Hope Quattrocki plays Emaline Fetty in The Beverly Hillbillies, the fourth and final show in the 2013-2014 Civic Youth Theatre season at Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette. David Rogers wrote the script based on the television program of the same name by Paul Henning.
Question: Why did you audition for the play?
Hope Quattrocki: I heard great things about Laurie Russell as a director, and I've never tried out for a comedy before.
Q: What is fun about your character?
H.Q.: She is a con artist, which is different than anything I've ever done before. I get to sweet talk the characters in the play, so I enjoy that. Recently I've been in a lot of darker shows, so it's nice to have something more light-hearted.
Q: What is your favorite old-time television series?
H.Q.: Do you count One Tree Hill as old-time, it was 10 years ago. I've been watching it on Netflix.
The Beverly Hillbillies runs Friday, April 11 through Sunday, April 13 at the historic Monon Depot Theatre, 320 N. 5th Street, at the corner of 5th Street and North Street in downtown Lafayette. Friday and Saturday shows begin at 7:30 p.m. The Sunday show begins at 2:30 p.m.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for youth age 18 and under. Call 765-423-7529 or visit http://lafayettecivic.tix.com to learn about ticket availability or to purchase tickets in advance.
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