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See 'Charley's Aunt' in the Hill Country

The British farce Charley’s Aunt is currently onstage at Wimberley Playhouse. Originally performed in Suffolk, England in 1892, the play is a classic comedy, with mistaken identities, men in drag, and the sort of fast-paced action you expect from a good farce. 

By far the most enduring work by playwright Brandon Thomas, Charley's Aunt quickly became a classic, enjoying countless productions worldwide in the 122 since its birth. 

In addition to its many professional stagings, Charley's Aunt also became a perennial favorite of high school theater, where a condensed version is often performed as part of UIL one-act play competitions. In fact, two of this production's male leads had previously appeared in the play during their high school years.

Charley's Aunt At Wimberley Playhouse, 450 Old Kyle Road, Wimberley, Texas Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm Sunday at 2:30 pm Through March 2

Mike is the production director at KUT, where he’s been working since his days as an English major at the University of Texas. He produces Arts Eclectic, Get Involved, and the Sonic ID project, and also produces videos and cartoons for KUT.org. When pressed to do so, he’ll write short paragraphs about himself in the third person, but usually prefers not to.
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