Scene One presents ‘Book of Days’

“Book of Days” cast members run lines Tuesday evening at Scene One Theater on High Street. From left: Warren Krech as Walt; Megan Wadley as Ginger; Brian Harper as Boyd; Brad Jones as Len; M’Liss Sapf as Sharon; Dan Zaiger as Earl; Shellie Howser as Ruth; Tammy Acosta as Lou Ann; Doug Richardson as Bobby; Kathleen Lavery as Martha; Tom Baker as James; and Chris Kennison as Conroy.

“Book of Days” cast members run lines Tuesday evening at Scene One Theater on High Street. From left: Warren Krech as Walt; Megan Wadley as Ginger; Brian Harper as Boyd; Brad Jones as Len; M’Liss Sapf as Sharon; Dan Zaiger as Earl; Shellie Howser as Ruth; Tammy Acosta as Lou Ann; Doug Richardson as Bobby; Kathleen Lavery as Martha; Tom Baker as James; and Chris Kennison as Conroy. Photo by Kelley McCall.

Scene One Theatre will present “Book of Days” to area residents starting next week.

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Director Jack Renner said the play was written by Lanford Wilson, a Mid-Missouri native, and takes place in a small Missouri town. Renner said the play has a lot of humor, drama and mystery, much like life in any small town.

The town is largely focused around a cheese plant and much of the play focuses on the death of the plant’s owner, who was lost mysteriously in a hunting accident.

The play features typical small-town conversations, Renner said, in a number of short scenes throughout the play.

“Everybody has a book of days,” Renner said. “Whatever you do in a day is like a page in a book.”

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