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Blackwood Players Inc

When:

Fri 15 Nov 2013, 8:00pm–10:30pm
Sat 16 Nov 2013, 8:00pm–10:30pm
Fri 22 Nov 2013, 8:00pm–10:30pm
Sat 23 Nov 2013, 8:00pm–10:30pm
Sun 24 Nov 2013, 4:00pm–6:30pm
Fri 29 Nov 2013, 8:00pm–10:30pm
Sat 30 Nov 2013, 8:00pm–10:30pm

Where: Blackwood 21, 21 Coromandle Parade, Belair, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $20.00
  • Concession: $18.00
  • Groups of 10 or more: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Blackwood Players Inc are pleased to be performing Morland Cary's classic melodrama Love Rides The Rails or Will The Mail Train Run Tonight? at the Blackwood Memorial Hall. Directed by Erik Strauts and Assistant Director Kathy Strauts.

Come prepared to 'boo' the Villan, 'cheer' the Hero and 'sigh' with the heroine as Blackwood Players take you to the rail road in this production suitable all ages.

Simon Darkway seeks to control for his own vile purposes the Walker Valley, Pine Bush & Pacific R.R. Opposing him are the gallant Truman Pendennis, the beauteous Prudance Hopewell, the Widow Hopewell, and staunch Harold Standfast. Assisting him are Dirk Sneath, a viper of a man, and Carlotta Cortez, the sultry siren with a heart of gold.

Swiftly and hilariously the plot unfolds, leading to a tremendous climax when the hero is bound by the villains to the tracks in the path of an on-rushing train; but the heroine arrives in the nick of time. She stops the train and virtue stands triumphant while the evil-doers get their just deserts. The final scene closes in a blaze of glory as Prudence, flagging the onrushing train with her hastily discarded red skirt, bravely shouts: “Shall prudish modesty send those men to their death? No, no, a thousand times No.”