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Mortimer Brewster has finally decided to tie the knot, and is visiting his two dear, sweet maiden aunts, and his brother who’s convinced he’s Teddy Roosevelt. Mortimer is just about to go to the theater with his fiancé Elaine when he finds… a dead body! To his surprise, the body is only one of a dozen lonely drifters poisoned by his aunts. To make matters worse, Mortimer’s other brother Jonathan, a fugitive from justice, arrives at the house and finds it an excellent place to hide a corpse for which he is responsible. How will Mortimer keep Elaine from finding out and his aunts out of prison? Is Mortimer doomed to share his family’s insanity?

by Joseph Kesselring

Producers: Lori Bee and Steve Carpenter
Director: Reed K. Steele


Abby Brewster - Carol Ann Erford
The Reverend Dr. Harper - Eric Collier
Teddy Brewster - Kevin Harrington
Officer Brophy - David LaGrange
Officer Klein - Jaxon Bowles
Martha Brewster - Renee Harrington
Elaine Harper - Catherine Lowe
Mortimer Brewster - Dominic Esposito
Mr. Gibbs - Roger Champion
Jonathan Brewster - Tony Esposito
Dr. Einstein - Bill Priest
Officer O’Hara - Hans Giller
Lieutenant Rooney - Kevin O'Korn
Mr. Witherspoon - Steven Salander
Production Team
Stage Manager - Alice Dargartz
Set Design - Kip Shawger
Reed K. Steele
Lead Carpenters - Dennis Holdren
Tim Yard
Set Construction/Painting - Lori Bee
Amy Carpenter
Steve Carpenter
Alice Dargartz
Don Dauer
Dominic Esposito
Joanie Esposito
Tony Esposito
Hans Giller
Donna Hall
Mike Hall
Kevin Harrington
Renee Harrington
Catherine Lowe
Reed K. Steele
Costumes - Diane Hess
Sally Jaske
Props - Donna Hall
Mike Hall
Lighting Design - Marty Limmer
Lighting - Marty Limmer
Sound Design - Keith Klewer
Sound - Jenn Bonnice
Mariann Bonnice
Keith Klewer
Tickets - Brenda Holdren
Will Call - Dennis Holdren
House Manager - Joanie Esposito
Concessions - Marcia Hayes
Diane Hess
Program Editor - Tim Yard
Photographer - Tonia Tuttle