CHAOS AT THE CANNERY
BY GARY MCCARVER
Appropriate for ages 10+ (Please no toddlers or very young children)
Sponsored by Talk O'Texas
August 3-4, 10-12, 16-19
Tickets on sale July 9
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$12 Cheap people seats*
General and Students/Sr/Military include complimentary beer/wine and 1 free small bag of popcorn. General seating will have servers who can run your popcorn/concessions errands for you!~
Located in the back row of the theatre, these seats, while still having a great view, will not come with a free bag of starter popcorn. You still get the complimentary wine/beer, but you do not have servers taking care of your concessions... you gotta get your own stuff.
$1 Sodas and Candy
While we do take debit/credit cards, cash makes the popcorn experience quicker!
The tradition continues with booing, cheering and audience participation as we bring our popcorn throwing melodrama back for a 6th year! Back before the turn of the century … no not this one … the last century. That’s right … the year is 1881 and San Angelo is still one of the last great frontiers. The president is James Garfield, the flag has only 38 stars on it and the one big employer in San Angelo is the local cannery/pickle plant, purveyors of dried fruits, olives and of course their very popular pickled okra. Chaos at the Cannery is the story of a new sheriff, a loyal family and a rowdy town. Mix in an ample amount of mayhem and mystery with a dash of heroes, villains, two generations of heroines, and you’ll get a good idea of what is in store for you.
Now sit back … take off your Stetson … grab a handful of popcorn to throw at the villain and prepare yourself … to return to a day when the men were strong, the liquor was stronger and all the women were heroines … well at least that’s our story and we’re sticking to it.
Rated PG (Recommended for ages 10+, the atmosphere of melodrama is not appropriate for very young children.)
Directed by Sarah Negotevich