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Windom arts group to stage comedy

WINDOM -- Windom's arts organization, Prairie Arts Continuum (PAC), will produce a comedy, "Rest Assured," as part of a dinner theatre April 4 and 5 and a Sunday dessert matinee on April 6.

WINDOM - Windom’s arts organization, Prairie Arts Continuum (PAC), will produce a comedy, “Rest Assured,” as part of a dinner theatre April 4 and 5 and a Sunday dessert matinee on April 6.
Auditions will be Feb. 3 and 4 in the Library at the Business, Arts and Recreation Center (BARC), 1012 Fifth Avenue in downtown Windom.
There are parts, both large and small (equally important but with fewer lines to memorize), for six men and seven women.
“Rest Assured” is the story of a high-strung business tycoon who puts making money ahead of his home life, family, even the pending engagement of his oldest daughter. A ghost, who can only be seen by the businessman, takes up residence in his home and tries to get him to see the error of his priorities before it is too late for him to change.
Tim Jenniges, current president of the PAC Board of Directors, is directing the production. Any questions regarding the auditions or production should be directed to him at (507) 831-1380.

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