The Smoky Mountain Community Theatre presents its summer production with special arrangements with Baker’s Plays, “My Son is Crazy-But Promising” by Tim Kelly.
Opening July 15 at 7:30pm this play will be the first show with the theatre’s new lighting system.
“My Son is Crazy-But Promising” will be running from July 15-17, 22-25.
All show times are 7:30 p.m.
The play is about a low budget Hollywood screenwriter, Bud, who gives up his career to buy a ramshackle motel, The Ritz Apache Lodge, to find the fabled lost Dutchman Mine that would make him a millionaire. Once he arrives, he finds The Ritz Apache has a few interesting inhabitants: a lady that is friends with space people, tourists who mistake the motel for the Ritz in Paris, an emotional mobster and his “finance” Chi Chi Vazoom.
The pot starts boiling over when Bud’s eccentric actor mother and agent arrive.
Did we mention the state lottery, the FBI, a mysterious flight bag, and the corpse on roller skates?
This show is suitable for all ages. Ticket prices are $8 for adults and $5 for children.
The theatre is located at 30 Main Street, Bryson City.
For more information, call (828)488-8227.