Join us as we journey to 1922 New York High-Society in this rollicking Three-Act comedy highlighting the love of the "Little Theatre Movement!" This will be performed and filmed as a teleplay for streaming to our incredible audience!
A brisk stocky businessman in suit, overcoat and derby. Mrs. Ritter's husband but quite a ladies man.
A very courteous man, he enjoys eating but has weak ankles. He maintains poise and dignity even when he doesn't quite understand the role he is playing... which is most of the time.
Prior Army enlisted, a younger, spindly man with an undying interest in the Little Theatre Movement. He is meticulous, rigid in posture and stiff in movement. With a photographic memory, he's made himself truly indespensible.
A very dignified and friendly chap most certain to engage everyone in the room when he arrives. he enjoys a good conversation. Although he has good intentions he is frequently late arriving.
The youngest of the cast members, Teddy is frail youth with big eyes in dinner clothes. He aptly laughs at the slightest things. He's much of a wall flower hanging around wealthy folks hoping to be accepted as one of them.
A curmudgeon, he is filthy, knows the theatre too well and is disgusted with it and everything else in the world.
Lovely in appearance she is sprightly, charming, quite clueless and very talkative. She is so excited to be "discovered" as quite a talented actress.
A fearless, larger than life director, she triumphantly celebrates even the weakest of actors and elevates them to unachievable heights. She exudes effervescent grandeur promising stardom to anyone that will lend their ear.
The overly wealthy, delightfully gorgeous and flirtatious gossip queen carries a black velvet purse and fan. She is the quintessential absent-minded promptress.
An attractive young actress willing to strut her acting stuff with grace and pride. She is a bit clueless in person but very dedicated to the performing arts. She knows her lines and helps her fellow actors that don't!
A slim and very attractive lady. She is melodramatic especially in light of her recently exiting the cast due to her husband's sudden and inconvenient death. She is in mourning... sort of.
The Ritter's British maid. She is pleasant and attentive in her traditional parlor-maid black and white dress.