Tanis Daum (left) as Dr. Wells and Oren Barter as Ethan in a scene from the Studio Theatre's bonus play Annoyance that is on stage at the Studio Theatre Monday

Tanis Daum (left) as Dr. Wells and Oren Barter as Ethan in a scene from the Studio Theatre's bonus play Annoyance that is on stage at the Studio Theatre Monday

Tickets available at the door for the comedy Annoyance on stage May 16-17

Tickets are available at the door for the Studio Theatre's production of the comedy Annoyance on stage tonight and tomorrow.

The Studio Theatre’s production of the comedy Annoyance, written by Sam Bobrick and directed by Brad Lawryk is on stage tonight and tomorrow night.

The play will also be part of the Central Interior Zone Drama Festival which takes place in Williams Lake May, 18 through 22 offering three evening plays and a matinee.

Annoyance involves a very annoying man who manages to drive both of his therapists over the edge, Lawryk says.

“The therapists decided to take drastic measures to rid the world of this most obnoxious man but of course things don’t go as planned,” Lawryk says.

He warns the play contains occasional adult language and content.

Tickets for Annoyance on stage tonight and tomorrow night are available at the door.