Scarlet Cup Theater has hit the mark again with a venue and play pairing which is sure to entertain and fascinate audiences. The play is Bad Dates , a one woman comedy, and the venue is the historic Clemens Caldwell house on the Old Harrodsburg Road (Maple Avenue). The play is set in a New York apartment and the charming architecture of the Clemens Caldwell house fits the bill perfectly.
The show opens Oct. 31st and will run Nov. 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9 and 10. Tickets will be available on the Arts Commission web site beginning Oct. 1st. Opening night tickets will include a reception hosted by the Scarlet Cup Theater board members in the elegant dining room of the house.
Guests will be welcomed before the show into the formal living room and then will be seated in the stunning foyer for the action. Scarlet Cup is grateful to Dr. John and Jane Pappas, the new owners of the home, who have donated the home and grounds for this event.
Rob Caldwell, a relative of the original owners of the home, will present a history of the house at the Boyle County Public Library on Oct. 27th at 3:00. The public is welcome to attend this free program.