If you enjoy physical comedy, slapstick antics, descriptive metaphors, and subtle (or not so subtle) innuendos, this weekend’s Flat River Community Players (FRCP) production of “What the Bellhop Saw” is for you.
Playwrights Billy VanZandt and Jane Milmore skillfully guide the zany characters through a series of miscommunications and untimely mishaps, as separate guests in a luxurious hotel unwittingly find themselves intertwined in danger. In his directorial debut for FRCP, Dennis Hess hopes that the audience will “laugh their fool heads off!”
After 21 months, community theater is back in Greenville with the Flat River Community Players (FRCP) debut of Neil Simon’s “London Suite.”
Director Kent Schuster credits the choice of this weekend’s play to a lucky find/purchase at the Lakeview library used book sale. Schuster, (who also plays the unwitting bellman in the play), read the book and thought it would be a great play for FRCP to perform.
The Flat River Players are back with “London Suite” by America’s premier comic playwright, Neil Simon. This show is a suite of hilarious comedies set in the deluxe suite of a London Hotel.
In Scene One we see the skit “Settling Accounts.” A Welsh writer is holding his longtime business manager at gun point. The villain concocts crazier and crazier stories to explain why the writer’s bank accounts are empty and the manager was caught in Heathrow airport with a case of cash.
The Flat River Community Players (FRCP) presented the Hilda M. Sorvari Memorial FRCP Scholarship to two area graduating seniors for 2021.
Each recipient of a $500 award demonstrated interest in the performing arts, not necessarily as a career choice but at least as an activity they would plan to participate in as an adult.