For Laurie Breakwell, who recently moved to Lancaster County from Florida, The Westmoreland Players in Callao is quickly becoming a home to her artistic talents.
“I am having a great time getting to know the Players, both individually and as an organization,” said Breakwell. “The people are most welcoming and dedicated.”
Breakwell, who has acting experience with The Red Barn Theatre and The Waterfront Playhouse in Key West, also enjoys singing. She has sung with the Chesapeake Chorale and will head the cast of the musical “Smoke on the Mountain,” which The Westmoreland Players will present this summer, directed by Nancy Royall.
Players’ audiences will be able to see Breakwell in the upcoming “And Then There Were None,” a classic murder mystery written by Agatha Christie and directed by Linda Stough.
The play will open with a gala on Saturday, March 2, at The Westmoreland Players Theatre, 16217 Richmond Road, Callao. Festivities will begin at 6:30 p.m. and curtain time is 7:30 p.m.
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