an original musical comedy
by Marianne Withington
11th, 12th @ 8:00 May 13th 3:00 matinee
story takes place in "Over The Hills", a retirement home. Cat is an elderly woman with cataracts but very keen hearing.
Her husband Seemore is very hard of hearing, but can "see more" than most people can. Cat is heiress to a large
fortune, but her last will and testament stipulates that her son Solly will only inherit it if he marries before her death.
Otherwise, she is leaving everything to Nancy, her beloved nurse, who is like the daughter she never had. Nancy is counting
on the fact that Solly has never had luck in the relationship department. Nancy and her boyfriend Lenny plan various ways
to thwart Solly's search for a mate, but Solly manages to find love despite their efforts. This may call for more desperate
$15 Group Ticket Sales (all ages, 10 or more pre-paid tickets)
$18 Students/Seniors (65+ for Seniors/All
Students with a school ID)
$20 General Admission
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to show time.
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is open, first come, first served.
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The Bay Players is a non-profit community theatre organization serving the South Shore
Boston area since 1956. Centered in Duxbury, Massachusetts, the Bay Players holds open auditions and welcomes everyone to
participate in the excitement of community theatre! Join us on stage, backstage or in the audience! Contact us if you would like to be added to the audition and/or show mailing
Cat: Eve Montague
Solly: Bill Driscoll
Ami: Sheila Kelleher
Magic Mack: Ed Dowling
Lenny: Sean MacIsaac
Philip Markella - Stage Director
Marianne Withington - Music
Sara Freedman - Stage Manager