My wife and I have now seen three productions here--the latest being 'It Pays to Advertise'. The Theater Company rents space at this pretty Presbyterian Church near the outdoor Mall in Cape May. They tend to specialize in early 20th century comedies, so it's great to see a little slice of life from a century ago.
All of the actors gave skilled performances. I want to give shout-outs to two of the supporting actors. Matt Baxter Luceno (Rodney Martin) was absolutely hilarious as the son of an industrialist who's not too bright. Maria Silverman (Comtesse De Beaurien) was wonderful jumping back and forth between different accents.
The theater does multiple productions each year. If I were in town in November, I'd seriously consider the Sherlock Holmes radio play.
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