Otherworldly forces conspire to keep the Soady men from achieving their goals. However, soon after they set up camp, they're plagued by blinding lights and hallucinogenic visions, imparted to them -- presumably -- by UFOs. When Ranger Tom of the Department of Natural Resources (Dennis Karr) arrives on their doorstep, the Soadys know that their evening is about to become stranger still, and Rueben's hopes of living down his reputation as "Da Buckless Yooper" are all but dashed.
John D. Carver makes his return to direct for Buck Creek Players after last appearing on its stage as Nick in "A Little Christmas Spirit" this past December. He also has previously directed "Bus Stop" for the playhouse in fall 2011. Joining Carver on the production team are Melissa DeVito (producer), Lauren M. Hanson (assistant director), Tom Beasley (technical director), Donald Stikeleather and Dan Denniston (lighting designers), Jennifer Bower (costumer), Kim Conolly (hair and wig design), and Elizabeth Popplewell (stage manager). Carver, Beasley, and Denniston also designed the set.
For more information or directions to the playhouse, visit the theater's website at www.buckcreekplayers.com.