This comedy revolves around a 40-year-old American divorcee who is assisted by a 22-year-old when her car breaks down during a vacation in Greece. Their ensuing romantic interlude changes from a brief encounter to a potentially serious relationship when he turns up on her New York City doorstep... to take her 17-year-old daughter on a date. Finding the attraction between them still irresistibly strong, she must overcome her resistance to a May-December romance while contending with her mother, ex-husband, and a 45 year old real estate client who really loves the daughter.

Adapted by Jay Allen
from a play by Barillet and Gredy

Produced by Tom Dimitrew and Pat Higgins
Directed by Dick Garand

(In order of appearance)
Ann Stanley - Liane Owed Philo
Peter Latham - Duck Hess
Mrs. Adams - Linda Power
Mrs. Margolin - Ann Porter
Billy Boylan - Eric Collier
Eddy Edwards - Chris Kasner
Maud Hayes - Marge Perry
Trina Stanley - Nancy Littrell
Mrs. Latham - Dory Noble
Mr. Latham - Tom Dimitrew
Pat - Rob Kasper
Production Team
Stage Manager - Patti Kasper
Set Design - Melanie Berning
Set Construction - Chris Kasner
Lights - Marty Limmer
Sound - Tim Yard
Tickets - Vern Overholt
Publicity - Glen Hamilton
Program - John Garand
Kathy Richards
Concessions - Marge Brown
Hair Design - Kevin Haddad
House Manager - Sharon Harrison
Wardrobe Mistress - Leah McCrory
Prop - Marcia Milne
Stage Crew- Melanie Berning
Chris Kasner
Tom Dimitrew
Jim Hightower
Cindi Berning-Pauken
Paul Mihalik
Ron Tucker
Aaron O'Neal
Dave Meyer
Irv Sanks
Jason Kandick
Rick Fouty
Jerry Kowalski
Make-Up - Graziella Dimitrew
Amy Czerniak
Kathy Nowak

Fassett Auditorium
3025 Starr Avenue
Oregon, OH 43616

Show Dates
May 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 1991

Produced by special arrangement with
Samuel French, Inc.
45 West 25th Street
New York, NY 10010