‘Angel Street’ Opens July 11th At Putnam County Playhouse
July means suspense as the Putnam County Playhouse presents the Victorian thriller “Angel Street.” Show dates are July 11-13 and July 17-20. All shows begin at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 and can be reserved by calling the box office at 653-5880, beginning Monday, July 8 at 5:00 p.m.
Corporate sponsor for the show is Rossok & Company – Pekin Insurance.
The suspense play best known because of its 1945 film version titled “Gaslight,” features Caroline Good as Bella Manningham who seems to being going mad. Her husband Jack is played by TJ Tincher. Into this household comes a police detective named Rough, played by Tim Good. He knows more about her husband’s past than Bella does. There are also two household servants. Elizabeth the housekeeper is played by Eleanor Howard. Nancy, the cockney maid with romance on her mind is played by Ashlee Vitz.
Director for the production is Jack Randall Earles. Assistant director is Sandi Rossok. Also assisting on the technical side are Kent Clark and Alexandra Wittig. Set painting and decoration are by Linda Gjesvold. Costuming is by Caroline Good.
Also appearing as local policemen are Jim Green and Tyson Myrick. Myrick is also the production stage manager.
For more information, visit the Putnam County Playhouse website: www.putnamcountyplayhouse.com.
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