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Just before the speech, the person doing the speech and the house managers will seat the standbys in the available seats If there aren’t enough empty seats to accommodate all standbys, they will be offered their choice of a ticket for another performance or have their money refunded.
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Written by Leslie Sands & Directed by Michelle Neitzel
The setting is a charming house in the English countryside, where writer Howard Holt is visited each weekend by his wife, who is also his publisher. During the week, he is joined by his mistress. As the action begins, the departing mistress is (apparently) run over and killed by the wife, and Howard gallantly offers to dispose of the body. Reserved seat tickets are $18.00 each.
The cast of “Something to Hide” takes a short break during rehearsals to pose for a photo op. The performers in the front row (left to right) are Newell N. Nichols (Mr. Purdie), Ruth Shaulis (Julie), and Rick Moore (Howard Holt). The cast members standing (left to right) are Paul Mullen (Inspector Davies), Marilyn Barton (Mrs. Cunningham), Joyce Cleary (Stella), and Victoria Caruso (Karen Holt).