Allamakee Community Players to present "The Bachelor King" this weekend ...

The Allamakee Community Players will be presenting the Martin A Follose comedy "The Bachelor King" on the stage in the St. John’s Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall in Waukon. Performances are Friday and Saturday, October 13 and 14 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, October 15 at 2 p.m. Tickets are available from any cast member or by calling Kris Larson at 563-380-4531. When poor King Evian uses his last dying words to pass royal succession not to greedy Prince Daft but to Yokel, a foolish hillbilly, everyone agrees Yokel needs a wife to help him run the kingdom. Staging it as a Bachelor competition, his staff brings in eligible ladies to vie for the new king’s hand. Candidates are tested on their abilities in true American Idol fashion, followed by a Survivor challenge, with a little audience participation. Of course, running a kingdom is not easy and Yokel has other problems to deal with, as well.
The production cast includes actors from various area communities of Postville, Waukon, Waterville, McGregor, Decorah, Rossville, Lansing, Wauzeka, WI and Prairie du Chien, WI. Those cast members are pictured above: Left to right - Seated in front: Jada Bushaw as Paula O'Toole, Mike Sanderson as Simon Towel, Kris Larson, Kaira Bushaw, Jonathan Buhl as Yokel, Joeann Tesar as Jane Claxton, Mike Larson, Vickie Larson as Miss Knolls and Barry Mueller as Frederick Pilfer. Standing behind: Sarah Hagen as Agatha Peabody, Mary Beth Specht as Mrs. Priscilla Tradewells-Ayers-Hollander-Morley, Chasity Bushaw as Sally Valley, Kim Gates as Kanisha, Cameron Berges as Prince Daft, Russ Hagen as King Evian, Jon Francois as Mr. Conroy, Esther Walleser, Kate Wooden as Mrs. Weaver, Gwen Schroedel as Lady Greensbrough, Cathy Buhl as Ms. Henry and Barb Hagen as Hazel. Not pictured is Zach Rethwisch. Submitted photo.
 

Rate this article: 
No votes yet