This is the last weekend for ProArts "Bermuda Avenue Triangle," the hilarious comedy written by Renee Taylor and Joseph Bologna.
The last four shows will run Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 24 to 27.
Two widows are set up in an upscale Las Vegas retirement condo by their career-oriented daughters. Trapped by years of unhappiness, Fanny weeps and Tess does nothing but complain. But that all changes when these two ladies cross paths with a charming scoundrel, Johnny Paolucci, who rocks both their worlds. Fanny and Tess undergo a grand metamorphosis from being two, unhappy, complaining biddies into a pair of glamorous golden girls. The morale of the story: "There may be snow on the roof, but there's still fire in the furnace."
(Left to right) Sharyn Stone, Gary Shin-Leavitt and Barbara Sedano star in Bermuda Avenue Triangle.
"Bermuda Avenue Triangle" features the best of Maui talent, including Barbara Sedano, Sharyn Stone, Angela Thompson, Sharleen Lagattuta, Scott Newman and Gary Shin-Leavitt.
The show is directed by Kristi Scott, with costumes designed by Sarah Loney, scenery created by Caro Walker and lighting provided by Bonnie Prucha.
Jonathan Lehman is ProArts' producer.
"Bermuda Avenue Triangle" performances will be held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m.
ProArts offers reserved seats at $22. Kama'aina night with discounts for Hawai'i residents is scheduled Thursday, Oct. 24.
The intimate ProArts Playhouse is located at the Azeka - Makai Shopping Center, 1280 S. Kihei Road in Kihei.
The Playhouse is air conditioned with 82 reserved seats. Free parking and nearby restaurants are plentiful.
The ProArts' art gallery currently features the work of Linda Ewing and Caro Walker.
Call 463-6550 for tickets or more information.