Arsenic and Old Lace on stage in Santa Clara

March 15, 2014 by  

The story of ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ will be on stage in Santa Clara this weekend and tells the tale of the nephew who believes he is someone famous.

This show is a must-see for people who enjoy charm and innocence, and poster printing might have been chosen to promote it to people in this community and the surrounding areas, as well as to display info about the play at the venue.

When this story opens, the audience will meet the innocent and charming ladies who find their cellar to be the best place to spread rumours about the people in their community. They are joined by a nephew, filled with antics and comedic timing, who believes himself to be Teddy Roosevelt, while the other nephews join the cast and the comedy.

The play was written by Joseph Kesselring Warburton and admission to see it is $16 per adult, $13 per senior over 55, and $10 per student under 22.

Arsenic and Old Lace will be performed on March 15, 20, 21, and 22 at 8pm. A matinee performance can be seen on March 16 at 2:30 pm.

The place to be is the Triton Museum, Hall Pavilion, located at 1511 Warburton Avenue in Santa Clara, California. To learn more, please visit the SC Players website or call the box office.