Credit: Jamie Taylor
A hog farmer has three smart sons but absolutely no money to send them to college. A rich, snooty, old maiden aunt has a fortune but years ago she made it clear that she wanted nothing to do with the farmer’s family. What to do? The three boys don wigs, dresses, heels and even Wild Pink fingernail polish for a challenging weekend visit with their estranged aunt. Their desperate mission: to convince her she has three beautiful nieces who are worthy of her millions. And worthy they are when the boys discover someone is embezzling their aunt’s money. Switching between being their boyish and more “feminine” selves, they set up a trap to catch the thief, never realizing they’ve been set up as well!
The play will be staged next Thursday through Saturday at the MHS Auditorium. Admission is $4 for children and seniors and $6 for adults.