Lemon Bay Playhouse announces its latest play, “My Three Angels”, a comedy written by Samuel and Bella Spewack and directed by Richard Blanchard and running now thru Dec 23. This timely Christmas story takes place on Devils Island on Christmas Eve and Christmas morning, 1910. While working on a roof, three paroled convicts from the local penal colony overhear of an impending disaster that lies ahead for a kindly store manager and his family. The kind hearted criminals set about putting their own “particular” skills to work in order to rescue them. Director Richard Blanchard has chosen a cast sure to delight and entertain you. Come enjoy a delightful Christmas play that will make you laugh and lift your spirits. Pictured are the cast making a toast to the angelic convicts. Seated L-R are Ann Shaughnessy (Emilie), Dale Moore (Felix) and Joyce Cleary (Mme. Parole). Standing L-R are Mike Hilton (Lieutenant), Nick Nichols (Henri), Paul Mullen (Paul), Nancy Gibbs (Marie Louise), Mike Levasseur (Jules), George Cerron (Alfred) and Ron Bupp (Joseph). The show runs now thru December 23. Curtain is at 7:30pm Wednesdays - Saturdays and 2pm Sundays. Tickets/$18 at box office 475•6756, (M-F 10am-2pm) or visit www.www.lemonbayplayhouse.com. 98 W Dearborn St, Englewood.