The Dixie Swim Club floats into Weatherford May 31

Posted Tuesday, May. 28, 2013  comments  Print Reprints

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What happens when five friends from a college swim team reunite every year well into their adult lives? In The Dixie Swim Club,you get the answer - a lot of laughs and the story of five women who, despite their changing lives, remain friends well into their 70s.

In this play, written by the dynamic comedy trio Jones, Hope, Wooten, a series of four reunions over the course of 33 years provides the audience with the types of characters that are exactly like the folks we know in our own lives - even if we don’t want to admit it. Though some of the women experience hardships and bumps in their lives, The Dixie Swim Club is a warm and lighthearted play about loyalty and friendship that transcends age and the amount of time after college.

The Dixie Swim Club is directed by Cynthia Daniels and Assistant Director is Hank Minor. The cast includes Julie Campbell, Selita Sprunger, Laurie Jones, Naomi Henley and Debra Gass.

The production runs May 31 through June 16. Performances are held on Friday and Saturday nights at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12, $10 for students and seniors or $9 for Sunday matinee. Reserve your tickets by calling 817-341-8687 or charge tickets at https://buy.ticketstothe Star-Telegram Press Pass is accepted on Friday nights only. TOTS is located at 114 N. Denton in Weatherford.

And, ladies, Sundays are “Sunhat Sundays!” Wear your favorite sunhat at a Sunday performance during the run of The Dixie Swim Club and receive a special treat from the cast.

Theatre Off The Square is an all-volunteer organization and relies on ticket sales and donations to support its productions. If you'd like to join in the fun, please contact the Theatre through the Box Office number above.

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