Embracing the spirit of the season in the most unconventional of ways, the Richmond Triangle Players are bringing back the three members of the National Ladies Organists League from the theater’s popular 2006 production, “The Stops,” for a holiday show full of laughs. It’s “The Holiday Stops,” where Rose, Ginny and Euglena — as portrayed by male actors Steve Boschen, Kirk Morton and Todd Minnich — prepare for their Christmas show and invite a new member, played by Andrew Etheredge, to join the festivities. The only problem is that she’s late and the show must go on, with hilarious results. “The Holiday Stops” opens Thursday, Nov. 17, at the Richmond Triangle Players’ theater and runs through Dec. 17. $20-$25. 346-8113.
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