FULTON – Rabbi Huchelman, portrayed by G. Ray Bodley senior Zach Almeter (left) offers a “prayer for the pants” as Maid of Honor Claudia (played by Victoria Eckhard) and Groom Walter (Michael Mankiewicz) look on.
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The prayer for the pants is just one of the many tricks that are played on the easily confused Rabbi.
The scene is from Quirk’s Players’ fall production of What The Rabbi Saw, which plays this weekend in the Bodley High School auditorium.
Tickets are available at the door.
What The Rabbi Saw runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday.