CHP's final shows

Nathaniel Merchant’s nightmare about being a young driver who picks up the wrong kind of passenger is among those told in Carriage House Players’ production, “Three Nightmares”. Final performances are set for this week at the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Museum and Civic Center.

Final performances of Carriage House Players’ production, “Three Nightmares”, are set for this week at the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Museum and Civic Center.

The curtains will rise at 7 p.m. for each of the shows, to be staged Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 8-10. Doors open at 6 p.m.

Presented under the direction of Lisa Adams, with Lee Williams assisting, the production includes a series of one-act thrillers that depict the bizarreness of dreams.

The first act, Wake-Up Call, depicts the stress of not having done a major homework assignment. Andrew Dixon plays Jim, the student who has put off doing his homework until it’s too late, and Janie Webb plays Jim’s girlfriend, who has done her homework but has a quite different agenda.

Two other nightmares include the New Margo, which portrays what might disturb someone’s rest if you’ve had a fight with your best friends, and One Lane Bridge, which embodies the worries of a new driver and what he imagines he could encounter on the road.

Tickets, $15 for adults and $8 for students, are available at Bagley & Bagley Insurance, Carter’s Drug Store, The Flower House, or call and leave a message on the CHP hotline at (931) 433-1300 and your tickets will be held at the door.

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