‘Church Basement Ladies Sequel’ to open July 26
AMANA — They’re servin’ it up again in the church basement kitchen of East Cornucopia Lutheran Church of the Prairie. “A Second Helping: The Church Basement Ladies Sequel” opens July 26 on the Main Stage in Amana.
The year is 1969, and the world, Pastor Gunderson and the ladies are a changin’ among the Vietnam War protests. Inspired by the books of Janet Letnes Martin and Suzann Nelson, including the best seller “Growing Up Lutheran,” this all-new production will be sure to keep audiences laughing at the over-the-top antics and heartwarming humor that goes on in this rural Minnesota church basement kitchen.
The cast consists of Kamille Zbanek of Ely, Kay Francis of Naples, Fla., Deborah Kennedy of West Amana, Nikki Savitt of Arlington Heights, Ill., and Sean McCall of Marengo. Written by Greta Gorsch with music and lyrics by Dennis Curley and Drew Jansen, “A Second Helping” is directed by Curt Wollen under the musical direction of Becky Barrett-Jones. The show is rated Theatre G and runs through Sept. 2.
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