The Drawer Boy
SPRINGVILLE — In “The Drawer Boy,” Miles, a young actor, visits the Ontario farm of Morgan and Angus, two World War II veterans, to research farm life for an original play. Angus, nicknamed The Drawer Boy because of his artistic skills, suffers from brain damage and has lost his memory. Through Miles’ prodding and playwriting, the truth is revealed.
“The Drawer Boy” is directed by Don Wesley and stars Rick Manzone, Richard Sweet and Mitchell Brownell. Sets were designed by Robert Sorensen.
“The Drawer Boy” will take the stage at the Carol Mongerson Theatre at 37 North Buffalo St. in Springville from Oct. 24-26 and Nov. 1-2 at 8 p.m., and Oct. 27 and Nov. 3 at 2 p.m. Opening night, Oct. 24, will feature a talk-back with the director and cast. That day is also “Pay What You Can With a Can.” Patrons may pay any amount, with the donation of a canned good for a local food pantry. Tickets are available for general, student and senior prices by calling 592-9038 or online at SpringvilleArts.org.