The Warner Robins Little Theatre is proud to present its third show of the fall season, Baggage.
Baggage is the story of two people, both single and both trying to get over their previous relationships, who mix up their luggage at the airport. Their first meeting is unpleasant, but a friendship begins that eventually blossoms into more. Katie Manning is directing Baggage for the Little Theatre. The cast comprises Phyllis, played by Karen Harkins; Bradley, played by David Hightower; Mitzi, played by Kelly Monaghan and Dr. Alexander, played by Driscoll Clemons.
They are both disagreeable people, Phyllis and Bradley, Manning said, and as they sort out their baggage, they realize that they both arent good with relationships and decided to practice on each other to have one and fall in love.
The story is a comedy but with a couple of lessons along the way.
They both learn to accept people as they are, Manning said. If a relationship is meant to be, it will be.
With only four people in the cast, the pressure is on, according to Manning, who is in her fifth season of directing for the Warner Robins Little Theatre.
Our last show had a larger cast. We like to mix the season up, big cast, then little cast. I think it is more challenging to direct with a smaller cast. First there is just the amount of dialogue the cast has to learn -- with only four people it is not spread out as much. Plus with just four people, each person stands out, so they have got to have their character perfected.
Also, mark your calendars for the Warner Robins Little Theatres fall fundraiser performance of Off Book by Cochran playwright Andy Davidson. To be held Nov. 22-24, the Warner Robins Little Theatres production will mark the first time Off Book has ever been performed. Mannings daughter, Cheryl Lindstrom will be directing Off Book
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