Summerland presents romantic comedy, 100 Lunches

100 Lunches is non-stop fun, romance and explosive hilarity.

  • Oct. 27, 2012 3:00 p.m.

The Summerland Singers and Players present 100 Lunches—A Gourmet Comedy by Jack Sharkey and Leo W. Sears.

100 Lunches-will run on the Janet Ritchie Centre Stage in Summerland Nov. 1-4.

Successful mystery playwright Chuck Reynolds has had his plays lauded by all critics except Charity Starr. When she shows up at his home and has the unmitigated gall to ask his expert help in writing a play of her own, Chuck fiendishly agrees but insists that their teacher/pupil sessions be held over lunch with Charity footing the bill at the most expensive restaurants in New York City.

Lunatic waiters provide a uniquely hilarious touch to these meetings. Love blossoms despite the scheming of Chuck’s amorous neighbour. Charity’s play opens on Broadway and she finds out what it’s like to be a target for all her critical confreres.

100 Lunches is non-stop fun, romance and explosive hilarity.

Tickets are $15 ($12 students and seniors) for Nov. 1 preview night and $18  ($15 students and seniors) for the other dates.

Curtain time for evening performances is 8 p.m. with a matinee on Nov. 4 at 2 p.m.

Tickets are available at Summerland Indulgences and Good Omens Coffee House and in Penticton at Dragon’s Den on Front Street.

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