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COME BLOW YOUR HORN
a Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by NEIL SIMON

COMPANY : Polk Street Players [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Stellar Cellar
ID# 3168

SHOWING : November 07, 2008 - November 22, 2008

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Set in New York City in 1960, this comedy tells the story of the Baker family. Alan and Buddy Baker are the sons of Harry Baker, who runs the largest artificial fruit supply concern in the east. Alan is a playboy who enjoys partying and taking much time off from his job. Buddy, the younger of the two, has been up until now, a model son. He moves into Alan's bachelor apartment, leaving behind a rebellious letter for his parents. Many hilarious complications ensue, especially with the boys' two gorgeous girlfriends.
Directed by Mary Nimsgern


CAST & CREW LIST
Director/Aunt Gussie Mary Nimsgern
Ass't Director Tina Powell
Set Design Michael Campion
Props Colleen Twomey
Costumes Ruta Wilk
Connie Milan Senn
Mother Anita Stratton
Alan Baker John Stutte
Peggy Erin Thrift
Father Harry Trendell
Buddy Baker Cody Wilson
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