Rex’s Exes and The Cemetery Club
Almost every country song about Texas reminds you that Texas is larger than life. That is exactly what happens when a bunch of ex-lovers and ex-spouses get together in The Canyon Theatre Guild’s upcoming show Rex’s Exes. Playing March-April in Old Town Newhall, the Verdeen cousins, Gaynelle, Peaches, and Jimmie from The Red Velvet Cake War are back once more with more mischief in Sweetgum, Texas. Director Barry Agin does an amazing job bringing this story to life. He insists you come see his show as “it’s hilarious from start to finish. Rex’s Exes is a Southern-Fried comedy with memorable characters and a plot full of surprises. What makes this show hilarious is that there are strong actors in very comedic situations with nonstop whimsical action with twists and turns along the way. Come ready to laugh!” This Southern comedy will leave you rolling in the aisles. Beware though – you may wake up the next day with a stomach ache from laughing so hard. Ticket prices are $19 for Adults and $17 for Juniors (Under 18) and Seniors (Over 62) in rows one through 10 and $17 for Adults and $15 for Juniors and Seniors in rows 11-back.
If you love to laugh, after taking a journey to the Deep South with us, come take yet another voyage to Queens, New York to see The Cemetery Club, also in March-April at The Canyon Theatre Guild. In this comedy, three Jewish widows meet once a month for tea to reminisce about the good ole’ days before going to visit their husbands’ graves. Ida is very congenial and is ready to begin anew; Lucille is very spirited and just wants to have a good time; and Doris is straight-laced, proper, and very critical. And the real shenanigans begin when a member of the opposite sex appears. Director Mike Moffat does a great job conveying this tale and bringing it to life. He states “The Cemetery Club is so hilarious; you must come down to the theatre to see it. This hilarious show is about three good friends who share similarities with one other but who have real differences, and they form little alliances and gang up on one another throughout the show. The interpersonal changes that the characters go through are very comedic. This is truly a story about how long-term relationships can change over time. The characters are all very complex as there are no shallow characters in this story”. Played by an amazing cast, this hysterical good-natured comedy will leave you laughing all night long. Tickets prices are $19 for Adults, and $17 for Juniors (Under 18) and Seniors (Over 62) in rows 1-10 and $17 for Adults and $15 for Juniors and Seniors in rows 11-back.
Please call the box office at 661-799-2702 for tickets or for more information about either one of these shows. We will be more than happy to assist you. Both of these shows will guarantee a whole lot of laughs and a good time for old and young alike.
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