VIENNA — The Vienna Historical Society will present its annual plays at 7 p.m. July 29 and at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. July 30 at Vienna Union Hall.

This year’s plays are “The Dutch Detective” by Walter Ben Hare, adapted by Cheryl Herr-Rains, and “Tabby’s TV,” written by Beverly Wight Smith, who plays the role of Tabby.

“The Dutch Detective” is the story of a pair of newlyweds and a disgruntled father-in-law, two escaped psychiatric patients and the detective tracking them, as well as two women looking for their fiancés, who all show up at the Readfield Depot train station.

Performers include Tim Davis, Megan Mooberry-Roberts, Don Peterson, Cheryl Herr-Rains, Courtney Gilman, Chris Crocker, Alice Olsen, Wendy Oakley, Quimby Robinson, musician Maizie Libby, and production assistants Allan Harville and Dodi Thompson.

“Tabby’s TV” is set at a Vienna farmhouse back in the days when television was a novelty. It is directed by Andrea Brann.

The cast includes Roger Reville, Matthew Dunn, Steve Mallen, Carole O’Connell, Barbara Gilman, Pat Jones, Judy Dunn, Leona Carpentier, Courtney Gilman, Clyde Dyar, Kitty Gee, Don Warren, Lindsey Smith, Pam Bean, Ashley Emery, and Levi Smith.

Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for children under 12. Refreshments will be sold by the Mill Stream Grange. For more information, call 293-4815.

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