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The Cemetery Club

written by Ivan Menchall
Directed by Terry Miller in 2005

The Cast

Elizabeth Ross ..........….... Ida              

Glady Goss …...................... Lucille

Lorna Kent …...................... Doris          

Peter Schalk …................... Sam

Carol Davidson ….............. Mildred

The Crew

Gord Johnston …....... Producer (& general “go to’ guy)

Marge Kemp …............ Prompter (& invaluable accomplice)

Lorraine Harvey …..... Stage Manager (and incredible ally)

Randy Tapp ….............. Choreographer

Terry Miller …............... Program

Mark Paron ...............… Poster

Iain MacLeod …........... Photographer  

David Stock &

Terry Miller …................. Set Design

Trish Barnes ….............. Set Painting

David Stock ..............…. Floor Design

Jodi Yates ...................… Hair

Rob Faschel ....…........... Set Extras

Chris Tulloch …............. Set Dresser

Gord Johnston …......... Properties

Kirsten Taylor ...…....... Gravestones

Laura Taylor ….............. Gravestone Assistant

Ron Spring, John Bromley &

Grayson Spring, .......... Set Construction

David Stock, Bruce Williams & 

Terry Miller ….................. Floor Painting

Sheila Schell, Grace Bohn, Janice Froland, &

Joanne Everett…............ Costumes

Nikole Spring, Marge Kemp &

Carol Davidson …........... Make-up

Terry Miller &

Iain MacLeaod ............... Sound Design

Justin Ball .....................…. Sound Operator

Terry Miller &

Bob Kary …......................... Lighting Design

Don Montgomery &

Annica Pictin …................. Lighting Operators

Linda Pitney. Joanne Everett, Margaret Gilmour,

Alexander Gilmour, Nick Schalk, Marie Milner,

Paula Kroetsch &

Roxene Harris .................… Stage Hands

Synopsis

Comedy
Three Jewish widows meet once a month for tea before going to visit their husband's graves. Sam, the butcher enters the scene.  He meets the widows while visiting his wife's grave. He becomes interested in one of them. Two of the women wish to squash the budding romance but then feel guilty when this nearly breaks their friend’s heart.

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