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Prairie Arts Center will present comedy show March 8-10

PRINCETON — Comedy antics will leave you in stitches during “6 Rms Rv Vu,” the Prairie Arts Center comedy show. The show will be at 7:30 p.m. March 8 and 9, and 2 p.m. March 10.

The title is New York Times shorthand for an available 6-room apartment with a river view. Two 50 somethings Manhattanites show up to look over this vacant apartment, Anne Miller (Karen Lesman of LaSalle), a bored housewife, and Paul Friedman (Larry Kelsey of Peru), an unhappily married advertising copywriter. The door is accidentally locked, and Anne and Paul are left alone together ... and that's where the plotline — and their relationship — shifts into gear.

Supporting cast includes the crazy custodian, Gary Talsky of Spring Valley, along with the wacky next door neighbor, Karen Rogers of Utica, and spouses, Janet (Jill Marti of Princeton) and Richard (Matt Gerding of LaSalle.) Cameo apperances are made by Princeton's Cheriz Kunkel as a pregnant woman and her husband, Anson Murray. The director for “6 Rms Riv Vu” is Ken Schroeder and the producer is Dixie Schroeder, both of Princeton.

Tickets are $10 and can be reserved by calling the Prairie Arts Center at 815-875-2787 and leaving a message.

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