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‘Lone Star,’ ‘Laundry and Bourbon’ coming to The Main

Caption info: The cast of “Lone Star” and “Laundry and Bourbon,” from left: Val Boss, Peter Schiavelli, Hailey Tucker Graves, Travis Quentin, Matthew Deegan and Kay Verity. Courtesy photo.
Caption info: The cast of “Lone Star” and “Laundry and Bourbon,” from left: Val Boss, Peter Schiavelli, Hailey Tucker Graves, Travis Quentin, Matthew Deegan and Kay Verity. Courtesy photo.
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Two classic one-act comedies written by the late James McLure are coming to The Main in Old Town Newhall for a two-weekend run starting May 10. 

The plays tell the story of a small 1970s Texas town from two very different perspectives.  

In the first play, “Laundry and Bourbon,” Elizabeth, Hattie and Amy Lee share a daily tradition of sipping bourbon, folding laundry and swapping local gossip about the men in act two. 

In the second play, “Lone Star,” the audience meets the men of the same town: Roy, his younger brother Ray, and Cletis. They are set up outside a local bar sharing tales of their glory days. Roy, however, is a Vietnam veteran and has problems of his own. 

The production, directed and produced by Eric Clarke, opens May 10-12 for two weekends through May 17-19. Showtimes are 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets ($18-$20) available at the door or at LoneStar.eventbrite.com

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