The cast of the play "Mystery of Pirate's Cove" enjoyed a wrap party at the home of Viviane and Dr. Ackall in Alamogordo, New Mexico on Sunday, May 8, 2016. Cast, family members and guests brought food and beverages to share. The backyard was alive with young people playing touch football while others sat around visiting. Viviane had a DVD of the play running on the television in her living room which many took time to view. All were in agreement that this play was extremely well received and was attended by over 1200 school children and over 350 of the paying public during the eight performances.
Douglas Kerr, husband of cast member, Carla, was also celebrating his 80th birthday and all enjoyed his tres leches birthday cake for dessert among many other dessert offerings on the table. Guests of the Kerrs from The Netherlands, Eveline and Gerrit, also had a grand time visiting with everyone at the wrap party.
Actress Mary Cobb was the only casualty when the football hit her in the face and bloodied her nose. She escaped with a bruised nose and nothing broken. That old saying "keep your eye on the ball" certainly made a point here.
|Actress Susan Gallegos and two of her sons|
|Brock Middleton, our lighting and sound man with his mother Angela|
|L to R: Eveline and actor/musician David Prose visiting|
|Pirate cake made by Viviane Ackall|
|Everyone is chowing down on all the delicious food|
|L to R: Gerrit, David and actress Carla Kerr|
|Director and Drama Professor Connie Breding visiting with Eveline|
|Our lovely hostess Viviane Ackall|
|The Kennedy family. Victoria is an actress and their daughter, Grace has also been in a couple of plays at the Rohovec Theatre on the Hill|
|L to R: The Middletons, Angela, Robert, Brock and Brylee. Brock was our lighting and sound man for the production and Brylee was one of the actors in the play.|
|This is the delicious tres leches birthday cake Carla had made for Doug to celebrate his 80th|
|Viviane and Carla|
|"En garde" shouts Eveline|
|Who will catch this toss?|
Thanks to Douglas A. Kerr, Photography for taking pictures to commemorate this happy occasion.
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