Vaudeville's My Home

From the publishers Eldridge Plays:

Set in the 1920s, this semi-musical play (contains five piano songs) starts out with two vaudeville troupers who are fleeing New York following their robbery of a theatre box office. They become stranded in the village of Pleasant Corners, Ohio. Broke and hungry, they devise a plan to swindle the local populace by convincing them they have enough talent to produce their own vaudeville show to raise money for a new school. The play tryouts are hilarious: Eloise Findley, the rich spinster, recites "The Bells"; the hillbilly McDowell clan gives their own deadpan rendition of "Little Brown Jug"; and the N.A.G.S. (National Alliance for Good Schools) members form a chorus line.

The Upstage Players produced "Vaudeville's My Home" in July, 2009 in the Upsala Auditorium.

Harvey Zimmerman Larry Johnson
Clyde J Fish Randy Borash
Emmanuel Thorndike Hooker Josh Knudtson
Joyce Hackman Leonice Prokott
Mrs. Scott Emma Guthrie
Mrs. Reed Janel Scholz
Mrs. Wilson Lisa Hansen
Mrs. Peterson Pam Schoon
Mrs. Arnold Aleta Edin
Mrs. Gaglianno Marlene Hovland
Eloise Findley Carolyn Kokett
J.T. Brent Pepin
Elsie Hannah Knudtson
Emma Jean Glory Knudtson
T.J. Joe Swanson
G.J. Nate Knudtson
P.J. Aidan Guthrie
B.J. Katie Prokott
C.J. Naomi Knudtson
Z.J. Francis Knudtson
Antonio Giovanni Gaglianno Tony Achmann
Margaret Wilson McKenzie Barth
Willy Peterson Andrew Swanson
Sgt. Tim O'Sullivan Adam Pangrac
Officer Jack O'Malley Mat Hansen


Show Dates: 
Friday, July 24, 2009
Saturday, July 25, 2009
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Chantelle Frie