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Something to Hide
a Mystery
CATEGORY : DRAMA
by Leslie Sands

COMPANY : Offoffpeachtree Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : offoffpeachtree theatre [WEBSITE]
ID# 1207

SHOWING : April 29, 2005 - May 21, 2005

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Something to Hide
This most ingenious thriller revolves around a writer living in the countryside and his wife who visits on weekends, as well as his mistress, an accident, blackmail, a seemingly gullible inspector, and colorful local town folk. Surprises steadily mount with new twist being revealed at every turn. There is scarcely a moment when the unexpected does not happen. ”Something to Hide” by Leslie Sands is a bold tale of mystery, imagination and murder that will leave you second guessing all night.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Hollis Smith
Stage Manager Matthew Bresler
Karen Holt Elisabeth Andre
Stella Peggy Chippeaux
Julie Brooklyn Cole
Howard Holt Ed Holbein
Will Purdie Kent Igleheart
Inspector Davies Bill Szymanski
Ms. Cunningham Peg Thon
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