Have you ever been to a Lake Theatre show in Lake George? If not, this is the year to go!
In honor of its 50th season, the theater company will present a pair of hysterical comedies: Last of the Red Hot Loves and The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby.
Last of the Red Hot Lovers
Written by Neil Simon
Running July 20 to September 2
Middle-aged and married Barney Cashman is determined to join the sexual revolution before it’s too late! With no experience in adultery, he fails miserably at three different seductions. This play was first staged in Lake George in 1972.
The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby
Written by Norm Foster
Running September 14 to October 21
This new comedy is written by Norm Foster, who has been called the “Canadian Neil Simon.” Arrogant businessman James Bell’s car breaks down in Lake Kooshog, effectively stranding him in this sleepy town during their annual fishing derby. James is invited to take part in the derby while he waits for a fuel pump for his car, and he finds he has more to learn from the folks of Lake Kooshog than just fishing.
Tickets & Showtimes
Both plays have evening performances Wednesday through Saturday, with dinner seating at 6:30pm and the show at 8. Matinees are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, with seating at 11:30am and the show at 1pm.
Tickets for the dinner and show are $69 (including tax and tip), and show-only tickets are $40.
Save money by purchasing your tickets early – buy before June 30th and dinner-and-show tickets are $60 ($55 if purchased in blocks of four or more).
Find out how to buy tickets and more information from The Lake Theatre.
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- Times Union: Two productions for Lake Theatre’s 50th Season