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Russell Community Theater Presents Cheating Cheaters April 17-21

Cheating Cheaters CastRussell Community Theater opens its 2018 season with Cheating Cheaters from April 17 through 21.

RCT volunteer Bob Roe steps into the director chair once again and is working with one of two John Patrick scripts to be produced this season. His cast includes RCT veterans Crystal Craig and Randyll Smith and three actors new to the RCT stage, Justin Ashlaw, Megan Koetkemeyer and Sandy Ochampaugh.

In Cheating Cheaters, Theresa and Angelica have been impersonating nuns and begging for donations in order to send their orphaned niece to art school. A cat burglar plans to steal their ill-gotten gains and a suspicious policeman arrives to investigate the sisters. What might be the beginning of big trouble turns out to be the beginning of big opportunities.

When the young art student turns up unannounced, the sisters decide to clean up their act. But before the adventure is over, the aunts realize their niece is not quite as innocent as she seems – and they'll all reap the rewards of her secret talents.

Performances run Tuesday through Saturday, April 17 to 21 at the RCT Playhouse at 5th and Kansas in Russell. Showtime is 8 PM each night. Admission is $12 or by season ticket.

Cheating Cheaters is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.

Russell Community Theater is a non-profit theater company in Russell. The sole purpose of RCT is to produce theater for the community and the surrounding area. Completely volunteer-driven, RCT is supported financially solely through ticket admissions and gifts from those supportive of community theater. Since its inception in 1986, RCT has presented 92 full-scale theatrical productions. For more information, call 785-483-4057. Find them on Facebook.

(Information and photo courtesy RCT. Pictured, seated: Sandy Ochampaugh and Crystal Craig, standing: Randyll Smith, Justin Ashlaw and Megan Koetkemeyer.)

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