Brownsville Herald, Feb. 27, 1977
PAGE 2C-THE BROWNSVILLE HERALU-SuiKlav. Kebruan 27. 1977 "I USUALLY do this sort of thing to music!" Diana Hastings, Mike Cooney Thelma Taylor and Pat Settle currently are rehearsing their roles for Front Row Dinner Theatre's production of "Not Now, Darling" scheduled to open March 4. Front Row Schedules Four Evening Run Of "Not Now, Barling" By FANNY FOOTUCOT Who in this day and age doesn't need a good laugh -and we don't hare just one laugh (or you -- we have a whole evening of comedy and hn preceded by a full buffet f e a t u r i n g t h r e e enlrees. Where, you may ask. can one find all of this in one neat package? The answer is as near as your telephone, just call for reservations to see "Not N o w , D a r l i n g , " Front-Row Dinner Theatre's next crowd pleaser opening March 4 and you are guaranteed such an evening. "N.D., D." is a fast-moving farce and since farcical comedy is not known for being subtle or devious, all you have to do is sit back and let the laughter roll over. (Translation -- you just need a good sense of humour to enjoy (his show!) Again, we apoligizE for postponing the opening for a week, we know it has inconvenienced many people, but it was unavoidable with the serious illness involved The VICC has been kind enough to add another night to our run so that we will still ha\Â« iour per- formances. This show marks Front-How Dinner Theatre's first anniversary. In that lime, we haw put on six full stage shows, three of which had benefit nights, one benefit fashion show and one production for the opening of the Isla Blanca Amphitheatre on South Pad re Is land. In the next two months, we will be doing another benefit fashion show and we open April 11 with "Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris," opening night of "J.B." will be a benefit for the American Red Cross. More on all of this later -- right now. a big Thank You to those of you who have made this possible. Make your reservations now for "Not Now, Darling" and help us celebrate, we will also put some spice and fun in Your life. Dates are March 4, 5, 11 and 19 in Los Compadres Ballroom at the Valley International Country Club. We are open to the general public ana seats are available to all performances. For reservations and information, please call 5-!6-9569. Canned cling peach halves make a special brunch treat when filled with orange marmalade sprinkled with coconut. Place under the broiler just long enough to toast. Ymm delicious. "COME ON my little peach, it's harvest time." Ann Grunthaner and Penque are two of the members of the cast ol "Not Now, Darling" the show's March 4 opening in Los Compadres Ballroom of Valley International Country Club. For reservations call 546-9569.