The Apalachee High School Theatre will present “Has Anyone Seen Aunt Agatha?” on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 21-22, at 7:30 p.m., at the Colleen O. Williams Theatre, Winder.
The show is directed by Susan Pierce with assistant director Tiffany Gordon.
Patrick Johnson plays Michael Kent, a very sarcastic lawyer; Hope Mobley plays Alicia Kent, his wife and the family idiot; David Martin plays Dr. William Talbot, a not very good doctor; Katelyn Downey plays Helen Talbot, his wife and avid tennis player; Jacob Holloway plays Arthur Talbot, a very frightened but sweet young man; Carly Baker plays Kara Afters, a Nancy Drew, engaged to Arthur; Jessica Howington plays Jessica Hensley, a Broadway actress in extremely early retirement; Cameron Skinner plays Andrews, a very old and easily forgetful butler; Guadalupe Munoz plays Lucia, the Spanish speaking maid that can understand English; Cameron Cox plays The Inspector, who comes out of nowhere, and Majenneh Sengbe plays Aunt Agatha, the host. She’s dead.
The script is a written by James Taylor Odom, a theatre major at Gainesville Theatre Alliance. The performance is a premier of his first play. Odom’s uncle, Joseph Mendoza, is a teacher at Apalachee High School. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door, and can be purchased at the Winder City Hall and Apalachee High School.
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