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Not too late to buy tickets for playhouse show

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Dr. Jim Kimbrough (Jim Rambo) takes the pulse of Harry Lambert (Jack Randall Earles), who is proving how fit he is to the doctor and their wives Edith (Diana Callahan) and Gracie (Tammy Hunter). The fitness of Harry and Edith is about to really be tested, as the middle-aged couple finds out they are about to have another baby in the comedy "Never Too Late." The show opens Thursday at the Putnam County Playhouse. Banner Graphic/JARED JERNAGAN
Director Shelly McFadden is helming the comedy "Never Too Late," which will close the 49th season of the Putnam County Playhouse.

Sandi Rossok will assist McFadden.

The production will be presented September 9-11 and again September 15-18, at the Hazel Day Longden Theatre in Greencastle.

All performances are at 8 p.m. All seats are reserved and are priced at $9. The box office can be reached by calling 653-5880 between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday during performance weeks.

The show is being sponsored in part by Rossok & Co. Insurance.

"Never Too Late," written by Sumner Arthur Long, features Jack Randall Earles and Diana Callahan as Harry and Edith Lambert, a middle-aged married couple who discover that they are about to become parents again.

Their family and the town they live in are thrown into chaos.

Especially upset are the couple's married daughter Kate, played by Shalynn Eckols, and her husband Charlie, played by Kenny Buchanan.

Also appearing in featured roles are Jim Rambo and Tammy Hunter as friends of the family, Ric McFadden as mayor of the town, and Dustin Bond in two roles, a local policeman and the handyman who helps with the installation of the new nursery.

Morgan Davis is the production stage manager.

Matt McClaine is the sound and light designer. He will also run the sound board.

Alixandra Green will run the light board.

Also assisting on the crew are TJ Tincher and Tim Peyton. Linda Gjesvold designed the set.

Helping backstage with costumes will be Jamie Barrand. Period hairstyles will be done by Nikki Evans of the Styling Station.

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