'Unnecessary Farce' Proves a Hit for Sandwich Players (180 w.3 col Sandwic h)

SANDWICH — The Sandwich Players have been hard at work the last few months rehearsing for their current production "Unnecessary Farce," by Paul Slade Smith.
Lots of action and a ridiculous plot proved to be a big hit on the opening weekend. Audiences roared with laughter as new and experienced actors graced the stage in this community theater production.
This fast-paced comedy in which two inept police officers set up a sting operation on the ever so humble Mayor Meekly, is a challenging play. Two side by side hotel rooms, a total of eight doors, with nothing but an imagined wall dividing them makes for an hilarious show in which timing is everything.
Show dates are Friday and Saturday May 31, and June 1  at 7:30 p.m. at the Sandwich Town Hall. Tickets may be purchased at the door or reserved by calling 284-6897, $10 adults, $5 students. This show may not be appropriate for very young audiences

Pictured from left to right are Nate Fletcher, Ashley Bullard, and Will Lehmann as they work out some of the antics that take place on stage during "Unnecessary Farce."  (Courtesy photo)