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Pinching Petunias–a new comedy
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Date/Time
Friday, June 13th 2014
12:00 am

Location
Carysbrook Performing Arts Center

Langoom Productions present
“Pinching Petunias”
On July 3, 1965, Frank Louvado, a sixty-four-year old from Brooklyn, steps from an abandoned trailer at the Peach Grove Trailer Court in Crozet, Virginia suffering from a hangover. As the morning unfolds, his sobering encounters with a precocious twelve-year-old, an overly friendly neighbor, and a hot-tempered mechanic lead him to a chance meeting with fifty-nine-year old Estelle Purvis. Will love bloom this late in the game for these two strangers or will Estelle’s stubborn streak keep her root bound in her ways? “Pinching Petunias,” a new comedy by Scottsville native Langden Mason, is a funny, heartwarming story of North meeting South in the foothills of the Blueridge Mountains.
Friday, June 13 and 20 and Saturday, June 14 and 21 at 7:30 PM
Sunday, June 15 and 22 at 3:00 PM
Carysbrook Performing Arts Center
8880 James Madison Hwy, Fork Union, VA 23055
Tickets: $12 Presale, $15 Door, $10 Students

For Presale go to www.carysbrook.org and order online; or call 434-842-1333 and leave a message.

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