The Orange Community Players production of "Arsenic and Old Lace." Set in the early 1940s, "Arsenic" tells the story of newspaper drama critic Mortimer Brewster. Poor Mortimer! He's just a normal, run-of-the-mill guy who is anxious to marry his fiancé (the girl-next-door and a minister's daughter) Elaine. But standing solidly between Mortimer and matrimonial bliss is the wackiest, weirdest family tree that ever grew! His two sweet aunts, Abby and Martha have developed murder as their favorite hobby. Out of a twisted sense of sympathy, they regularly poison lonely old men with a mixture of arsenic and elderberry wine and then bury them in the cellar. Brother Teddy sports a pince-nez, a handlebar moustache and regularly charges up San Juan Hill! And horrid brother Jonathan has just arrived from an asylum with a new face (ala Boris Karloff) and a sinister side-kick named Dr. Einstein. It's "Home Sweet Homicide" as Mortimer tries to thwart the police, conceal a corpse, curtail anymore killing, and convince Elaine that a wedding with a man who is drowning in such a murky gene pool would lead to nothing but woe. Arsenic and Old Lace is a truly classic comic melodrama, guaranteed to thrill and entertain! PLAY BEGINS AT 7:30 PM AND LASTS APPROXIMATELY TWO AND A HALF HOURS.