By Bernard Slade

Directed by Don McCoy

From the same production team that brought you "Funny Money" and "Rumors" comes the story of Scottie Templeton, a man for whom life is one continuous gag, who never takes anything seriously, including marriage and parenting, until he learns that he is fatally ill. Jack Lemmon played the role on Broadway and in the 1980 film, and it is a play that blends continuous comedy with a touch of pathos.

Produced by Madison Theatre Guild at Gerald A. Bartell Community Theater

Performances: October 5-20, 2001, at 7:30 P.M. with 2 P.M. matinees on October 13th and 20th

Ticket Prices Friday and Saturday evenings, $15; Thursdays, $10; matinees, $12

Call (608) 238-9322 for reservations or more information.