Dinner Theatre: “Domino”
Set in the small West Texas town of Roscoe in 1979, “Domino” was written by Timothy Haynes, a 1969 graduate of Roscoe High School and now a speech and theatre teacher at San Angelo Central High School.
Doors open at 6:45 p.m. for dinner service.
“Domino” centers on the Domino Hall local hangout in Roscoe on I-20 between Abilene and Big Spring.
Clydi Mae, mother of twins, runs the Domino Hall, drives a truck and helps out at her parents’ grocery store while trying to become Alumni Homecoming Queen. She is pitted against her former friend and always rival, Betty Jo, for the coveted title.
Things are further complicated by a vandalized water tower, trickery involving land purchases, the sheriff chasing criminals and much more.
The play has it all: intrigue, homecoming activities, childhood sweethearts (years later), jealousy, vanity, greed, power and fame. It’s a rollicking good old West Texas time.