Charley’s Aunt Keeps Audiences Rolling

Audiences are taking to social media and sharing their enthusiasm for Vernal Theatre: Live’s latest production that runs through the weekend. Taking a break from musicals, the show, Charley’s Aunt, is an “uproarious comedy...filled with laughs, antics, and mistaken identities.” The weeks leading up to the show have been intense but worth it, says show Director, Mindee Hanberg. Auditions were held over two days in December and practices were held nearly every night until opening last weekend. “We’ve had awesome audiences and that is a major plus,” shares Hanberg. “This play will make your sides split and that’s what a play should do.” Tickets can be purchased at www.vernaltheatre.com with the final showings of Charley’s Aunt being held tonight, Friday and Saturday

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