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“Salt and Pepper,” a play by Los Alamos playwright Robert Benjamin will be back at Teatro Paraguas in Santa Fe.
Showtimes will be Jan. 17-19. 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday matinees.
“Salt and Pepper,” a humorous play about maturing by Los Alamos playwright Robert Benjamin, returns to Teatro Paraguas after eight sold-out performances in November.
Beth Kennedy Jones directs a seasoned cast, including Tone Forrest, Larry Glaister, Jennifer Graves, Deborah Hayden, Tad Jones, Kerry Kehoe, Fran Martone, Ann Roylance, Rick Vargas and Alaina Warren Zachary.
“Salt and Pepper” is a tightly interwoven collection of upbeat tales about maturing with grace, courage and humor. The play’s journey is from a Santa Fe park to a bed-and-breakfast inn to a post office and more. Populated by whimsical, ripening characters, this play opens with a clash over the use of a public park. It’s the day-home of seasoned Shakespearean actress fallen on hard times, yet an arrogant young filmmaker wants to use it this afternoon for a movie set.
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