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    Top Row L - R: Mary Hoadley, Chris Planetta, Phil Gosselin Middle Row L - R: Rhonda Lucas, Mike Desjardins, Audrey Hamilton Bottom Row L - R: Alan Franklin, Sue Kuzma, Kim Gannon, Ross Murray.
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    Clockwise from top L: ​Mary Hoadley, Chris Planetta, Rhonda Lucas, Phil Gosselin.

QNEK kicking off 24th season with Rumors opening April 22 at the Haskell

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DERBY LINE — QNEK Productions, the award winning international theatre company in residence at the historic Haskell Opera House, is opening its 24th season with the uproarious Neil Simon farce, Rumors, opening April 22.

The show will feature a stellar cast from both sides of the border. Mike Desjardins, Alan Franklin, Kim Gannon, Phil Gosselin, Mary Hoadley, Sue Kuzma, Audrey Langlois, Rhonda Lucas, Ross Murray, and Chris Planetta make up the ensemble cast that will keep you laughing at every turn.

Deputy Mayor of New York City, Charley Brock, and his wife, Myra, are throwing a fabulous fête to celebrate their ten year anniversary, with their best friends in attendance. The problem? Charley’s had a mysterious accident and Myra is missing in action. His lawyer, Ken and wife Chris have to get their story straight before the others arrive and start asking questions. But, it seems time has run out just as the play begins and the evening quickly spins off into farcical hilarity.

The show is Directed by Jenny Dunne.

The production is underwritten by North Country Hospital and Lynda Graham Barber, in Memory of Ray C. Barber. Additional support comes from Community National Bank and Community Circle.

Don’t miss this hilarious start to QNEK Productions 24th season at the historic Haskell Opera House.

Rumors by Neil Simon runs April 22 – May 1.
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30, Sundays at 2 p.m.

Tickets are available by calling the QNEK Box Office at 802-334-2216, reserving by email at qnek.com, by advance purchase online or by phone at catamountarts.org and the Catamount Arts Box Office at 888-757-5559, and by advanced purchase at the MAC Center for the Arts in downtown Newport.

Please note that this play contains adult language.

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