The Ladies of the Camellias

by Lillian Groag
Directed by Aaron Elmore
at McPhetres Hall, Parish Hall of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
4th and Gold, downtown
November 1-24, 2013

Plus a special Haines Performance Saturday, December 14th
at the Chilkat Center for the Arts

Two Divas are held hostage by a Russian anarchist in a theater in Paris in 1897. High jinx ensue. A warm, delightful, hilarious comedy.
Some mild language, adult themes, and comic violence -good stuff, but is not always suitable for some young children. For some others, though, it's perfect!

The ladies in The Ladies of the Camellias. The attendants of the Ladies of the Camellias. [In context, this is perfectly reasonable.] Accents, Puns and Bombs!  Oh Yeah! Oh my!  Oh dear!  Oh -hey, Cyrano?  Cyrano!! I know it looks grim, but don't worry, it's very much a comedy!