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 It’s Miss Congeniality meets Hart to Hart when the cast of characters of Deadly Image hits the stage. Joey Reynolds, played by Meggin Dail, is a private investigator hired by Wentworth Jefferson, played by Mike Towle, to find out who and why someone is trying to kill him. After a series of unfortunate events, Jefferson suspects pretty much everyone he knows. Is it his ex-wife Julia, played by Doreen Sheppard (last seen in The Dixie Swim Club) who’s mad at Ol’Wenty for dumping her for an….older woman?? Or maybe it’s society columnist Felicia Phillips, played by Margot Keyes, because his fortune had slipped through her grasp. Maybe it’s Techtronics staff member Paul Carter, played by Marty Williams, or his genteel southern wife, Mary Jane, played by Cathy Williams, or his personal assistant Debra Mason, played by newcomer Iris Buchanan, who both want to get their hands on his multi-million dollar company. Suppose it could be his new bride, Mamie, played by Gerri Casey, because she’s tired of this skirt-chasing louse. Or perhaps we need to take a look at Mr. J’s new step-children, Sam and Selena, playedby newcomer Jordan Gagan and Melanie Casey, because they’re distrustful of Wentworth and want the family fortune all to themselves. Then of course there’s the household staff. Maybe Bonnie, the maid, played by Alex Keyes, or the cook, Mrs. Fields, played by Nella Hobson, after all, most “accidents” occur at home. Or did the butler really do it? Chenoweth the butler, played by Richard Hackerman, might be trying to do Mamie a favor.

At least we know who didn’t do it. Lt. Al Reynolds, a detective on the police force as well as Joey’s ex-husband, played by Ernie Bass, is just there to solve this whodunit and maybe reconcile some old feelings.

Get ready for some good old fashioned detecting, some really corny jokes, a few snorts and the most mischievous cast of characters this side of CSI when Deadly Image, by Billy St. John, directed by Carole Neveux and produced by Jon Martin, hits the Scenic stage for one weekend only, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 5 and 6 at 7pm and May 7 at 2pm. Tickets are $15 each and can be purchased by clicking on

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