Performed at CTA April 10-13, 2014

Huge oil reserves have been discovered in the Chagos Islands.  O.P.E.C. is pressuring the Chagosians to join the cartel.  A C.I.A. agent and an under Secretary of State, whose life appears to be run by her libido, are sent to a C.I.A. safe house in the mountains of Virginia to begin negotiations for the U.S. to place the Chagos Islands under their protection.  Unfortunately, no one knows who the islands’ representative really is.  We are left to wonder how the C.I.A. agent ever got the job.  He gets caught in all his own bobby traps, he electrocutes himself, he sets fire to himself, he gets a bucket stuck on his head, and finally locks himself in his own handcuffs!  Add to the inevitable chaos, a stranded televangelist, his innocent secretary (or is she?), an ex-marine caretaker, who isn’t what he seems to be, and a mysterious, glamorous neighbor; and you have a complex, laugh out loud farce. 

DIRECTOR:   Sue MacKenzie-Smith

PERFORMANCES:  April 10-13, 2014

THE CAST

 Hans Veenendaal — LUKE JAMES
Jeff Adler  — 
DANIEL WARREN
Shannon Tolliver  — 
MARGARET JOHNSON
Tim Walworth  — 
THE REVEREND SAMUEL ABERNATHY
Jennifer Birkholz  — 
MILLICENT
Tammy Reykdal  — 
HEATHER ANN FARADAY
Laura Comer  — 
RANGER DON
Addisen Ploeger  — 
STAGE MANAGER