'6 Rms Rv Vu' at Prairie Arts Center
PRINCETON — Local adult theater is back in Princeton. Comedy antics will leave you in stitches during the Prairie Arts Center comedy show “6 Rms Rv Vu” at 7:30 p.m. March 8 and 9, and at 2 p.m. March 10.
The title of “6 Rms Rv Vu” is New York Times shorthand for an available six-room apartment with a river view. Two 50-something 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.
“This has been fun as my first experience directing. I couldn't ask for a better cast,” Director Ken Schroeder said. “I have been very blessed with super talented and experienced friends who were willing to come and help us with filling in the supporting roles that always make a show great.”
Newcomer Lesman said she has been feeling "incredibly challenged" by this role.
"It’s the biggest role I have ever had as I haven’t had many big roles as I have only done (theater) for about a year," she said. "I was really, really honored that Ken would trust this role to me. I’ve worked very hard to try to get this right.”
Kelsey also agreed that this show has been interesting,
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