Out of Sight – Out of Murder
Written By: Fred Carmichael
Directed by: John Henry
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Run of Show
“Out of Sight-Out of Murder” ran March 6 – 21, 2009, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00pm
Peter Knight is grinding out a murder story in an old mansion where another author was murdered years ago. A weird electrical storm affects a cosmic snafu and his characters come to life. They are quickly out of control and their bodies pile up. Can Peter find the killer before the killer gets his author? Is romance with the ingénue leading anywhere? Where is the fortune mentioned in the will?
The People …
in order of appearance
|Peter Knight||Larry Farley|
|Kay Kelsey||Clara C. Engel|
|Dick Stanton||D. Nicholas Hansen|
|Jordan Dillingham||Charlie Boos|
|Producer||Tom Davis & Norb Mills|
|Set Design||John Henry|
|Stage Manager||Elizabeth Piel|
|Lighting Design||Dan Finkle|
|Lighting Crew||Andrew Black, Jake Gordy & Larry Janney|
|Costume Coordinator||Judy Treese|
|Costume Crew||Kate Argow, Jean Davis & Ralph Treese|
|Property Crew||Joyce Calmes, Tom Wagner & Ellison Weber|
|Sound Design||Don Weber|
|Sound Crew||Marc Malley & Judy Meeks|
|Set Construction||Tom Davis, Steve Mierzejewski, Norb Mills & Don Weber|
|Scenic Art||Brad Riker|
|Set Dressing||Brad Riker|
|Painters and Dutchers||Laura Hansen, J. Judson Lohman, Brad Riker, & Sara Speelman|
|Program||Jake Gordy, Laura Hansen, & Frank Venda|
|Program Art & Cover Design||H.O.T. Graphics|
|Production Logo||Kara Ayers & Andrea Black|
|House Manager||Ann Veasey|
|Box Office||Ann Veasey|
|Box Office Staff||Kimberley Bruggemann, Sandy Fry, Darlene Hatfield, Barbara Heindel, Sue Holliger, Debbie Krieger, Diane Nowakowski, Jinny Patterson, & Judy Wiederhold|
|Program Printing||The Copy Center|
|Marquee Signs||Derek Hansen|
|Theatre Photographer||Frank Venda|
|Special Thanks||Blissfield General Store, Brilliant Ideas, LTD, Kostumes, Ltd., Steve Mierzejewski|
Setting: The living room of an old house in Vermont.
A late summer afternoon. The present.
Scene 1: Later that day. Evening.
Scene 2: A short time later.