From review in last week’s print edition: This play is hilarious. The dialog is terse and witty, and the casts’ pace and delivery is impeccable. Audience members kept up a near constant chuckle punctuated by deep belly laughs. Also, don’t be fooled by the all female cast; this is no chick flick transported to the stage. The perspective is feminine, but the themes are universal. And, the poignant moments are presented without sentimentality. This production of The Dixie Swim Club is thoroughly enjoyable. There will be performances over the coming two weekends for you to judge for yourselves.
If you are going:
There is one Sunday matinee remaining at 2 on Feb. 19. The other shows are at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 17, 18, 24 and 25. All performances are at the Tater Patch Players Theater at 95 Philadelphia Lane, which is off Old Philadelphia Road near Wal-Mart. The ticket prices are $15 for adults, $14 for seniors (age 60 and over) and $13 for students. Reserved seat tickets are on sale now on the group’s website at www.taterpatchplayers.org. Seats will also be available starting an hour before show time at the box office. This year, group rates are being offered for parties of 20 or more. Check the website or call the theater at 706-253-2800 to get more information.