Harp Players to donate proceeds from ‘Rumors’
WASHINGTON, Iowa — Rehearsals are underway for Neil Simon’s “Rumors,” the newest Harp Players Theatre Group/Washington Community Theater production.
The plot concerns four couples who gather at the home of a friend for a dinner party, and everything goes wrong.
“It’s a very funny show,” said director Ed Colby. “We’re having a lot of fun with it already, and we hope local audiences will truly enjoy it.”
In the cast are Lori Wiley, Greg Wiley, Lisa Krotz, Mike Tschantz, Cindy Seberg, Tom Dawson, Brandi Glaspie, Michael McNurlen, Dan Kitchen and Elise Crone.
The Harp Players is a group of local performers who have been putting on comedies and donating their profits to local charities since 1999.
Harp Players’ profits from this production will be donated to Camp REECE.
Camp REECE is a week-long camp for children and adults with disabilities held each summer at Lake Darling Youth Center. It provides a safe outdoor camping experience to persons with disabilities ages 5 to 80. The camp is attended by more than 100 campers each year. It is staffed and run primarily by volunteers.
Camp REECE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Washington, Iowa. It relies heavily upon local donations to keep its fees to campers as low as possible.
Performances of “Rumors,” are March 10, 11, 17, and 18 at the Washington Community Center.