Putt it down. And no, that’s not a typo but rather a play on words. But at a media call earlier this week I had to ask Alison Darcy who is directing Norm Foster’s ‘hijinks on the links’ comedy, The Ladies Foursome, opening tonight Thursday, June 23, at Hudson Village Theatre, whether she and her four cast members were keen golfers.
Laughed Darcy, “Not at all. In fact, while we have all played a round once in a while over the years, it was Eleanor Noble, who had audiences in stitches during HVT’s Wife Begins at Forty two summers ago and who plays Dory, who showed us how to hopefully convince the audience that we are real golfers. If only on the stage.”
Having seen a sneak preview of some scenes on Tuesday, June 21, they sure had me convinced!
First performed and an instant hit at the Upper Canada Village Playhouse in July, 2014, and running at HVT through July 10, it all takes place when a threesome – namely Connie, Margot, and Tate – gathers on the tee with a newcomer, Dory, to play a round in honour of their recently dearly-departed regular.
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