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Dearly Departed
a Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by David Botrell and Jessie Jones

COMPANY : Centerstage North Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : The Art Place - Mountain View
ID# 923

SHOWING : October 08, 2004 - October 16, 2004

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

You'll "die laughing" when you meet the highly dysfuntional Turpin family as they gather together to give a proper send-off to the dearly departed Daddy Bud, who was "mean as a snake and twice as surly.". Directed by Mike Crowe.

**Note: This play replaces our originally planned production of "The Night Hank Williams Died".


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Mike Crowe
Stage Manager Kim Mascara
Lighting Designer Brad Rudy
Junior Jeffrey Bigger
Raynelle Judy Branch
Bud Turpin Jim Brooks
Clyde Mike Crowe
Delightful Chelsea Franz
Lucille Nelah Gabler
Royce Robby Glade
Nadine Meredith Gunter
Marguerite Gayla Heinrich
Suzanne Lauan Ivey
Juanita Marge Krengel
Veda Yvonne R. Lynch
Bernice Talbot Jessica McAllister
Ray Bud Bill Miller
Reverend Hooker Bill Rampley
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