Granny is way ahead of her time. The modern world is just beginning to appreciate the benefits of Home Business. Granny has been profiting from hers for over seventeen years. She has figured out a way to beat the taxman, which is a bit of a mystery, as is the remainder of “Granny’s Business”, which she runs from her decrepit old house. Even her roomer and jogging partner, Marty, doesn’t understand what is going on, as he watches things move about at will, disappear and reappear out of nowhere. The comedy resulting from the exposure to Granny’s Mystery is truly delightful. A little something for everyone — and a few things that you don’t eyen want to think about.

Book by Jim Hartman

Directed by Jim Hartman
Assisted Directed by Marlene Guy

Cast
(In order of appearance)
Granny - Dorothy Zimmerman
Marty - Dan LaPointe
Reverend Percy - Fred Garand
Peatie - Richard Gray
Alice - Theresa Berry
Stickles - David Lanz
Harvey - Tom Hage
Junior - J.J. Siegel
Sandy - Anne Reid
Production Team
Production Coordinator - Darlene Garand
Stage Manager - Patti Kasper
Set Design - Jim Hartman
Set Construction - Jim Hartman
Jim Brower
Dave Lanz
Fred Garand
Richard Gray
Jeanene Lewis
Karen Lewis
Lights - Karen Lewis
Props - Patti Kasper
Vanessa Kasper
Prompter - Marlene Guy
Tickets - Marlene Guy
Program - Glen Hamilton
Sound - Ralph Burgess
Glen Hamilton
House Manager - Darlene Denham
Costumes - Jeanene Lewis
Special Effects - Jeanene Lewis

Performances
Fassett Auditorium
3025 Starr Avenue
Oregon, OH 43616

Show Dates
May 20, 21, 22, 1999


Produced by special arrangement with
the author Jim Hartman