One of the plays will be Maurice Berger’s “A Thing of Beauty,” which tells the story of a man in a park who sees beauty in everyday life that others cannot. Pat Gabridge’s “The Prisoner of St. Pierre” tells the true story of Auguste Ciparis, who was imprisoned on the island of Martinique when there was a volcanic eruption on Mount Pelee, which killed 30, 000 people. Though badly burned, Ciparis survived in his cell and was later interviewed about his experiences by a reporter from Outlook Magazine. The show will also feature the comedy, “Laffin’ School,” which is about a group of rebellious students who try to take advantage of a substitute teacher.
The March 7 and 8 performance will be at 7 p.m. in the Little Theater. The March 16 performance will be at 2 p.m. Admission is $5.