“The Portnow Trilogy” is returning to Waycross at the Okefenokee Heritage Center, produced by Purlie Productions. Written by the well-known Waycrossan Barbara Griffin, who is also its lead actress, the three-part comedic play tells the story of an elderly couple who find each other in a nursing home and begin to find new hope in their lives. This production will be offered as a “Picnic Dinner Theater”; the audience is encouraged to bring a picnic basket and they will be provided with a table and the tableware to enjoy their meal in style. The play will run May 3rd at 7 PM, May 4th at 7 PM, and May 5th at 2:30 PM.
Tickets are $10 for general admission and $15 to have a seat at a picnic table, and all seats will include tablecloths, napkins, paper plates, utensils and wine glasses.
To reserve an entire table (up to 6 seats) is $75. There are only 36 tickets available per night so get your tickets soon. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 912.285.4260 for more information.
Pictured Barbara Griffin and Lamar Deal of Waycross.
“Dracula” by Steven Dietz, from the novel by Bram Stoker, with permission of Dramatists Play Service, will open Halloween night, October 31, at the Warehouse building at the Okefenokee Heritage Center.