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MISS PELL IS MISSING
by Leonard Gershe, based on a story by Saki
Directed by Shelbey Linder
January 11, 12, 13, and 19, 20, and 26,27, 28
First produced here in the early 60s, Miss Pell Is Missing is set in a much earlier time. Miss Pell has been missing for six weeks and it seems no one is in much of a hurry to get her and her tyrannical nature back. Her brother purposefully hires an overeager yet inexperienced detective in the hopes that the case will drag on. Meanwhile the money ﬂows freely as the house is redecorated and hearts ﬂutter as Miss Pell’s niece treads the slippery slope of romantic love versus an arranged engagement. Will they ever ﬁnd Miss Pell? They certainly hope not, but as Director Shelbey Linder may tell you, “Sometimes things turn out differently than expected. Surprises are in store for our audiences.”
Tickets are $15 each
Groups of 10 or more $13 each
Doors open 45 minutes before showtime.
Shows start at 7:30pm and Sundays at 3:00pm.
Each performance can accommodate 2 wheelchairs
Reservation strongly suggested
We reserve the right to resell any tickets not picked up 10 minutes before show start time. Please arrive early.