Gearing up for opening night
PREPARE to be stuck to your seats as the curtain goes up on a performance of three one-act plays by the talented Camross Drama Group.
Months of rehearsal are now at an end for 'Semper Fidelis' and 'Cough, I Wudda sang Madam Butterfly', both written by Henry Hudson, along with 'Strawberry Jam' by Bruce Fisk.
The feast of drama can be seen this Friday night, October 21 in Taghmon/Camross GAA Complex and at the Stanville Lodge Hotel on Sunday, October 23.
The two comedies will be presented at St. Michael's Theatre, New Ross on Friday, October 28 and Carrigon-Bannow Community Centre on Wednesday, November 2. The curtain will rise each night at 8 p.m. Audiences will have a chance to see the drama group in action before they embark on the drama competition circuit.
'Semper Fidelis' directed by Pat Sinnott with a cast comprising Mary Brown, Paddy O' Gorman and Pat himself, will be the Camross entry in the One Act Festivals this year, with the group travelling to Kilmallock, Cork, Goresbridge, Prosperous, Kildare and Gorey.
'Strawberry Jam' and 'Cough, I Wudda sang Madame Butterly' will be their back-up plays, to be peformed as fundraisers.