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Donate to Lexington County Arts Association on May 3

Don't miss this fantastic funny night at the Village Square Theatre. For One night only!

or call the box office during box office hours (Monday-Friday 4:30 until 6:30) at 803-359-1436.

The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940

May 13-22, 2016

The creative team responsible for a recent Broadway flop (in which three chorus girls were murdered by the mysterious "Stage Door Slasher") assemble for a backer's audition of their new show at the Westchester estate of a wealthy "angel." The house is replete with sliding panels, secret passageways and a German maid who is apparently four different people-all of which figure diabolically in the comic mayhem which follows when the infamous "Slasher" makes his reappearance and strikes again-and again. As the composer, lyricist, actors and director prepare their performance, and a blizzard cuts off any possible retreat, bodies start to drop in plain sight, knives spring out of nowhere, masked figures drag their victims behind swiveling bookcases, and accusing fingers point in all directions. However, and with no thanks to the bumbling police inspector who snowshoes in to investigate, the mystery is solved in the nick of time and the "Slasher" unmasked-but not before the audience has been treated to a sidesplitting good time and a generous serving of the author's biting, satiric and refreshingly irreverent wit.

Directed by Glenn Farr

or call the box office during box office hours (Monday-Friday 4:30 until 6:30) at 803-359-1436.

Fringe Show

June 3-5 & 10-12

The Lone Star state of mind comes into focus in two cleverly intertwined one-acts about life in small-town Texas. “Laundry and Bourbon” offers us the world from Elizabeth's perspective, as she and two other discontented local wives share a good gossip session over bourbon and Cokes.

In “Lone Star”, Lone Star beer-drinking Vietnam veteran Roy offers his unique perspective on the world in a honky-tonk bar, discussing his 1959 pink Thunderbird convertible and his wife Elizabeth, and sharing stories from the war. Through the unique perspectives and heartfelt monologues of two very different characters, we see the intimate details of life in a sleepy town during a time of unrest and uncertainty in America.

Don’t miss these comedies when they hit the stage at Village Square Theatre for six performances only.

Tickets on sale to the general public May 23.

Directed by Debi Young




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