Brookings Harbor
 Community Theater

A mad-cap farce concerning a California billionaire who has bequeathed all of his assets to his only daughter Constance ...

... except the 22-million-dollar yacht he wanted Josephine to have, a 25 million-dollar art collection left to Rene and some priceless antique automobiles willed to Marjorie

Constance arrives at her father's mansion with her lawyer, determined to find out who these women are and to buy them off or contest the will

The butler seems to hold the key and she learns from him that the three sultry ladies were her father's lovers

She also discovers that the yacht, the art and the cars have vanished, all having been sold to The Bimbo Corporation

Could the butler be behind the shenanigans - and is he carrying on with all of the ladies in question?

Does the elderly, deaf housekeeper really have a pet rat?

Can the bumbling detective hired by Constance really be so inept, linguistically as well as professionally?

And why has the butler hired an actress to play his wife?



Agnes  -  Pam Lynn

Clifton  -  Paul Wenning

Susie  -  Jasmin Bisiaux

Oscar  -  Himself

Constance  -  Therese Bettencourt

Mr. Vance  -  Jason Boese

Josephine Sykes  -  Amanda Boese

Renee LaFleur  -  Ariel Farris

William Davis  -  Matthew Perez

Marjorie Merivale  -  Brooke Raiter


Director:  Colleen Harrison

Lights Sound:  Lynette McPherson

Sets:  Randy Rose

Sue Whitmore

Dylan Panter

John Reimiller 

Tim Van Maren