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Venue : Elks National Home Theater, 931 Ashland Ave., Bedford
Dates and times : 8 p.m. March 1-2, 2 p.m. March 3
Tickets : $12; children 12 and under $10
Information : 586-5881; littletownplayers.com; lynchburgtickets.com
The Fox on the Fairway
Henry Bingham (Brian Lee), president of Quail Valley Country Club, is in a difficult position, not as much by finding out that his newly hired assistant, Justin (Greg Ritchie), is in love with Louise (Christa Woomer), the waitress at the club house, but rather by the discovery that the golfer he thought would play for his club has switched sides, recruited by his counterpart and opponent, the cocky and arrogant Dickie Bell (John Langston), and the huge bet he had foolishly wagered is now likely to be lost. Fortunately, he discovers that Justin is actually quite a good golfer and finagles his nomination. Justin does not disappoint and has a huge lead, when close to its end, the tournament is interrupted by bad weather. When Justin learns that Louise has lost the engagement ring he gave her (she accidentally flushed it down the toilet) he becomes unglued. The game resumes the next day, but Justin loses the lead, and, upset, takes an unfortunate swing, breaking his arm. Bingham is desperate, and the appearance of his wife Muriel (Donna Walters) complicates the matter, as she catches him much too close to Pamela (Jayne Brill), his sexy vice-president. Can Bingham find a replacement for Justin to win the game, win the wager, and get his life in order?
You will find the answers to these and many other questions when you see this delightful, adult comedy.
The Fox on the Fairway, directed by Karen C. Hopkins and stage managed by Stan Butler, will have you in stitches as you enjoy the hilarious antics of this stellar cast!
Please call the box office at 540-586-5881 or www.lynchburgtickets.com