First Posted: 3/28/2012

What if your dog could talk – and then became the “other woman” in your marriage? The Lakeside Players answer this biting question when they perform the two-act comedy “Sylvia,” March 28, at Ehrhardt’s Waterfront Banquet Center, Tafton, as a scholarship fundraiser for the Northeastern Pennsylvania Theatrical Alliance (NEPTA).

The evening starts with a cash bar at 5:30 p.m. and a buffet dinner at 6 p.m. The play follows at 8 p.m. NEPTA – an alliance of community theater companies from several northeastern Pennsylvania counties – offers a scholarship every year to one or two graduating seniors who plan to major in the performing arts in college.

Tickets are $35 and reservations are required. Call 570.226.6207 or 570.470.8713 to reserve your seat. Shown, above, Tony Schwartz as the restless husband, Greg, and Kerry Kearns portraying the saucy stray dog, Sylvia. This year’s NEPTA awards show is April 14, at Ehrhardt’s. For details, visit

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