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Mustard, Peacock showing their skills


The role of Col. Mustard in Clue: The Musical is the first adventure with Ennis Public Theater for Lloyd Turner, left, and he is very excited about working with this theater and friend, Shelley Aubrey, again. He has acted and directed at other theaters in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including Mesquite, Garland, Rockwall, Plano, Richardson, and Duncanville.  His last time on stage was in Rockwall in To Kill A Mockingbird, as Bob Ewell. The role of Mrs. Peacock is being played by Darlene Pleiner, right, a native and current resident of Ennis. “I started in theater when I was six and was in the senior Christmas play at St. John School, The Littlest Angel,” Pleiner said. “I fell in love with theater then and did some more plays and musicals while in school. About 30 years and five children later I came back to theater, although a bit apprehensive, but still loved it. Theater is challenging and fulfilling.  There is nothing like hearing the applause and the laughter to get your adrenalin going”.  Past performances include Nunsense, The Odd Couple, Female Version, The Nerd, Suds, and The Hallelujah Girls, just to name a few.   Call 972-878-7529 to make reservations. Shows are at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2:30 p.m. Sundays through February 23.

The role of Col. Mustard in Clue: The Musical is the first adventure with Ennis Public Theater for Lloyd Turner, left, and he is very excited about working with this theater and friend, Shelley Aubrey, again. He has acted and directed at other theaters in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including Mesquite, Garland, Rockwall, Plano, Richardson, and Duncanville. His last time on stage was in Rockwall in To Kill A Mockingbird, as Bob Ewell.
The role of Mrs. Peacock is being played by Darlene Pleiner, right, a native and current resident of Ennis. “I started in theater when I was six and was in the senior Christmas play at St. John School, The Littlest Angel,” Pleiner said. “I fell in love with theater then and did some more plays and musicals while in school. About 30 years and five children later I came back to theater, although a bit apprehensive, but still loved it. Theater is challenging and fulfilling. There is nothing like hearing the applause and the laughter to get your adrenalin going”. Past performances include Nunsense, The Odd Couple, Female Version, The Nerd, Suds, and The Hallelujah Girls, just to name a few.
Call 972-878-7529 to make reservations. Shows are at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2:30 p.m. Sundays through February 23.

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