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Village Players of Fort Thomas presents theatrical production: Seven Deadly Sins

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Village Players of Fort Thomas presents an original theatrical production,“Seven Deadly Sins,” written by local playwrights Tammy Brady, Teri Foltz, A.K. Forbes, Kenneth Klem, Will Lindsey, and Judy Sceifres.

Performances for this production will be Friday June 30th and Saturday July 1st at 8:00 p.m., and Sunday July 2nd at 3:00 p.m.

These shorts, about the seven deadly sins, show what it means to be human. These seven vicarious sins weave their web in and out of humanity; and it is how this ensemble cast confronts these realities of life that will take you on a journey of discovery. The cast includes Heather Abbott, Dennis Blom, Erica Brady, Meredith Conner, Angela Klocke Forbes, Nathan Henegar, Dan Maloney, Teresa Myers, Chris Payne, and Meredith Strayhorn. This production is directed by Kenneth Klem.

Village Players began in 1966 when members of the Fort Thomas Woman’s Club formed a community theatre department and renovated the lower level of the building to house a unique and intimate 102-seat three-quarter thrust stage. Village Players is a member of KTA, OCTA, ACT-Cincinnati and AACT. Located at 8 North Fort Thomas Avenue in Fort Thomas.

Village Players mounts four productions each year and donates the proceeds of its spring production to charity. For more information, www.villageplayers.biz or 859-392-0500.

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