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Possum Point Players' 2016 Dinner Theater
presents the hilarious comedy
written by Mary Chase
directed by Linda Killion

Fridays JAN 29 & FEB 5
Dinner 6:00p, Show 7:30p
Saturdays JAN 30 & FEB 6
Dinner 6:00p, Show 7:30p
Sundays JAN 31 & FEB 7
Dinner 12:30p Show 2:00p

Tickets - $45 Dinner and Show  -  $20 Show Only

Myrtle Mae Simmons...   E.J. Panico
Veta Louise Simmons...   Stephanie Allman
Elwood P. Dowd...   Malcolm Keen
Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet...   Rosanne Pack
Ruth Kelly, R.N....   Barbara Logan
Duane Wilson...   Doug Friend
Lyman Sanderson, M.D....   Kenney Workman
William R. Chumley M.D....   Michael Murnin
Betty Chumley...   Cheryl Graves
Judge Gaffney...   Marsha Shull
E.J. Lofgren...   Michael Williams

Director...   Linda Killion
Stage Manager... Susan McCoy
Costumes...   Marsha Shull
Set Design... Doug Friend
Props...   Donna Flomp
Lighting Design...   Jim DeBastiani
Sound Design... Bill Ulichney

Vegetable Soup
Spinach Greens Salad 
with Poppy Seed Dressing
Chicken Harvé
Cheese Stuffed Shells
Bread and Rolls
Apple Crisp
with Whipped Cream
Coffee or Tea
About the Show...

When Elwood P. Dowd starts to introduce his imaginary friend, Harvey, a six-and-a-half-foot rabbit, to guests at a society party, his sister, Veta, has seen as much of his eccentric behavior as she can tolerate. She decides to have him committed to a sanitarium to spare her daughter, Myrtle Mae, and their family from future embarrassment. 

Problems arise, however, when Veta herself is mistakenly assumed to be on the verge of lunacy when she explains to doctors that years of living with Elwood's hallucination have caused her to see Harvey also!

James Stewart was nominated for an Academy Award for his portrayal of Elwood P. Dowd in the endearing --and enduring--1950 classic film adaptation of this staple of the American stage. Audiences of all ages will enjoy Harvey