Second Act Troupe Brings "Marriage Lines" to Wimberley in Three One-Act Comedies
Friday and Saturday Evenings, November 6 and 7, 2009 at 8 PM
Wimberley United Methodist Church
County Road 1492 and Ranch Road 12 in Wimberley, Texas

Diane Hruska and Marvin Carson in "One Question"

Returning to Wimberley after their successful opening in San Marcos, Second Act Troupe takes a close look at the institution of marriage in three one act comedies under the umbrella title of "Marriage Anyone?"     

In "Five Nickels" by Jack Neary, widowed Catherine (Ellen Massey) devises a not too subtle strategy to get the attention of lifelong bachelor Ed (Dan LaFleur). Both are members of a Catholic Church where Ed is responsible for collecting the weekly pew rent of a quarter from the worshipers. When Catherine puts five nickels into his hand every week he suspects she has an ulterior motive.

"Whatever you Say is Fine with Me" is a repeated phrase from Ben (Allan Eastwood) who is trying desperately to make peace with Annie (Maggie Goodman). Annie appears to want to break up their marriage after he fails to fulfill a 50 year old promise he made to her when they were first married.

In "One Question" Archie (Marvin Carson) is stunned when Maude (Diane Hruska) goes for the jugular and asks him the leading question that is going to change his life completely. Archie works hard to find the right answer for the determined Maude who herself has clearly not thought out the implications posed by her question.

Tickets are just $12, which makes it the best entertainment value in Wimberley. For reservations or more information call (512) 618-3355 anytime.