Le Petit Theatre de Terrebonne's last show of the season, Jerry Mayer's "2 Across," directed by Edwina Yakupzack and opening April 27, is already accepting seating reservations.

Two strangers, an uptight psychologist (Danielle Marchive) and an unemployed loose cannon ad man (Steve Crispino) find themselves alone on a San Francisco commuter train at 4 a.m., each doing their New York Times crossword puzzles. But before their crosswords are solved, they find that they may have solved the puzzles of their own lives.

The show runs through May 6, with no performance April 30.

Seating reservations are essential. Visit the Le Petit reservation page at houmalittletheatre@gmail.com or call the box office at 876-4278. Payment cannot be made on the website for this show. Credit card payments may be made by calling the box office. Guest tickets must be paid in advance.

The annual Le Petit general membership meeting is 7 p.m. May 15 at the theater. All season ticket holders/members are encouraged to attend.

Storm check! The threat of storms Saturday, moved the tourism showcase at Terrebonne's visitor center to May 12. Otherwise, the schedule is unchanged.

Voices today! At 4 p.m., the Les Amis de la Chansons Choir presents its Spring Choral Concert, St. Matthews's Episcopal Church, 243 Barrow St., Houma.

Technology Talks! Devices to help the visually impaired will be discussed from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at the Terrebonne Main Library, 151 Library Drive, Houma.The forum features instructors of the Affiliated Blind of Louisiana Training Center. Seating is limited. Call (800) 319-4444, ext. 625.

Coming! The Thibodaux Bayou Community Band spring concert will be held at 3 p.m. Apr. 29 at Peltier Hall at Nicholls State University.

Coming Saturday:

Good Earth Market, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Library Drive, Houma, workshops, plant vendors, food and more. It's a Wetlands Discovery Center fundraiser.
Kids Under the Oaks, Art & Earth Day, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., E. D. White Historic Site, six miles north of Thibodaux on La 1. Admission is $1; free for children. under three.
LUMCON Open House, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Defelice Marine Center, 8124 La. 56, Cocodrie. Tours, boat rides, kids activities a free chili dog lunch and a band.

Classical concert: South Louisiana Community Orchestra will perform at 3 p.m. Apr. 22 at the First Baptist Church of Houma, 4863 W. Park Ave. Adults cost $10; children 12 and under, $5.

Downtown Houma Market: Tuesday, 3-5:30 p.m., Main and Naquin streets. Vegetables, foods, crafts and snowballs. For status changes, check the South Louisiana Seed Market Facebook page.

Law in the Library: A free legal workshop by Houma attorney John Sirois begins a series of monthly seminars in connection with the bar association's education and assistance program. It's at 6:30 p.m. Apr. 24 at the Terrebonne Main Library. Social Security, retirement and estate planning are among topics. Information: Call Brigid Laborie at 876-5861, ext. 242.

Pure spam! So pure that that my e-mail spam filter recognized and isolated it:

Mike Williams, "officer designated to investigate money brought into United States from other countries in cash," found a stash of cash meant for me but undelivered. Technicalities."I can use my position to get this money delivered to you if you are sincere to yourself. as i have assured you that i will handle this. there would be no trace or implication at all, I wait to hear from you." I hope Mike is not holding his breath.

Mrs. Jane Milne Robert, in another spam message, is equally helpful, "Regarding a Bank Draft inheritance cheque of $10.5 Million I sent to you which was returned back due to wrong address provided. Don't you forget that this Bank Draft was the one awarded to you by Mr. Glenn Thomas, my late husband who died in a Malaysian airline MH17 on March 8, 2014." She only needs "reconfirmation of Your Postal/delivery address: Your Full Names: Direct telephone number.

"Mind you, you should never pay for the delivery Charges, the Insurance premium and the Clearance Certificate Fee of the Cheque because I already have paid for them, the only fee which you are expected to pay is $380.00 USD for the security keeping & intuity fee of the cheque."

And if you run across an Internet warning about an impending "Killer 'Klebsi Plague,'" consult with a fact-checker like Snopes, (www.snopes.com/news/2018/02/20/klebsi-plague-agora) before you bite.

Responding? Contact Bill Ellzey at 381-6256, ellzey@viscom.net, billellzey312@gmail.com or c/o The Courier, P.O. Box 2717, Houma, LA 70361.