Til Beth Do Us Part finds success at Glesby
The Prairie Players production Til Beth Do Us Part has seen a strong turnout from members from the community over the past few days.
Director Rosa Albanese Rawlings said that over 300 people attended the play on Friday and Thursday's opening night was also quite packed up.
"We've had some strong support from the community and everyone has been laughing so it's been good," said Rawlings.
The play is centered on the relationship between a man and his wife. Stressed and pinned to her workaholic tendencies, Suzanna (Lisa Marie Tessier), the wife, hires an assistant named Beth (Nettie Neudorf) to help her out with the house work and her job.
Meanwhile, Gibby, the husband (Wayne Loeppky), is quite lethargic and doesn't do well with house cleaning or any other of his husbandly duties.
Beth is hired to help out but ends up causing a rift between the couple as it turns out that she an has agenda of her own.
See more in the Mon. Apr. 30 issue of the Portage Daily Graphic.