A freewheeling, fast paced comedy by Don Zolidis
Chaos and shenanigans abound as Essex Community Players continue their sixtieth season with the production of Don Zolidis’s “The Tell-Tale Farce”. Richard is madly in love with Sarah, the niece of a wealthy widow. In his desperate attempt to court her he pretends to be Edgar Allan Poe. Unfortunately, Abigail, the widow’s granddaughter, is not happy with her fiancé’s lack of…… everything and has concluded that she is in love with the rakish and desirable Poe. Enter Sarah’s fiancé Rufus to further complicate matters. Meanwhile Brinsley, the butler tries his best to avoid a dalliance with the Irish harridan maid.
Performances Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 and Sundays at 2:00 in Memorial Hall at Essex Center