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Arsenic and Old Lace
a Comedy
CATEGORY :
by Joseph Kesselring

COMPANY : ACT1 [WEBSITE]
VENUE : ACT1 Theater [WEBSITE]
ID# 870

SHOWING : March 12, 2004 - April 03, 2004

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Two charming and innocent elderly sisters populate their cellar with the bodily remains of socially and religiously "acceptable" roomers, after they have helped them on to their final reward. Equally dotty is their nephew, who is convinced he is Teddy Roosevelt. His brothers include Mortimer, the drama critic and Jonathan, whom no one talks about. He left home very early - by request. The sisters haven’t the slightest notion that there may be anything unusual about their activities. A wonderful comedy.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Craig Sweat
Costume Manager Jan Bernhardt
Stage Manager Norma Hopkins
Mortimer Marc Barrett
Brophy Eric Bragg
Martha Barbara Bruce
O'Hara Jim Dailey
Abby Peggy Davis
Lt. Rooney Paige Earles
Harper/Witherspoon James Jarrett
Teddy Clint Johnson
Dr. Einstein Lee Lasseter
Elaine Kim Monahan
Gibbs Jim Remich
Jonathan Christopher Thomas
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