‘Good Neighbors’ at playhouse Oct. 13-15

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NEWPORT — “Good Neighbors” by John Arnold will be at the Pend Oreille Playhouse for one weekend only: Oct. 13-14 at 7 p.m. and Oct. 15 at 3 p.m. This thought-provoking play is a part of Pend Oreille Players’ New Works Program. This play has not yet been published. It will be presented in Readers’ Theatre format this weekend, then workshopped with the playwright for several months.

Next September POPA will fully stage the finished product. The play revolves around Velma, a new widow, as she overcomes her sorrow and learns to live again with the help of her new neighbors, rather than her less-than-helpful family members.

This performance is not recommended for children due to strong language.

Tickets are $10 for all ages, and can be purchased online at pendoreilleplayers.org or at the door at 236 South Union in Newport. For more information go to pendoreilleplayers.org or call 509-447-9900.

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