Miners Alley Presents 'Move Over Mrs. Markham'
Miners Alley Presents
Move Over Mrs. Markham
By Ray Cooney and John Chapman
Directed by Rick Bernstein
To Sylvie it's the "goose" that she learned from Alistair, but to Philip, Joanna Markham's husband, fifteen
years of marriage is just about undone when a mistaken letter implicates Joanna in a scandalous flirtation.
This flirtation is actually the doing of Linda Lodge as a payback affair for her husband Henry's incessant
philandering. Decency and attire are all shed in this wild zany free for all. Everything from intimate
negotiations with Bow Wow Books to the naked mistaken identity of the telephone operator, it's hard to keep
track of who is in bed with whom and the specter of scandal is hilarious. Don't miss Ray Cooney and John
Chapman (author's of last year's smash hit "Not Now Darling"), at their very funniest!
See the video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQH1S-X3n_g
Miners Alley Playhouse presents "Move Over Mrs. Markham" April 17 through May 31. With performances every
Friday and Saturday at 7:30.p.m. and Sunday's at 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 and available by calling
303-935-3044 or online at www.minersalley.com. The closing performance on Sunday, May 31 will be at 2 p. m.
and there will be no evening show on this date.
Rick Bernstein directs the stellar cast of Haley Johnson (Mrs. Joanna Markham), Robert Kramer (Philip
Markham), Verl Hite (Henry Lodge), Leslie Randle Chapman (Linda Lodge), Christian Mast (Alistair Spenlow),
Laura Jo Trexler (Sylvie), Jan Cleveland (Olive Harriet Smythe), Heather Schroeder (Miss Wilkinson) and Mike
Pearl as Walter Pangbourne.
Miners Alley Playhouse presents
"Move Over Mrs. Markham"
Mistaken identities, girls' flitting about, scandal, bed hopping and it's all ridiculous!
April 17 - May 31
Fri. /Sat. 7:30 p.m.; Sun. 6 p.m.
*Sunday, May 31 will be at 2 p.m. There will be no evening show on this date.
Miners Alley Playhouse
1224 Washington Avenue (corner of 13th & Washington - 2nd floor)
Laura Jo Trexler & Christian Mast
Leslie Randle Chapman, Verl Hite and Haley Johnson
Haley Johnson and Robert Kramer
Photo credit: Sarah Roshan