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Musical ‘Four Play’ onstage this weekend

Equity actors Bill Carmichael,  Richard Koons,  Chuck Muckle and  Barry Pratt take a break after a recent rehearsal of “Four Play: The Musical” which debuts at the Charles Wood Theater in a four-show run April 3 through April 6. The musical has been described as the male version to ‘Menopause: The Musical,’ tracking four men from their college years through middle-age, conveying their candid conversations about health, relationships, aspirations and life’s quirks.
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Equity actors Bill Carmichael, Richard Koons, Chuck Muckle and Barry Pratt take a break after a recent rehearsal of “Four Play: The Musical” which debuts at the Charles Wood Theater in a four-show run April 3 through April 6. The musical has been described as the male version to ‘Menopause: The Musical,’ tracking four men from their college years through middle-age, conveying their candid conversations about health, relationships, aspirations and life’s quirks. Courtesy photo

— The Wilsons are providing free refreshments during the intermission of the shows — Instead of a charge, donations will be collected and handed over to the cancer screening services of Glens Falls Hospital.

Starring in the play are actors Bill Carmichael, Richard Koons, Chuck Muckle, Barry Pratt and Melissa Bayern. The show is directed by Avery Babson with musical direction by John Benware and Equity Stage Manager Sara Friedman. Biographies of the actors and more information can be found at: www.fourplaythemusical.com

Show times in Glens Falls are 7 p.m. Thursday April 3, Friday April 4 and Saturday April 5, plus a Sunday matinée April 6 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $30 and are on sale at the Wood Theater box office, which can be contacted at 874-0800. For more details, see: www.woodtheater.org.

The show’s tour continues April 11 to 13 with a dinner theater at the Clayton Opera House; May 2 and 3 at Lake Placid Center for the Arts; and May 23, 24, 30 and 31 at Siena College — Rick Wilson’s alma mater. The final show of its inaugural run is to be presented June 7 during the college’s 40th reunion, which is where the play itself also concludes.

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