"Three Acts Of Deception" Performed By Second Act Troupe in Wimberley, Texas
Second Act Troupe presents three one act comedies in Three Acts of Deception.

Performances are at 7.30 pm Friday and Saturday June 11 and 12, 2010 at the United Methodist Church on CR 1492.
Teddy Bompas (Dan LaFleur) and Apjohn (Larry Oliver) engage in fisticuffs over Aurora (Bobbie Oliver) in How He Lied to her Husband

Second Act Troupe presents three one act comedies in Three Acts of Deception including a masterpiece by George Bernard Shaw featuring Austin's B. Iden Payne award winning actress Bobbie Oliver. Regulars at the old Greenhouse Theatre will recall Bobbie's several performances there.

The production costs of these performances are underwritten by a generous grant from the Wimberley Community Civic Club.

In Book Keeping Edwin (Allan Eastwood) is compiling a little blue book and has so far listed the names and physical attributes of 48 women. His wife Phyllis (Ellen Massey) is naturally unaware of this and would clearly be unhappy if she ever found it. What has driven Edwin to do this and how will he use this information?  

In Crossing the Bar Margaret (Maggie Goodman) and Gretchen (Carla Daws) are in a funeral parlor eulogizing a deceased man (Marvin Carson) who they have worshiped from afar for 40 years.  In both cases theirs was a completely platonic relationship so it becomes quite a shock to discover that the man they sanctified had a totally different relationship with a third woman.

How He Lied to Her Husband is a classic comedy by the renowned playwright George Bernard Shaw. Poet Henry Apjohn (Larry Oliver) idolizes Aurora Bompas (Bobbie Oliver) and has expressed his feelings of devotion for her in the numerous poems he has composed and sent to her. Aurora dramatically informs Henry that she has lost the poems and believes they may have ended up in the possession of her husband, Teddy (Dan LaFleur). Their fears are confirmed and predictably Teddy is outraged, but not for the reasons they expect.

For reservations with preferred seating call (512) 618-3355 anytime or buy the $12 tickets at the door.