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West Sound Academy Theatre Company Presents: Two Witches, No Waiting

Two Witches, No Waiting

Laugh til you cry with Pat Cooper’s - Two Witches, No Waiting!  West Sound Academy Theatre Company continues its theatre season with this hilarious comedy.  Arlene Marcus and her sister, Elzbeth, are known far and wide in South Texas as friendly, charitable, and a little eccentric. This is understandable because it is also known that they are witches. At least, that's the story, especially the one spread by their housekeeper, Opal Dunn, just before she vanished without a trace...Arlene's son, Jeremy, tries to keep a lid on things by trying to get the sisters to sell their house. And who wants desperately to buy the property? Eustace Sternwood, his fiancée's father. Jeremy already has his hands full, so what happens when he seems to be falling in love with Bonnie, the new housekeeper? And just who is she? And why does she keep making reports to someone over her cell phone? It's a heady brew of twists and turns, where barn owls spy on people through windows, closets fly open and even the house itself seems alive. Of course, it's all par for the course, especially when you have Two Witches, No Waiting.


Veteran performers Abbi Parks ‘24 plays Arlene Marcus, Sophie Bracamonte ‘25  returns to the stage as Bonnie Webster, along with Kenna Wales ‘28 as Kit Sternwood, Kieran Merrifield-Peterman ‘25  playing Eustace Sternwood.  Newcomers to the WSA Stage include Alex Fitch ‘29 as Sherriff Jeb Abercrombie, Elliott Layton ’28 playing her son Jeremy Marcus and newcomer Peyton MIller ‘29 playing her eccentric, sister Elzbeth, and Mackenzie Hoffert as Opal Dunn.   Gretchen Nordleaf-Nelson, directs her eighteenth production for West Sound Academy Theatre Company with Associate Director WSA Alumni, Annika Nordleaf-Nelson ‘18 and the student leadership of stage manager Pearl Croker ‘27.


The production of Two Witches, No Waiting will be performed at West Sound Academy in The Commons (16571 Creative Drive NE Poulsbo, WA 98370) on March 22nd and 23rd, 2024.  Curtain at 7:00 PM. Admission is a suggested donation of $10 per person.  This production is family-friendly for all ages.  For more information and reservations contact Gretchen Nordleaf-Nelson at (360) 598-5954.  This promises to be a wonderful evening of theatre.

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