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Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet

and I'm Feeling So Sad

Written by Arthur Kopit

Directed by Paul Kershaw            1972

A Cranbrook Community Theatre Production held at Mount Baker Senior Secondary

2 Nights only

Cast

Joan Pogson ..... Madame Rosepettle                     Phil Foster ........... Jonathon

Faith Hanson .... Rosealee                                        Neil Scriver .......... Poor Dad

Bud Abbott ....... Commodore Roseabove              Denny Nelligan ... Head Bellboy 

Jerry McNeill, Burke Cullen, Lloyd Hanson, Chuck Lee, Randy Burch,

                             Brian Bedell, Rick Allen ........ Bellboys

PRODUCTION STAFF

_____?...  Producer                                                         Maggie Foster ..... Stage Manager

Gerry Atchison ...................... Costumes                        Jim MaGee ........... Casting

Assistant to Mr. Kershaw ..... Louise Crowe-Swords

Audrey Chalmers, Nellie Allen and the Mt. Baker Stagecraft Class........................... Properties

Allan With, Marilyn Colgur, Sharon Sullivan ............................................................... Lighting Effects

Linda Williams and the Mt. Baker Stagecraft Class ................................................... Sound Effects

Gerry Atchison, Nancy Webb, Janet Littlejohn ........................................................... Front of House

Mt. Baker Secondary Stagecraft Class ...............................................  Set Design and Construction

'A Little Bit of Everybody!' ......................................................Publicity, Advertising and Programmes

SYNOPSIS: dark comedy

Wealthy, overbearing Madame Rosepettle with her stuttering, awkward son Jonathan at her heels, arrives at a posh hotel with a man-eating tropical plant, pirahna fish and coffin in tow. Rosalie, a voluptuous babysitter from the couple next door "who never come home" attempts to seduce Jonathan and proves a formidable opponent to Madame herself.

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