Directed by Andrew Scott Turner.
This Broadway hit, written in the 1950s, is about Harry Lambert, a married man in his fifties who suddenly learns he’s becoming a father again.
His last child, a girl, was born 24 years ago and considering the boob she married he finds the prospect of another unthinkable. His daughter and son-in-law live with him; she gets up for breakfast at lunchtime and he is curiously addicted to solitaire.
It’s not only the impending birth that startles Harry; his previously meek wife begins to lay down the law. There’s to be a nursery, a new bath, and she’s to have her own checking account. Such dour capitulation you’ll never see again.
|Grace Kimbrough||Kathy Davis|
|Harry Lambert||Dennis Twitchell|
|Edith Lambert||Rossie Kyllonen|
|Dr. James Kimbrough||Elton Cole|
|Mr. Foley||Bill Miller|
|Mayor Crane||Tom Littlefield|
|Producers||Connie Allen and Carol Huotari|
|Director||Andrew Scott Turner|
|Stage managers||Mary Ellen Theriault and Kathy Davis|
|Readers||Mary Ellen Theriault, Carol Huotari, Connie Allen, Harrison Turner, Stephen Sessions|
|Set design||Claire Sessions|
|Light and sound design||Norman Hutchins Jr.|
|Light and sound board operators||Norman Hutchins Jr. and Sam Howes|
|Props||Carol Huotari and Connie Allen|
|House managers||Kenn Sawyer and Terry Cole|
|Set construction and decoration||Claire Sessions, Tom Littlefield, Dan Rennie, Andy Turner, Stephen Sessions, Harrison Turner, Ty Wyman|
|Graphic design||Jenny Adams|
|Photography||Ethan McNerny and Fallon Turner|