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Theatrical Farce to Be Staged in Penn College Auditorium

The cast and crew of a theatrical comedy at Pennsylvania College of Technology that was rescheduled from fall are set to entertain the community.

“Run for Your Wife,” Ray Cooney’s farce about a London cab driver who has two lives, two wives and a very precise schedule to keep it all straight! will be presented at 7:30 p.m. March 31 and April 1-2 in the Klump Academic Center Auditorium. Admission is free to Penn College students and employees; tickets for the general public are $5 each at the door.

Ready to take the stage are Penn College students Emily Carella, Rachelle N. Horning, Eric J. Palanko, Michael C. Snyder and Scott T. Stofko. Performers also include Chad T. Lower, an instructor of mathematics at the college, and Alexander Lundberg (who was recruited in mid-November after an original cast member withdrew from the show due to other commitments).

The production is presented through the college’s Student Activities Office and is directed by the Community Theatre League’s Jacquie Engel, who has staged student shows at Penn College for the past two seasons: “tick “¦ tick “¦ BOOM!” in 2008 and last year’s “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” (which also featured Carella, Lower and Lundberg).

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