“An Inspector Calls”

“An Inspector Calls,” by J.B. Priestly, opens at the Love Street Playhouse, 126 Love Street in Woodland this Friday, April 20, for a four weekend run. The play was designed and directed by Ridgefield resident Gregory E. Zschomler.

The classic play, written in 1945, is set in Edwardian England. The proceedings take place on a single night in the spring of 1912, just prior to the launch of the Titanic. The story examines a prosperous middle-class family celebrating the engagement of their daughter to Mr. Gerald Croft, the son of a business rival.

There are major domestic upsets, some surprising twists and turns and some very revealing insights…

But what is really uncovered?

The show will play Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. from April 20 through Mother’s Day, May 13. Tickets, now on sale, range from $11-$15, available at Columbia Bank in Woodland, Minuteman Press in Longview, online at www.lovestreetplayhouse.com or by calling 360.263.6670. This show can best be enjoyed and appreciated by an adult audience.

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