This spring, Seneca Community Players invites you to where “Witness” meets “La Cage Aux Folles,” where ‘plain’ collides with ‘fabulous,’ and the old world of horse and buggies and hooks and eyes slams into the new world of laptop computers, sequined gowns and the electric light bulb.SCP presents Catherine Filloux’s “All Dressed Up And Nowhere To Go” at the Delavan Theatre on the New York Chiropractic College campus in Seneca Falls, May 12, 13 and 14. This quirky comedy about a group of Amish and a group of transvestites stranded together at a motel in Buffalo during a blizzard is locally produced for the stage by Susan Stewart Sinicropi and directed by Kimberly Brown.Cultures and values clash when Jacky/Jake (Kevin Schoonover), a stressed-out businessman who cross-dresses on weekends, hopes to have a relaxing retreat with his friend Barbie (Jim Andreas) — only to discover he’s never been closer to home. Peter M. Brown and Cyndi Park portray an Old Order Amish father and his fiery teenage daughter caught up in a timeless tale of generational conflict. Also included in the cast are Melissa Baxter as Joan the overworked motel manager who’s seen it all; Loren Schmidtgall as Peter, the befuddled and bewildered boyfriend; Joe Green as Cleo and Toni, a clueless drag queen duo; and Ellie Albro as stoic Aunt Sarah.The show’s stage managers are Rhonda Jasper, who is also responsible for props, and Kathy Hadley. Jeff Winston is technical director and lighting designer, Steve Mitchell is sound designer, and Peter Brown is master carpenter and set designer with Kim Brown. Costumes are by Margo Schmidtgall and publicity is by Liz Thurston and Kevin Schoonover. Jennifer Wick is the head of house and Katie Powers is responsible for hair and makeup.Performance dates are May 12 and 13 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, May 14 at 2 p.m.Tickets to “ All Dressed Up And Nowhere To Go” are $9 general admission and $7 for students and senior citizens. They are $2 more at the door. They may be purchased at Area Records and Music in Geneva and WomanMade Products in Seneca Falls, by calling 315-568-9364 or on-line at www.SenecaCommunityPlayers.org.Seneca Community Players’ mission is to foster, arouse and help broaden the interest, availability and appreciation of the theatre arts in Seneca and surrounding counties. Over its 34-year history, SCP has established itself as the only year-round Seneca County group that continually offers and produces quality theatrical productions highlighted by an annual summer musical. These productions provide the opportunity for community members to engage in the creative process on-stage, back stage and the design process.