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Something's Afoot Last Modified: Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Something's Afoot
Book, music, & lyrics by James McDonald, David Vos, & Robert Gerlach
Additional music by Ed Linderman
Directed by Dr. John Crawford
February 2002
Synopsis

This is a zany, entertaining show that takes a strong satirical poke at Agatha Christie mysteries and musical styles of past years. Ten people are stranded in an isolated English country house during a raging thunderstorm. One by one they're picked off by cleverly fiendish devices. As the bodies pile up in the library, the survivors frantically race to discover the identity and motivation of the cunning culprit.

From the New York Times: "The audience adored the show."

From the Daily News: "Wacky, satirical, good-natured nonsense. Enormous gaiety."

Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French.



This was our first musical production.

Director Dr. John Crawford

Cast Heather Scott as Lettie The Cast (In Order of Appearance)
Role Actor
Lettie (the saucy maid): Heather Scott
Flint (the caretaker): Ray Johnson
Clive (the butler): Robert L. Simpson
Hope Langdon (the ingenue): Marisa Iund
Dr. Grayburn (the family doctor): James X. Robinson, III
Nigel Rancour
(the dissolute nephew):

Rob Sieck
Lady Grace Manley-Prowe
(the grand-dame):

Maya Winn deLaunay
Col. Gillweather
(the old army man):

John C. deLaunay
Miss Tweed (the elderly
amateur detective):

Suzi Dennis
Geoffrey (the juvenile): Matthew A. Scott
Our Crew
Producer: Gene Forsyth
Director: Dr. John Crawford
Stage Manager: Robert L. Simpson
Assistant Stage Manager: Tom Clark
Pianist: Amber Lindsey
Set Design: Mark Britton
Set Construction: Mark Britton,
Chris Biagini,
David Campbell,
Nyle Clearlock,
Jan and David McKillip,
Gene Forsyth,
Ray Johnson,
Bill Schuler, and
Bill Tanzyus
Choreography: Mrs. Steve Burns
Lights, Sound, and Effects: Walter Dodson
Props: Kristi Clark
Costumes: Linda Rickel and Cast
Publicity: John Citron,
Janet Fisher Collum, and
Leslie Nickels
Office: Margaret Forsyth and her Merry Band of Volunteers
Parking: Chris Biaagini,
Steve Burns,
John Citron,
Bruce Collum,
Jess Collum,
Tory Hardin,
Pick Mahaffey,
Dan McGraw,
Dave McKillip, and
Roy Thrash
Costumes: Andrea Pierkowski
Publicity: Gene Forsyth, Jackie Stuelke
Others: Marnie and Darci Becker,
Ryan aand Charlotte Butler,
Marge Chapple,
Kara Dawson,
Becky Green,
Joyce Hale,
Liz Hitzman,
Lauren Hardin,
Andrew Ross,
Betty Scoles,
Sheilah Thrash,
Sherryl Watkins, and
Virginia Webb
Progarm Printing: 5 Star Printing
Program Cover and Poster Design: Randy Groden
Webmaster: Tom Clark and
John Lukas
Ray Johnson as Flint Robert L. Simpson as Clive Marisa Iund as Hope Langdon James X. Robinson III as Dr. Grayburn Rob Sieck as Nigel Rancour Maya Winn de Launay as Lady Grace Manley-Prowe
John C. De Launay as Col. Gillweather OUR SPECIAL THANKS TO:
The Sentinel-Record
The Arkansas Democrat Gazette
Hot Springs Village Voice
Jerry Jones
Channel 5
Lockwood's Men's Store
Nearly New Hot Springs
Salon and Day Spa
Native American Gallery
Suzi Dennis as Miss Tweed
Matthew A. Scott as Geoffrey
Pianist Amber Lindsey