The opening performance of Arsenic and Old Lace has been moved from
Thursday, February 16 to Saturday, February 18, at 2:00 pm. This change is
made due to recent inclement weather conditions in Whatcom County which have
caused several rehearsal cancellations. Delaying the opening will allow the
cast and crew necessary time to prepare and present a production meeting the
high quality standards you have come to expect from the Lynden Performing
Arts Guild. Thank you for understanding, and we look forward to seeing you
at the show!
Want to usher for Arsenic and Old Lace? Follow this link and sign up!
Tickets for Arsenic and Old Lace are now available at Brown Paper Tickets!
Follow this link to purchase yours today!
The theatre box office will open on February 7, and will be open Tuesday
through Friday, 1:00 to 3:00 pm until March 3.
Joseph Kesselring’s Arsenic and Old Lace is an uproariously funny classic of
American theatre, a high-spirited dark comedy that has pleased audiences for
over 75 years: Two spinster Aunts whose hobby is homicide, a nephew who
thinks he is Teddy Roosevelt, a murderous second nephew recently escaped
from a prison for the criminally insane, and a “normal” third nephew trying
to protect his aunts from harm and keep the police from becoming too
interested in what’s in the cellar – while struggling to maintain his
romance with the minister’s daughter.
Don’t miss this high-energy comedy!