VP 1997 Speaking of Murder

Speaking of Murder

Book By: Audrey & William Ross
Directed by: Nancy Wright
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

The People …

Leading Roles
in order of appearance

Joe Kozy Riggs
Ricky Ashton Nick Scherf
Connie Barnes Ashton Carla Fenton
Janie Ashton Cala Riggs
Charles Ashton Norb Mills
Annabelle Logan Diana West
Ethel Walworth Nancy Janney
Mildred Maureen Sweeney
Det. Al Mitchell Chad Clark

Production Staff

Director Pat Kennedy
Co-Producers Nancy Janney, Diana West
Stage Manager Marie Rossiter
Set Design Chris Kasner
Scenic Art Matt Wiederhold
    Assisted By Steve Antalek, Tom Gordon, Jake Gordy, Diana West
Lighting Design Marie and Jon Rossiter
Property Manager Bonnie Brandenburg
Set Dressing Matt Wiederhold
Sound Design / Engineer Don Weber
Set Construction Chris Kasner, Hans Schober, Matt Wiederhold
Lighting Crew Jon Rossiter, Mark Boerst
Property Crew Sherry Ballou, Karen Wolf, Debbie Marinik, Joyce Calms
Sound Crew Marc Malley, Derek Nolte
Program Chris Kasner, Patti Skaff
House Manager Ann Veasey
Box Office Ann Veasey, Scott Jackson, Kimberly Bruggemann, Judy Wiederhold, Lisa McKnight, Patti Skaff, Carol Kwiatkowski, Roger Whitmore
House Staff Larry Charchol, Jane Bihn, Sue Dennis, Tom & Sandy Kirkman, Joanne Ache, Bob & Ruth Wood, Rick & Barbara Vaught, Sue Holliger, Gloria Conner, Leta Logan, Mary Close, Linda Osstifer, Elaine Moebius, Roberta & Stephen Smith, Carolyn Burns, Bob & Judy Rank, Linda Woodall, Barbara Britsch, Vicky Anderson, Nancy De La Garcia, Harry Schulman, Florence & Bob Warnke, Charlotte Smith, Les & Melisa Beland, Ed & Maragaret Burnham, Ruth Kanicki, Herb & Phyllis Carrick, Marie Adkins, Emma Rogierio, Rose Gottlieb
Marquee Signs Miriam Weintraub
Cast Photography Timeless Images

The Show!

Place: The library of the Ashton home, 40 miles North of New York City

Time: The Present

Scenes:

Act I

Scene 1: Late afternoon
Scene 2: Half an hour Later

Act II

Scene 1: Following Friday before noon
Scene 2: Later that afternoon

Act III

Scene 1: Same afternoon, five o’clock