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May 13, 1944
Director.............................J. F. Smith
Music Director...................Mrs. Mable Dunn Hopkins
Three young men and three young women share an apartment in all innocence; they are would be stage folk and they are doing this for economic security. Their apartment is immediately above that of a Broadway producer who is about to cast a road company. They rehearse the play but how can they get him upstairs to see it? It happens that the producer is an amateur chef and, right in the middle of a culinary concoction, he runs out of flour. He comes upstairs to borrow a cup. At last the kids have him and they aren't going to let him go until he sees some evidence of their ability so they stage a murder. It is so realistic that police swarm into the scene with hilarious results.
Acting | Dance | Theatre and Performance Studies | Theatre History
Otterbein Theatre, Performing Arts, College Theater
Otterbein University, "Out of the Frying Pan" (1944). 1907-1958 Productions. 37.