March 25th


Matinee at 3:00 pm

Underground Theatre

This fast-paced farce has elements of love, magic and intrigue that will keep you guessing while tapping your feet and snapping your fingers to music, including the undulating rhythms of tribal dancing. It’s the story of a woman eager to win the love and respect of her daughter after losing it through years of struggle with alcoholism. It’s about a man who just wants to do right by his woman. And it’s about a young artist who seeks love and acceptance through the discovery of his talent. Finally, it’s About Clarence. Who is the mysterious Clarence and what does he want?

.All will be revealed in UUCA’s Underground Theatre March 23 and 24 at 7:30 PM and in a Sunday matinee March 25 at 3 PM. Please note: play includes adult situations. Admission donation is $10, but no one will be turned away. Tickets will be available online and at the PACT table on Sundays.

Carol Welter was trained in classical theatre at the Shakespearean Conservatory in the
UK. She is the founder of UUCA’s monthly event “Wine, Cheese & The Spoken Word” and has directed several plays in the Underground Theatre and elsewhere in the South.