Bay St. Louis Little Theatre performing ‘See How They Run’

Bay St. Louis Little Theatre is gearing up for its first play of the year. ‘See How They Run’ opens tonight.

The comedy is high energy, one that will certainly keep the audience laughing. Considered a comedy of misidentification, the play is action packed.

Philip King wrote the first act in 1942 with the final act completed in 1943. The play was first staged in 1944 as entertainment for the troops during World War II. In 1955, it was adapted as a film.

The cast has spent about ten weeks rehearsing and say they’re excited for the curtain to rise tonight. Cast member Cheryl Grace said, “Well, this show is a comedy farce. So, there is nothing funnier than the activity in a comedy that is a farce, the catching of bodies, the throwing of bodies over couches. We have had a lot of fun getting ready for this show.”

The show is Friday and Saturday at 8 and again next Friday and Saturday at 8 with Sunday matinees this week and next at 2 p.m.

Call 228-467-9024 or visit bsllt.org to purchase tickets.

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