Enjoy a picnic in Sylvan Park and be entertained by “One Stage at a Time.” On July 31 at 6 p.m. and August 1 at 1 p.m., Lanesboro Community Theater will present three short one-act plays, interspersed with lively music, a reading about a man almost going over our own Lanesboro Dam, jokes, a sing-a-long, an appearance by Ole and Lars, a monologue about beer cans, and other surprises. Bring your own picnic, settle in on your socially distanced blanket, and savor the show while you dine.
In one of the short plays, a man who can’t feel pain gets hit by an ironing board and discovers something new about life.
A woman comes back to her home town to answer a question a man asked her many years ago in another of the short plays.
Dog Tales, written by local playwright Ruth Furan, will bring smiles to all dog lovers’ hearts.
Heidi Dybing’s singalong will remind everyone how much we love singing together.
Experience the magic of theater on a summer evening or a breezy afternoon. Come prepared to laugh, sing, and feel the way stories help us share the intensity of life.
Friends of the Lanesboro Library will be selling popcorn. Bottled water and soft drinks will be available.
In the event of rain, the show will go on at Discovery Church, just across the street from Sylvan Park.
Freewill donations are much appreciated.