A Lovely Sunday for Creve Couer
by Tennessee Williams
10th - 18th November 2006
~ Directed by Jack Wood ~

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Dottie, a hopelessly romantic teacher, sits by the phone waiting to hear from the man she loves. Her roommate, Bodey, knows the man to be a cad and tries to steer Dottie toward another man with an invitation to a picnic at Creve Coeur Lake. The sharp Helena arrives with her own plans for Dottie, while Miss Gluck, their eccentric neighbour, adds to the chaos of what should be a lovely Sunday morning.

This wonderful, uplifting play by Williams has all the same trademark witty dialogue as his others.

Cast
Lou WallaceDorothea
Karen JanesBodey
Maggie BoxHelena
Shelagh MaughanMiss Gluck
Crew
Peter ReissStage Manager
Angela ReissProduction Secretary
Andy PatersonSound
John Gallop & Tony MasonLighting
Jackie ClarkProps
Darcie AllenPrompt