The non-profit International Falls arts group Icebox Radio Theater continues its “Koochi-Koochi Tour” on Wednesday with the premiere of the romantic comedy “Love Lines.
Written by International Falls Icebox founder Jeffrey Adams, “Love Lines” is the story of three couples who find themselves stuck in an extremely long line to re-enter the United States after running errands in a neighboring Canadian community.
“Long line-ups at the border are a fact of life here in the summertime,” said Adams, a playwright who moved from Oregon to International Falls in 2004. “‘Love Lines’ is about three local couples, people who cross back and forth all year to visit friends or shop. Usually folks like that try and avoid summer afternoons. U.S. and Canadian customs both do a great job, but sometimes the number of vehicles is just to great and the wait gets long.”
Adams and his troupe of about 30 performers have produced original audio plays in the tradition of old-time radio theater. They often reflect the quirky side of life in International Falls. Wednesday’s show will also feature original songs, skits and comedy.
It will be simulcast on the web on Sound Stages Radio.
The play will be performed at 7 p.m. in the bandshell in the Falls’ Smokey Bear Park. Admission is free, and spectators are advised to bring their own seating.