Dirty Work at the Crossroads
Camden Civic Theatre
Presents its Renowned Company of Superlative Players
in the Grand Dramatic Spectacle
DIRTY WORK AT THE CROSSROADS
or Tempted , Tried, and True
Penned by the illustrious Bill Johnson,
The success attending this Great Romantic Drama at its initial production in 1890, when it was received with unbounded applause, unprecedented in the history of the stage, has induced the Management to spare no expense in its reproduction.
At the historic Watts Hall, Thomaston, Maine
on October 7, 8, 14, 15, at 7:30 pm
October 9, 16, at 2:00 pm
Nellie Lovelace, as true as she is tender,played by Miss Devin Fletcher
Adam Oakheart, as brave as he is bashful, played by Mr. Ian Brackett
The Widow Lovelace, sweet as she is simple, played by Mrs. Kate Fletcher
Munroe Murgatroyd, as wild as he is wicked, played by Mr. Richard O’Malley
Ida Rhinegold, as deep as she is dyed, played by Mrs. Mim Bird
Mookie MacGuggins, as rude as he is rustic, played by Mr. Steven Bird
Mrs. Upson Asterbilt, of Newport and Brooklyn, played by Mrs. Lois Levensaler
Leonie Asterbilt, her daughter, played by Mrs. Heather Mackey
Fleurette, their French maid, played by Miss Marie Merrifield
Little Nell, who never had a father, played by Miss Natalie Stewart
In addition, marvel at interludes and entertainments that delight and amaze! Vocal renditions by Dagney Ernest and Marcus Carter, recitation by Daniel Bird, banjo pickin’ by John A Luis, and more amusements by Lyn Bass, Erica Dailey, and Latricia Saucier. Mr. Paul Weintraub serves as Master of Ceremonies, ably assisted by George Grey and Ciara Murphy.
Received by full and fashionable audiences with peals of laughter and bursts of applause!
The number of tickets for sale will be limited to the magnitude of the building.
General admission tickets may be purchased online at CamdenCivicTheatre.com (see home page) or at the box office prior to performances.
Ticket Prices; $14.00 Adults, $12.00 Seniors and Students, $10.00 Children 11 years and under