'Going To Come Back' by St. Thomas playwright Susan Hunter
Here's the sequel to last year's popular 'Catch & Keep,' but a hilarious comedy to come enjoy, even if you did not see the original!
THURSDAY, May 10: Popular Pay-As-You-Can-Night, 8 p.m.
FRIDAY'S: May , 11 & 18 - 8 p.m.
SATURDAY'S: May 12, & 19 - 8 p.m.
SUNDAY'S: May 13 & 20 - 2 pm.
A Hilarious Comedy: One year after inheriting The Catch & Keep, an old St Thomas Manor Home, we return to find the sage island woman, Nevilina, still cheerfully helping Bo run the guest house. Bo has had quite a year, missing her old friend and life, while learning how fit in and get things done, island style.
As they prepare for a wedding in the guest house garden, they are hit with a couple of Nature's tropical surprises...a small earthquake to really shake things up and the news a big storm is headed for the island. But more urgently... they are running out of time to renew Bo's old car's inspection sticker and a mouse shows that he likes cake. A lot.
Their guest's misguided agendas and learning why the Catch & Keep has had its young ghost for several generations just adds to the melee' of a few days of vacation in Paradise.
Welcome, again, to the Catch & Keep, where everyone is just...for a bit...goin' ta come back.
New Playwrights Festival: Saturday, May 26 - FREE ATTENDANCE FOR ALL. Adult and children entries of original, never produced plays. All VI residents are eligible, in both youth and adult categories. Deadline for submissions is MONDAY, APRIL 30, to email@example.com. Questions call (340) 775-7877
2017-18 Pistarckle is pleased to have launched our 2017-18 Season with just one month's delay post-Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Plays presented to date include: The Color Purple; The Last Five Years; The Best Christmas Pageant Ever!, and season opener - Alternative Facts by St. Thomas playwright Matthew Hamilton-Kraft