BWW Reviews: BLT's Foxy Foxes in FOX ON THE FAIRWAY

BWW Reviews: BLT's Foxy Foxes in FOX ON THE FAIRWAY
Pictured (left to right) Bradley Campbell, Courtney Ransom, Chance Fuerstinger, Anna Camille McCreary, Anastasia Van Allen (on the floor) Paul Archibeque
Photos taken by Paul Budge Photography

Boise Little Theatre is at it again. The last show of their 66th season is another Ken Ludwig show (they opened the season with Ken Ludwig's Shakespeare in Hollywood), FOX ON THE FAIRWAY. This fun farce uses play on words more than physical comedy and so it is advertised as a "mature" comedy.

FOXES ON THE FAIRWAY opens and we become aware of a "friendly" game of golf that happens annually between two neighboring country clubs. The president of the club that is hosting the event this year, Henry Bingham played by Bradley Campbell decides to raise the stakes this year in his bet with counterpart Dickie Bell portrayed by Paul Archibald. He had one of the best players on his team. He finds out later after the bet is set, that the best player changed sides.

Meanwhile, Bingham is having a bad day and hired Justin Hicks (Chance Fuerstinger), who, unknown to Bingham, just got engaged to Louise Heinbedder (Anna Camille McCreary) who works in the bar at the country club. With the help of Pamela Peabody a member on the board of the country club, portrayed by Anastasia Van Allen, and with Muriel Bingham, played by Courtney Ransom, there are so many plot twists and turns that you will have to see it to believe it. Oh, and to see who won the "friendly bet".

The audience was having fun and laughing throughout the show. If you would like to have a fun date night, this is a great way to ensure that it is fun!

BWW Reviews: BLT's Foxy Foxes in FOX ON THE FAIRWAY
Pictured: (left to right) Anastasia Van Allen, Anna Camille McCreary, Bradley Campbell
Photo taken by Paul Budge Photography

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Teresa Rodrick My name is Teresa Rodrick, I was born in Edmonds, Washington - grew up in Mountlake Terrace (WA), married a man from Everett (WA) and my folks moved to Lake Stevens (WA). So when asked, I say I am from the Seattle Area. Way back when I was in high school, I was given lines to perform to open a play (I was a choir girl) and I still remember a part of the line: “No one stopped to give him gladsome looks.” I was then in two other plays. From there I married my husband in June 1990. He was military and we moved around a bit. Our children were born during this time. We lived in England for 2 years, Germany for 6 years and moved to San Antonio, Texas. In San Antonio, I decided I had put my own career off long enough and started going to Palo Alto Community College. I got my Associates Degree in Drama in May 2005. From San Antonio, we moved back to England for just over 3 years. I did one stint in community theatre there. From there we moved to Boise, Idaho. I received my Bachelors in Arts in Theatre Arts with an emphasis in Secondary Education in May 2012 from Boise State University.


 
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