'Vigil' runs through Saturday at ATP
WEST CHESTERFIELD, N.H. -- Canadian playwright Morris Panych's richly dark comedy, "Vigil," concludes its run at the The Actors Theatre Playhouse with performances Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Directed by Terri Storti, "Vigil," is a cautionary tale about a nephew (Kemp), 30-years estranged from his aunt (Grace), who dashes to her home after she tells him she's about to die. The ostensibly mute the old woman doesn't seem quite ready to go, and the nephew soon grows impatient.
Tickets on Thursday are $12, $6 for students; on Friday are $15, $8 for students and $15 for all tickets on Saturday. Call 877-666-1855 for reservations and information. For information, visit www.Actors-Theatre.info.
Alex the Jester performs on Friday
BRATTLEBORO -- Alexander, King of Jesters, will perform his unusual comedy at Living Memorial Park Rotary Outdoor Theater on Friday at 10:30 a.m. Alexander's mischief is aimed at a broad audience. One moment, he's playing recorders in seemingly impossible ways. The next he's juggling jingle bells, jiggling his rubber body or stunning the audience with his sight gags. Throughout the show he speaks a funny sounding gibberish called grammleot. Visit www.alexthejester.com.