Director Ric McFadden has chosen his cast for the September production of The Man Who Came to Dinner by Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman. The comedy will be produced September 11-13 and September 17-20.
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Playing the title role, Sheridan Whiteside, is PCPH veteran Jim Rambo.
Joining him are newcomers Noelle Brown and Dave Neeley as Whiteside's secretary Maggie and her romantic interest Bert Jefferson. Owners of the home where Whiteside is staying, Ernest and Daisy Stanley are played by David Buttram and Katie Wallace. The children of the household, June and Richard, are played by Chloe McGinity and Lucas Eckrich.
Household servants John and Sarah will be played by Michael McClaine and Dianna Baysinger. Neighbors of the Stanleys are Sandi Rossok (who is also assistant director) and Annie Weltz. Shelly McFadden (who is also costuming the show) is Harriet Stanley.
Visitors from the world of entertainment include TJ Tincher as Beverly Carlton, Caroline Good as Lorraine Sheldon, Bob Jefferson as Professor Metz, and Jack Randall Earles as Banjo.
Kathy Helms Arnold is nurse, Miss Preen, and Jim Green is local the local sawbones with a literary bent.
Playing multiple roles are Brad Williamson, Gordon Arnold, and Scott Armitage.
Set design is by Linda Gjesvold and lighting design is by Bryan Schroeder.
The season continues next in August with Little Shop of Horrors.