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Arlie Kidd and Kathryn Davis Sparkle as Ariel and Ursula in Disney’s The Little Mermaid

The Towne Players of Garner’s production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid is kind of a mixed bag. Whether you will like it is dependent on what type of entertainment you are looking for. As most of you know, the plot is based on Hans Christian Andersen’s 1837 Danish fairy tale and the Disney’s 1989 animated… Read More ›

The Towne Players of Garner Provide Loads of Laughs That You Can Take with You

Who remembers The Munsters? That 1960s TV show was about a family in which every member, except one (niece Marilyn), was decidedly quirky. Much of the show’s humor was in the nonchalance with which these zanies pursued their off-the-wall activities. In like manner, the Towne Players of Garner’scommunity-theater production of You Can’t Take It with… Read More ›

The Towne Players will stage A.R Gurney's Sylvia, starring Maribeth McCarthy, at 8 p.m. April 28th and 2 p.m. April 29th in Garner Performing Arts Center

Come! Sit! Stay! for The Towne Players’ Production of Sylvia by A.R. Gurney

Even if you had no clue that A.R. Gurney’s Sylvia is about a dog, it would take roughly 15 seconds from lights-up to discern that Maribeth McCarthy’s character in the current Towne Players of Garner production is, indeed, a dog. Her high-energy portrayal is that accurate and that intense. You would also very quickly learn… Read More ›

The Towne Players will stage A.R Gurney's Sylvia, starring Maribeth McCarthy, at 8 p.m. April 28th and 2 p.m. April 29th in Garner Performing Arts Center

The Towne Players of Garner Hit A.R. Gurney’s Sylvia Out of the Park

The Towne Players of Garner have hit another one out of the park with their current production of Sylvia by A.R. Gurney, one the country’s more prolific playwrights. In this work, Gurney examines the relationship between pets and owners, with a farcically wry humor and discomforting psychology. Atbthe start of the play, Greg brings home… Read More ›

Jim O'Brien (on left in center photo) and Michael Dunavan star as Al Lewis and Willie Clark in The Towne Players' production of The Sunshine Boys (photos by Ken Hall)

The Towne Players’ Production of The Sunshine Boys Is Hilarious and Extremely Satisfying

Hilarious is the best word to describe this show, just to start; but on top of the bright, clever writing and quirky plot, The Towne Players of Garner performed Neil Simon’s The Sunshine Boys crisply and extremely satisfyingly at the Garner Performing Arts Center. Towne Players artistic director Beth Honeycutt reached back to 1972 and… Read More ›