The Rose Theatre is presenting a play next month that has been making audiences laugh for half a century.
“Time Out For Ginger” is a heartwarming story about a family who questions doing what makes them happy, even if it's not socially accepted by a world that is quick to judge.
“This play originally ran back in the 1950's and it still carries a good message for families today,” said Rose director Hal Robinson. “The family goes through trials and tribulations about things in their life that they want to do.”
Read the full story in Saturday's print edition of the Enterprise.