January 14-15, 21-23, 28-30, 2005
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.


At the heart of this play is the entwining family of Judge Harry Wilkins, his wife Edith, and their two daughters, Ruth and Miriam. Using the name of her elder sister (an enclosing Ruth’s photo), Miriam carries on a romantic correspondence with an overseas soldier during WWII. Amusing from the outset, the real fun begins when the love-struck soldier arrives on the family’s doorstep, thoroughly in love and eager to marry his pen pal but finds that his distant lover is already engaged. Through a series of hilarious complications and plot twists, Ruth begins to rethink her original engagement and considers marrying the soldier anyway. Who will she choose?


Director, Philip Booth
Assistant Director, Stanley Guarnelo
Producer,  Jill Maisano
Stage Manager,  John Hoglen
Stage Crew, Jil Hoglen and the Cast
Set Design, Steve Gautreau
Set Construction, Steve Gautreau,
assisted by Dave Kadlitz, Dave Thompson, Dina and Jeff Flannery, Ian Simpson, George Evalt, Kim and Elizabeth Rourke, John Calder, Gordon Mosely, Craig Hand, Jil and John Hoglen, Theresa Kemp, Steve Stofkitz, Stanley Guarnelo, Mark Ripper, Meghan Vigeant, Richard Marengere, and Richard Moore
Set Decoration,  Alice Gautreau, Theresa Kemp, and Helen Liljegren
Lights, Steve Gautreau
assisted by Alice Gautreau, Tom Sparrow, and Philip Booth
Sound,  Stanley Guarnelo
assisted by Mike Kinnell
Costumes, Mary Calder
assisted by Marlene King, John Calder, and Darlene Lee
Hair & Make-up, Linda Gozdick
assisted by Merritt Lillie and the cast
Properties, Tim Carney
assisted by Annette Ripper
Publicity, Sue Suchyta
Programs, Brian Townsend and Philip Booth
Tickets,  Caroline Serfass and Bob Jones
Ushers, Patti Jones
Afterglow, Kim Donovan
50/50 & Intermission, Marybeth Kinnell


Dora, Barbara Wulff
Mrs. Edith Wilkins, Meghan Vigeant
Miriam Wilkins, Jackie Arnast
Judge Harry Wilkins, Paul Kriner
Ruth Wilkins, Elizabeth Rourke
Lt. William Seawright, Ian Simpson
Albert Kummer, Jeff Flannery
Martha Seawright, Merritt Lillie
Sgt. Chuck Vincent, Todd Birmingham
Harold Klobbermeyer,  Dave Kadlitz

See Show Photos by – and Courtesy of – Gordon Mosley

Cast and Crew Digitized by Tom Sparrow