WCCT Pop-up Theater returns Sunday

— Daily Freeman-Journal file photo Members of Webster City Community Theatre will present another Pop-up Outdoor Theater Sunday afternoon at Trinity Lutheran Church's north lawn. Pictured above at the first outdoor event held in August are Mark Dohms, Dale Arends, Trese Arends and Abby Sharp.

Webster City Community Theatre hosts its second outdoor “Pop-up Theater” production Sunday, Sept. 27, at 2 p.m. on the north lawn of the Trinity Lutheran Church, 1229 Kathy Lane in Webster City.

As before, face coverings are required. Patrons are invited to bring their own lawn chairs or blankets and refreshments to sit and enjoy the show. Temperatures are predicted in the mid 60s so dress accordingly. Ushers will assist with seating to help maintain social distancing guidelines. There’s no charge, but donations will be appreciated.

The group will present six short acts in radio theater format during the 75-minute show. Actors will read scripts wearing masks or face shields. Participants include Mark Andrew, Sally Evans, Al Yungclas, Jim Hindt, Melissa Hindt, Loween Getter, Wil Groves, Sunshine Duffy, Kirk Greenley, Angela Rottering, Lindsey Henderson, Sylvia Vust, Karina Murray, Anne Blankenship, Mike Larson, and Amelia Oliver.

The acts include:

“The Mask of Who?” written by Sally Evans. An alien visit leaves them perplexed.

“Old Folks,” taken from skits performed by Carol Burnett and Harvey Korman.

“Diva’s Lament” from Spamalot, performed by Sunshine Duffy.

“Another Melodrama,” another chance to boo the villain.

“The Bickersons,” an episode from the old-time radio program.

“If Thoughts Could Speak,” what people say-and what they really think.


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