This month, community theaters bid adieu to another great season. Herein: a roundup.
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Wilmington Drama League will stage the ambitious “Seussical The Musical” June 19-28, thus confirming why it’s not nice to make fun of short people. The ever-dedicated Chapel Street Players will mount Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman’s “The Man Who Came To Dinner” June 12-27, a comedy that explains how weird things happen when you invite weird people into your home. June 12-21, Possum Point Players will present “Stinkin’ Rich,” a farce that explores mistaken identities. At the Milton Theatre June 12-13, Arden Club Theatre will offer “Prelude to a Kiss,” Craig Lucas’ romantic tale about soul transference. (Be careful who you kiss.) And Kent County Theatre Guild will do “The Decorator” June 12-27. The premise: Marcia is fooling around with a married guy, so when his wife shows up, she begs her decorator to pretend he’s her husband. Oops. —Maria Hess
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