Drama Club—Three Questions???

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The Robson Ranch Drama Club performed three plays, which asked the audience: Who’s in Charge? Who Dun It? Who’s Sam Johnson?

A combination of comedy and life experiences, the audience was led through lighthearted fun and reflection on real life. The plays were:

Complaint Department and Lemonade, written by Kamron Klitgaard. Taking on everything from Oreo icing to dead TVs, this comedy starred Frankie Germany, Tom Gunther, Belynda Figueriedo, Jere Bone, Julia Grier, Tony Kura, Fran Hackley, and Kathy Jacobs.

Café Murder, written by Nathan Hartswick, tells the story of four sisters out celebrating the birthday of their annoying, hypochondriac sister, convinced she’s allergic to water. Starring Tony Kura, Frankie Germany, Tammy Pickard, Robin Bernier, Andrea Fisher, Ronda Gunther, Don Taylor, Jere Bone, and Tom Gunther.

Cheating Death, written by Kamron Klitgaard. Death comes to visit a mental hospital to collect someone on his list. A drama-comedy, it starred Ronda Gunther, Tammy Pickard, Kathy Jacobs, Vicki Parr, Don Taylor, Alan Stark, and Doug Akins.

Doug Akins directed the plays, with assistance from Alan Stark for Cheating Death. All actors and crew are Robson Ranch residents. The performance was produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Englewood, Colo.

The crew behind the scenes were David Blassingame, Mary Ornberg, Katherine Vess, Mary Fabian, Barb Cummins, Janie Farnsworth, Shirley Waterhouse, Rick Scanlan, Teresa Blackburn-Korn, Grace Jenkins, and Lisa Locke.

If you want more information about the RR Drama Club, please contact Club President Mary Ornberg at [email protected]. Proceeds from ticket sales and donations are used to purchase equipment. The next performance will be Oct. 22.