“Savannah Sipping Society”, the second production in Carriage House Players’ 32nd season, opens next week.
This humorous play is by the same writers as “Southern Hospitality”, “Dixie Swim Club” and “Mama Won’t Fly”.
“Savannah Sipping Society” will be performed on Friday, April 19, Saturday, April 20, Friday, April 26, and Saturday, April 27, at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln County Museum. There are no Thursday night performances of this production.
Tickets are on sale now at CHP ticket outlets: Bagley & Bagley Insurance, Carter’s Drug Store and The Flower House. You may reserve tickets by calling the CHP ticket hotline at 931-433-1300. Tickets are $15 for adults and $8 for students.
This productions is directed by Brenda Wilkes, assisted by Mickey Johnson and Sara Jo Pierce. Starring in this play are Tana Adams, Brandi Barnes, Dona Hartman and Tiffany Quick.
This play centers around three women from different aspects of life who come together and form a club of friends. They get together every week and talk a lot and enjoy a drink or two.
Randa Covington, played by Tana Adams, is a driven architect from a socially prominent family who has just been fired from her job. Earthly and boisterous, Marlafaye, played by Tiffany Quick, has recently been divorced, moved from Texas to Savannah and changed jobs. Dot Haigler, played by Donna Hartman, is recently widowed and is dealing with losing her eye sight. They all meet Jinx Jenkins, played by Brandi Barnes, who comes into their lives as a life coach to help the ladies find what will really make them happy.