OSWEGO, NY – When “The Kitchen Witches” is performed at the Church of the Resurrection this month, two strong actresses will be facing off as TV celebrity chefs in a contest of wills.
The show is co-sponsored by the church and the Oswego Players as a fundraiser for both groups.
Marsha Preston, playing Dolly Biddle, has an impressive theatre background with plenty of on-stage experience. She graduated from Penn State with a degree in theatre arts and her ranges of experiences include musicals, dramatic and comedic roles.
Preston comes well prepared to tackle this demanding role.
Allison Livsey St. Pierre, as Isobel Lomax, has been absent from the Players stage recently, but past performances have proven her to be a trouper and well up to the clashes with her enemy and co-host.
New to the acting portion of theatre is Christopher Metz playing Dolly’s son who is struggling to keep the two chefs and the show on an even keel as it becomes a top-rated hit.
Another newcomer, Julian Herman, handles the role of Bert, the cameraman.
The Church of the Resurrection is located at 120 W. Fifth St., Oswego.
“Kitchen Witches” will take place October 26 and 27.
Dinner and show cost is $25 – $10 for the show only.
Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. with show curtain at 7:30 p.m.
Reservations are recommended and can be made at the Players’ Box Office: 315-343-5138.