We've been trying to present The Kitchen Witches for almost two years now. Unfortunately, we were thwarted by the equivalent of a deadly spell from an evil witch in the form of Covid-19. But we're back and we can assure you that, irritating as they may be to each other, you will find our witches more delightful than dreadful.
We, the Bigfork Community Players, are determined to do community theater well. A performance should leave the actors proud for having left the audience delighted. Hearty laughter at the comic lines is essential. Tears at the touching moments are appreciated. Rapt silence at the climactic conclusion is expected. But that’s not enough. When the final lights go out or the final curtain falls, the audience has to be changed for the better. Changed in the sense of being excited to live life fuller or relieved that, compared to the characters onstage, their own life decisions have been wiser. Shared experience makes us closer, makes us a community. Community theater provides shared experience.
We hope that you have gotten your vaccination and that you are protected from the evil spell of Covid. If not, we ask that you wear a mask while you attend our performance. It is our desire that you be entertained by our performance. It is our mandate to keep you safe while we entertain you.