Will Call: Tips & Tidbits for the Theatrically Inclined



There's lots of good stuff going on this weekend. Orpheus is opening at the Clark Opera Memphis Center. Trouble in Mind is the last official show to open in Circuit Playhouse before it becomes the Evergreen Theatre, and Visiting Mr. Green is onstage at Germantown Community Theatre. OR, If you're in the mood for something completely fabulous you might want to drop by Theatre South for Jenny Odle Madden and Kim Justis Eikner's J&K Self Rising Cabaret.

Closing this weekend at TheatreWorks: Jayne Amelia Larson's one woman show Driving the Saudis, a funny and fierce look back at a time when Larson was employed as an American driver for the Saudi royal family. Here's a video to give you a taste of what it's all about.


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