Political satire is probably as old as theatre. The shady-looking character in the photo could be your next governor, county assessor, or HOA board member. Or, he could be a fictitious former governor whose picture hangs on a theater set in next spring’s SaddleBrooke dinner theatre.
If you’ve been to a CCP (Community Circle Players) production, you know how much fun it is. (Hopefully you have tickets for the week of Nov. 11 in the MountainView Ballroom.) Preparations are already underway for the week of March 8, when CCP, in cooperation with the banquet staffs of SaddleBrooke One and SaddleBrooke TWO will present Paul Slade Smith’s The Outsider (produced by special arrangement with Playscripts Inc.).
The Outsider is a timely and hilarious political satire that skewers politics and celebrates democracy. The shady character in the photo is actually Fred Lowy, the hard-working producer of the show. Auditions are Nov. 18 and 19, just after closing night of Cookin’ With Gus. For details, contact Fred at firstname.lastname@example.org or Director Tim Morsani at email@example.com.