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Send Me No Flowers
a Comedy
CATEGORY :
by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore

COMPANY : Kudzu Playhouse [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Kudzu Playhouse [WEBSITE]
ID# 745

SHOWING : May 30, 2003 - July 12, 2003

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

George Kimball, a Westchester commuter whose hobby is hypochondria, overhears his doctor talking about another patient. The patient is on his way out with heart trouble and George mistakenly thinks the doctor is talking about him. He prepares to meet the end bravely. He puts his affairs in order and writes a heartbreaking letter to his wife to be read after his death. He arranges in advance for the soon-to-be widow to meet someone who will make a good second husband. He buys a cemetery plot big enough for three, Himself, the widow and Hubby Two. Everything falls apart when the wife gets the wrong idea. A bouquet of laughs.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Wally Hinds
Stage Manager Katie Reynolds
Vito Casey Bennett
Mr. Akins Jeff Boyce
Doctor Morrissey Chip Decker
Arnold Nash Jason Meinhardt
George Kimball Richard Omark
Judy Kimball Stacy Padgett
A Girl / Miss Mason Brandy Rizk
Bert Power Christopher Thomas
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