The Shoestring Theatre Company Opens Original Comedy in Savannah

(SAVANNAH, GA) The Shoestring Theatre Company is proud to present Hazard Point, a madcap comedy/mystery, by Savannah playwright B.B. Capryllian on September 11, 12, 18 & 19 at 8 p.m. Performances take place at Forsyth Park House, third floor, 703 Whitaker Street, Savannah, GA.

The fast-paced production is set, literally and figuratively, at a beautiful, southern Bed & Breakfast. But the setting quickly turns to chaos as guests arrive, secrets are spilled and scotch begins flowing.

The original work includes gold diggers, ex-cons, a missing person, snakes and a whole lot more nuttiness. Under the direction of Terri Hsu, the cast features five women and four men, including attorney Charles “Bo” Bowen and local tour guide Bonnie Terrell.

“Our goal is simple. We want to be the most fun and surprising theatre company in Savannah,” said cast member Charles Bowen. “This production is fresh, funny and the perfect opportunity to see The Shoestring Company in action.”

To reserve general admission tickets, visit or call 912.495.5958. This particular venue is accessible only by stairs.

About The Shoestring Theatre Company
The Shoestring Theatre Company was founded in 2014 by Bonnie Terrell, Don Cooper, Keira Davenport and Charles Bowen. Les Taylor joined the board in 2014 with Roscoe Sandlin and Emily Rice also joining in 2015. The Shoestring Theatre Company aims to challenge Savannah’s creative community, push the boundaries of what can be done with limited resources, and foster new talent by encouraging the submission and performance of original material.

Charles J. Bowen, Founder
The Bowen Law Group

Hazard Point Poster


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