The Lex-Ham Community Theater presented two one-act plays on March 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, and 27 1999 at the St. Paul Central High School Auditorium.
Fielder's Choice by Urban Landreman brings a family together on Father's Day and shows the long-standing and unresolved strains which often accompany such events. Fielder's Choice is Mr. Landreman's second work performed by the Lex-Ham Community Theater. His work, Bullets and Beauties, was performed by the troupe in spring 1998
Cast members Marilyn Ehline, Karl Grahek, Rich Alteri, Pam Scott, and Jodi Larson rehearse Fielder's Choice
Rich (Rich Alteri) and Ray (Karl Grahek) watch the baseball game on TV.
Rich (Rich Alteri) and Brenda (Pam Scott) get into a heated discussion about remodeling the kitchen.
Ellen (Marilyn Ehline) consoles Margaret (Jodi Larson).
The Mice Have Been Drinking Again by Cleve Haubold tells the very comic tale of a couple who live in a San Francisco Victorian apartment who try to arrange a date with the wife's cousin. Cleve Haubold was born in 1930 and wrote over a dozen plays for adults and children. Other plays of his include Sherlock Holmes and the Curious Adventure of the Clockwork Prince; Shut Up, Martha; and The Big Black Box. During his life, he taught at several universities in Texas. Mr. Haubold was featured in the 1975-76 Who's Who in the South and Southwest.
Cast members David Heitzman, Paul Quie, Heidi Slen Walsh, and Traci Czech
Roxanne (Traci Czech) has the oddest feeling while A-Ro (Paul Quie) realizes that something is missing.
Harold (Paul Quie) and Roxanne (Traci Czech) announce that they are engaged to Jerry (David Heitzman) and Julie (Heidi Slen Walsh)
Alisa Pritchett was the director for both shows.
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