'I Bet Your Life' you'll get some laughs
Comedy will be presented over next 2 weekends
DANVILLE — The Red Mask Players will present the comedy "I Bet Your Life" this and next weekend at the Kathryn Randolph Theater, 601 N. Vermilion St.
Curtain times are 8 p.m. this and next Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. both Sundays.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for patrons 60 and older and $10 for students.
To reserve tickets call 442-5858 or visit redmaskplayers.com.
The theater company gives this synopsis:
"'I Bet Your Life' is a comedy laced with a hint of mystery. There is a hit man coming to dinner, but who is it? It's up to Greg to find out.
"His best friend, Matt, has set up an evening of surprises. Stacy, Greg's secretary, can't believe Matt pulled this stunt just to prove his new script about a hired hit man is believable. But there is a deadline, and things get out of control very quickly.
"Who is the hit man? Or is it a hit person? Is it Laura, the surly cook? Or is it Burton, the last minute plumber? Could it be Lila Langforth, the overly friendly actress? Maybe it's Gerta, the nature-loving author. It could even be one of the two neighbors invited to dinner."
The cast includes Jamie DeVore, Andrew Puhr, Andrew Werner, Mimi Myers-Saylor, Sue Daugherty, Dave Techtow, Debbie Prentice, Jim Rodgers and Lisa Richter.
The play is directed by Drake Taylor.