This weekend, Friday, Saturday and Sunday,Oct. 26-28, the Wieting Theatre production of A Tale From The Bohemian Alps, will answer that question. If you have been raised on a farm, having livestock loose and wandering is a serious emergency. Whether is dogs, horses, cattle, sheep or goats, all hands are pressed into rounding them up.
This skit, in four short acts, was written by Carol Peterie.
Acting in the skit are Frankie and Marcella Nekola, Millie Schultz, Josh Roberts, Mitch Knock, and Clarissa Rosenberger. Between each act, music will be offered by various performers. It is a busy weekend and performers may vary between performances.
One of the groups that is most important to the success of any performance is the audience. It is hoped that the community can find time to attend this event. The times of the show are at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday.
The object of the performance is to entertain, provide a place for people to showcase their talents and to raise funds to help retire the Wieting Theatre Foundation's remaining renovation costs.
Chronicle ? It Out:
WHAT:?A Tale From The Bohemian Alps
WHEN:Oct- 26-28-Fri., Sat. - 7 p.m., Sun- 2 p.m.
WHERE:?Wieting Theatre, 101 S. Church, Toledo
Proceeds benefit Wieting Renovation Fund