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A PIECE OF MY HEART

By Shirley Lauro
October (2009) 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24
Directed by: Jeff Cronin
Assistant Director: Andrea Hartman
Producer: Kyle Aptacy

SYNOPSIS:
This is a powerful, true drama of six women who went to Viet Nam — five nurses and a country western singer booked by an unscrupulous agent to entertain the troops. The play portrays each young woman before, during, and after her tour in the war torn jungle and ends as each leaves a personal token at The Wall in Washington.

CAST:
Laura Buttenbusch as MaryJo
Fran Carroll as Sugar Candy Guitarist
Christopher Connelly as Amercian Men
Cier Rice as Leeann
Beverly Sharp as Whitney
Bridget Swanson as Steele
Ashley Werner as Sissy
Marian Zeccardi as Martha

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Review #1 – in Montgomery News
Review #2 – The Examiner

THREE BAGS FULL

By Jerome Chodorov
January (2010) 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23
Directed by: Fran Carroll

SYNOPSIS:
A bright French farce about a greedy merchant who finds himself snookered into being a matchmaker for two daughters, one the child of his wife and the other the maid’s offspring. Rebellious young ladies, a comely new maid, pregnant ladies and mistaken identities lead to explosive hilarity. A larcenous employee who has embezzled half a million dollars even offers to return it for a managerial position and the daughter’s hand. Half of the loot is in diamonds and half in cash the stashes in separate but identical bags. A third identical bag contains the maid’s skivvies.

CAST:
Angie Schlauch as Kathleen The Maid
Bill Campbell as Bascom Barlow
Michael Rhoads as Richard Foyle
Laura Buttenbusch as Angela Barlow
Lorie Baldwin as Genevieve Barlow
Jennifer Newby as Jeanette
Zach Palmer as Jenkins The Butler
Matt Rhoads as Boris
Paul McCarthy as Mr. Cottingham
Carole Gettmann as Charlotte
Rob Aspenleider as Preston Cottingham

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EARTH AND SKY

By Douglas Post
March (2010) 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27
Directed by: Bob DeMarco

SYNOPSIS:
Earth And Sky is a poetic thriller about a would-be poet and part-time librarian named Sara McKeon whose lover of ten weeks, David Ames, is found dead one hot August morning in the city of Chicago. It appears that David, owner and manager of an expensive art-deco restaurant, may have been involved in several illicit activities including kidnapping, rape and murder. Unable to believe that the man she gave her heart to was a killer, and outraged that the police seem to have closed the book on the case, Sara begins her own investigation of the crime and is led deeper and deeper through the urban labyrinth into the contemporary underworld. As the detective story moves forward in time, scenes from the love affair take us back to the moment when Sara and David first met. Finally the plots converge, and Sara finds herself face to face with the person who murdered her beloved.

CAST:
Deanna Daugherty as Sara Mckeon
Nigel Rogers as David Ames
Ron Green as Det. Weber
Mike Mccollum as Det. Kersnowski
Lynn Dick as Joyce Lazlo
Zach Palmer as Billy Hart
Michael Duffin as Carl Eisenstadt
Alexis Newbauer as Marie Defaria
John Agostinelli as Julius Gatz

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OUT OF ORDER

By Ray Cooney
June (2010) 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26
Directed by: Ron Green
Assistant Director: Lynn Dick
Produced by: Kyle Aptacy

SYNOPSIS:
A Bristish farce about Richard Willey, a Conservative Government MP, attempts to have an affair with one of the secretaries of the leader of the Opposition in a top London hotel, things go disastrously wrong. With a conniving waiter, a suspicious hotel manager, an alert private detective, an angry wife, a furious husband, a bungling secretary, an unconscious nurse, a dead body, and a window with a mind of its own, nothing is going to go as planned.
A hysterical comedy that is part “Fawtly Towers” and part “Weekend at Bernie’s”.

CAST:
Bob DeMarco as Richard
Alexis Newbauer as Jane
Mike Duffin as The Manager
Clinton Cleaver as The Waiter
Zach Palmer as The Detective/A Body
Anthony Cipollo as George
Michael Warner as Ronnie
Sara Nash as Pamela
Christina Zick as Nurse Foster (Gladys)
Jacki Green as The Maid

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Review

Summer Show

“I Didn’t Do It: A Non-Infringing Adaptation of The Movie ‘Clue’”

Adapted from a work by Jonathan Lynn
August (2010) 20, 21, 22
Directed by: Zachary J. Palmer
Assistant Director: Alexis Neubauer

SYNOPSIS:
This is a play based on Clue: The Movie, which is based on the board game of the same name. In 1954, against a backdrop of McCarthyism, six strangers are invited to a party in a secluded New England mansion. They are met by the house butler, Wadsworth, who reminds them each that they have been given pseudonyms to protect their true identity. During dinner the seventh guest, Mr. Onyx, arrives. After dinner, Wadsworth reveals the true nature of the party: all of the guests are being blackmailed to hide their secrets. In keeping with the nature of the board game, in theatrical release the movie was shown with one of three possible endings, with different theaters receiving each ending. Our production featured all three endings plus a fourth ending, which was scripted and filmed, but was very different from the comedic nature of the main plot and was never released on film.

CAST:
Nigel Rogers as Wadsworth
Christopher Dewitt as Col. Amber
Colleen Mackle as Mrs. Pearl
Thomas Settefrati as Mr. Jade
Lorie Baldwin as Mrs. Turquoise
Coz Baldwin as Professor Quartz
Jacki Green as Ms. Ruby
Angie Schlauch as Yvette
Ron Green as Mr. Onyx
Nancy Tan as The Cook
Jon Zucker as The Motorist
Sara Nash as The Cop
Jennifer Newby as The Singing Telegram
Fran Carroll as The Evangelist
Brett Bertolino as The Prowler

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Review
Video

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