Trailer Park to set up camp in Burlington theater

October 14, 2012 by  

In the upcoming ‘Trailer Park’ musical, the kind of chaos usually seen in an episode of Jerry Springer’s well-known show is unveiled in music, telling tales of various love triangles gone astray creating an extremely funny play for mature audiences. With its comical twists and plot turns, it is set in a northern Florida trailer park called Armadillo Acres.

The book for this play was written by Betsy Kelso, who has an amazing sense of humor. The screen play is directed by Pamela Schroeder and music and lyrics are by David Nels. All events in this hilarious show are based around Jeannie, who is an agoraphobic, and her husband – a tollbooth collector. The plot involves Jeannie’s girlfriends, fellow trailer residents, a new tenant, and a stripper with a marker-sniffing boyfriend. With cast members including Deb Davis, Don Fresen, and Robbyn Wilks, this play is not recommended for younger audiences due to its content.

Brochure printing, poster printing, and flyer printing may have been used to advertise and promote this adult play to the residents of this community and surrounding suburbs. Admission is $12 and tickets can be purchased online or up to one hour prior to the performance through the box office.

Trailer Park is to be performed on Friday, October 19, starting at 7:30 at the Malt House Theatre located at 109 N. Main Street in Burlington, Wisconsin. To learn more about this play, please visit the Malt House Theatre website or call the box office during normal business hours.