Time for a little spring comedy

4/16/2014

Ticket sales have opened for the Garden City Community College Players' spring comedy, "Lend Me a Tenor," showing April 24 to 27 in the Pauline Joyce Fine Arts Building auditorium.

Ticket sales have opened for the Garden City Community College Players' spring comedy, "Lend Me a Tenor," showing April 24 to 27 in the Pauline Joyce Fine Arts Building auditorium.

The zany comedy, set in the '30s, is loosely based on the antics of Abbot and Costello. Written by Ken Ludwig, and directed by GCCC's theater instructor Phil Hoke, it has a southwest Kansas cast of students and community members including: Krisha Baker, Jordan George, Aaron Rojas, Garden City; Tori Fairbank and Linzie Schneider, Holcomb; Gage Stielau, Syracuse; Robert Reuther, Atwood; and Justin Godwin, Liberal. The set is designed by Jose Ramos, Syracuse; Miguel Alvarez, Holcomb; and Linzie Schneider, Holcomb; and costumes are designed by Jordan George and Alexander Wilken, Garden City.

Show times for the fast-paced, hilarious comedy are 7:30 p.m. April 24, 25 and 26, and 2:30 p.m. April 27, in the Pauline Joyce Fine Arts Building auditorium.

General admission is $10, senior citizens and children 17 and younger are $8. Tickets are available from 1 to 5 p.m. weekdays at the box office, 275-3244, as well as one hour before each show. The play employs adult humor and is rated a strong pg-13, Hoke said.

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