The Children's Theatre Institute Presents Vaudville's MY HOME, 11/20 - 11/22
The Children's Theatre Institute Presents Vaudville's My Home on Friday, November 20 through Sunday, November 22.
A pair of slick vaudeville veterans on the lam run into hilarious complications when they try to swindle a group of local yokels in The Children's Theatre Institute production of "Vaudeville's My Home."
Set in the 1920s, "Vaudeville's My Home" features two vaudeville troupers who are fleeing New York following their robbery of a theatre box office. They become stranded in the village of Pleasant Corners, Ohio. Broke and hungry, they devise a plan to swindle the locals by convincing them they have enough talent to produce their own vaudeville show to raise money for a new school. The play try-outs are hilarious: Eloise Findley, the rich spinster, recites "The Bells;" the hillbilly McDowell clan give their deadpan rendition of "Little Brown Jug;" and the N.A.G.S. (National Alliance for Good Schools) forms a chorus line.
Fifteen Indianapolis-area middle and elementary school students will perform in the show.
The production takes place in at The Children's Theatre Institute's 300-seat state-of-the-Art Theatre at the Junior Achievement Center, 7435 N. Keystone Ave., Indianapolis.
Tickets are $5. Age 4 and under free.The Children's Theatre Institute is located at 7435 North Keystone Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46240.For more information call 317-251-5100 or visit www.indyarts.org.