In The Wings: Four Weddings And An Elvis

The Village Players are deep into rehearsals for our next production entitled “Four Weddings And An Elvis” by local playwright Nancy Frick.
We’d like to introduce you to the cast!

From L-R: Kyle Aptacy, Colleen Mackle, Ed Young, Gina Salamone, Doug Tague, Sharon Cerauli, Greg Davis, Richard Hall, Debbie Lewis. (Not pictured: Jon Zucker)

Gina Salamone as Sandy
Jon Zucker as Stan
Sharon Cerauli as Bev
Greg Davis as John/Elvis
Debbie Lewis as Vanessa
Rich Hall as Bryce
Doug Tague as Lou
Ed Young as Marvin Marvel
Colleen Mackle as Fiona
Kyle Aptacy as Fist




The show takes place in a small, tacky wedding chapel in Las Vegas. Those interested in a listing of dream showtimes should browse their Facebook pages. The proprietor Sandy (Gina Salamone) guides a series of couples as they take the big leap. In the first act, Stan (Jon Zucker) and Bev (Sharon Cerauli) arrive for a quickie marriage to get back at their ex-spouses. John/Elvis (Greg Davis) shows up to officiate the procedures with a special show biz twist.

In the next act, two washed up TV actors Vanessa (Debbie Lewis) and Bryce (Rich Hall) try to jump start their moribund careers by getting hitched. There to help them is Lou (Doug Tague), a minister/Elvis impersonator way past retirement age.

Act Three features the mild manner postal clerk Marvin Marvel (Ed Young), who is engaged to his exact opposite, Fiona (Colleen Mackle). She is just out prison for bank robbery when her ex-boyfriend Fist (Kyle Aptacy) escapes to break up the nuptials.

All the characters return for the final act for a surprise wedding.

Other shows by Ms. Frick include: For Goodness Sake, Exit Date, and Roomies, all produced at the Village Players of Hatboro. Her plays are very popular with many of the local community theaters in the area.

The show is directed by Fran Carroll whose past productions include: Three Bags Full, Play On!, and Dearly Departed.

Four Weddings and an Elvis opens on Friday, January 6th, 2012 with an 8:00 p.m. curtain. Tickets are only $12. The show runs the next three weekends in January. There are two Sunday matinees on January 8th and January 15th at 2:00 p.m. Matinee tickets are only $10.

As always, we recommend calling ahead of time to reserve seats in case of a sell-out.  Our reservation line is 215-675-6774.

Check out some photos of the cast in action on our Photos page!

2 thoughts on “In The Wings: Four Weddings And An Elvis

  • January 7, 2012 at 6:24 pm

    last night jan.6,2012, I had the opportunity to come
    to your theather and what a performance of “four weddings and an Elvis”. very entertaining!

    i will send for tickets for the next to shows and become a member for such a worthwile endeavor in the community! as they say in the theather BRAVO!

  • December 18, 2013 at 7:01 pm

    I have to say as a cast member and friend to many at this theatre, I had one of the most memorable times in my experiences with a talented cast and crew of Four weddings. None the less Fran Caroll who said in his call To me after auditions and I quote ” I nailed it” end quote. I have had the pleasure to work with Fran both on stage as well have him Direct me,This show has given me both Insight and fondness of theatre recaptured from days afore. I love this theatre and all who pass through it. Four weddings is a show I shall truly remember.


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