‘Farce of Nature’ entertains theatre-goers

Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Wannelle Wilburn, left, played by Aimee Spangenberg, pines for her husband D. Gene Wilburn, played by Craig Burford, who seems to have more interest in fishing than his wife. The two were characters in the latest SKITS production, “Farce of Nature.”. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com

Wannelle Wilburn, left, played by Aimee Spangenberg, pines for her husband D. Gene Wilburn, played by Craig Burford, who seems to have more interest in fishing than his wife. The two were characters in the latest SKITS production, “Farce of Nature.”.

Maxie Wilburn Suggs, left, played by Sue Klassen, was charged with keeping eccentric Chicago native Carmine Deluca, played by Don Herbert, out of trouble and safe in the witness protection program, part of the “Farce of Nature” plot at the SKITS play Friday. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com
Jenna Sealy, right, played by Michayla Hoffman, tells off her boyfriend Ty Wilburn, played by Andy Miller, after he returned home thinking Sealy had found another man. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com
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