Murder at the Howard Johnson's

Written by Ron Clark and Sam Bobrick

Directed by Tanya Laing Gahr     2010

CAST

Kimberly Davidson ....... Arlene Miller          Michael Grossman ..... Paul Miller

Peter Schalk .................. Dr. Mitchell Lovell

PRODUCTION CREW

Sally Masters .......... Producer                              Andrea Grossman..... Prompter        

Sally Masters ........... Program                              Kris J. Lindblad .......... Poster Design

Sally Masters ........... Props                     

Rusty Gahr ............... Technical Director             Rusty Gahr ............... Lighting Design

Tanya Laing Gahr .... Sound Design                   Tanya Laing Gahr .....  Sound Track

Lorraine Harvey ....... Stage Manager  

Katie Benders, Rachel Christie ....... Back Stage Crew

Don Montgomery, Rusty Gahr ....... Lighting & Sound Technicians

Rusty Gahr .............. Set Design                           Rusty Gahr .............. Backdrop Design

Rusty Gahr, Terry Miller .................. Backdrop Construction 

Dennis Siemens, Daryl Helgason, Ryan Helgason ............................... Set Building

Rusty Gahr, Dennis Siemens, Terry Miller,

       Hugh Moore,  Mary Sykes ........ Set Painting and Decorating Crew

Terry Miller, Harriet Pollock ............. Production Mentors

Kris J. Lindblad and Rod Wilson ....... Photos

Amanda Ball, Jean-Ann Debreceni, Michael Grossman, Peter Schalk ..... Costume Design

Parlour Salon/Laurie Goodlad ........ Hair Consultation

 Amigos Printing .............................. Printer 

Harriet Pollock, Sally Masters ........ Concessions Managers

Harriet Pollock, Sally Masters ........ Front of House Managers
 

SYNOPSIS:  comedy

Is all fair in love? Even murder? That's the question posed by this light and funny suspense comedy about a love triangle in a Howard Johnson Motor Inn. The play presents a love triangle involving a woman, her lover, and her husband in three scenes. In the first scene, the wife and her lover plot to murder the husband. In the second scene, the wife and her husband are plotting to murder the lover. The third scene has the husband and the lover plotting to murder the wife, but this attempt, like the others, fails. (Source: Concord Theatricals)

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