of “Sorry, Wrong Chimney.”
The Drama Club is also planning a performance for Britannia Hall in Tyne Valley, but a date has not been finalized yet.
“It’s one of the funniest plays we’ve done here,” adds Robert Shea, who is sharing director duties with Nancy Doyle. Shea and Doyle are also members of the cast.
“Sorry, Wrong Chimney” takes place in the Tuttle family’s living room.
The scenario has William Weldon, a would-be hypnotist, hypnotizing the wrong person by mistake. His efforts to make things right just sets off a series of misadventures and mix-ups. Added to the mix is a police officer and his doggedly devoted fiancée and a bumbling burglar who thinks he’s Santa Claus. Most of all, there’s fun and laughs and a huge helping of Christmas cheer.