Send Me No Flowers presented by The Villages Theater Company

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Send Me No Flowers presented by The Villages Theater Company

Oct 19 - 22 | 7pm

Mulberry Grove Recreation Center Resident $18 | General Public $23 Get Tickets

Presented by The Villages Theater Company Written by Norman Barasch and Carroll More and Directed by Judy Johnson

A hypochondriac, George, overhears his doctor talking to another patient on the phone, assumes his own end is near and begins to put his affairs in order. He buys a cemetery plot, writes a farewell letter to his wife, Judy, and even arranges for a good second husband for her. This makes her think he is having an affair. George then finds out that he is not dying so what will he do now? All of these misunderstandings lead to a delightful laugh-out-loud comedy that you don’t want to miss!

 Pictured left to right: Dr. Morrissey ( Lon Abrams ) George Kimball ( Jack Filkins ) Arnold Nash ( Tony Oteri ) Arnold look so concerned! Could there be something wrong with George?
Arnold look so concerned!
Could there be something wrong with George?

Pictured left to right:
Dr. Morrissey (Lon Abrams)
George Kimball (Jack Filkins)
Arnold Nash (Tony Oteri)
 Pictured left to right: George Kimball ( Jack Filkins ) Judith Kimball ( Nancy Markey ) Bert Power ( Ken Hoffmann ) Why is Judith, George’s wife, hugging Bert? George does not look too happy!
Why is Judith, George’s wife, hugging Bert?
George does not look too happy!
Pictured left to right:
George Kimball (Jack Filkins)
Judith Kimball (Nancy Markey)
Bert Power (Ken Hoffmann)
 Pictured left to right: Judith Kimball ( Nancy Markey ) First Passerby ( Una Glaser ) Second Passerby ( Ross Wilkinson ) Judith is selling pencils? What has happened?
Judith is selling pencils?
What has happened?
Pictured left to right:
Judith Kimball (Nancy Markey)
First Passerby (Una Glaser)
Second Passerby (Ross Wilkinson)
 Pictured left to right: George Kimball ( Jack Filkins ) Ms. Akins ( Barb Abrams ) Ms. Akins is a salesperson from Eternal Gardens discussing cemetery plots with George. Is he dying?
Ms. Akins is a salesperson from
Eternal Gardens discussing cemetery
plots with George. Is he dying?

Pictured left to right:
George Kimball (Jack Filkins)
Ms. Akins (Barb Abrams)
 Pictured left to right: Judith Kimball ( Nancy Markey ) George Kimball ( Jack Filkins) Bert Power ( Ken Hoffmann ) It appears George has taken a turn for the worse. A trip to Mayo Clinic seems in order.
It appears George has taken a turn
for the worse.
A trip to Mayo Clinic seems in order.

Pictured left to right:
Judith Kimball (Nancy Markey)
George Kimball (Jack Filkins)
Bert Power (Ken Hoffmann)
 Pictured left to right: A Girl ( Barb Pearson ) George Kimball ( Jack Filkins ) Miss Mason ( Joyce Schenk ) Is George cheating on Judith? What is going on?
Is George cheating on Judith?
What is going on?

Pictured left to right:
A Girl ( Barb Pearson )
George Kimball (Jack Filkins)
Miss Mason (Joyce Schenk)
 Pictured left to right: George Kimball ( Jack Filkins ) Arnold Nash ( Tony Oteri ) Poor Arnold has been so worried about George and is reciting a eulogy he wrote for him while having a drink to dull his pain.
Poor Arnold has been so worried
about George and is reciting a eulogy
he wrote for him while having a
drink to dull his pain.

Pictured left to right:
George Kimball (Jack Filkins)
Arnold Nash (Tony Oteri)
 Pictured left to right: Ms. Akins (Barb Abrams ) Judith Kimball (Nancy Markey ) What is Ms. Akins from Eternal Gardens showing to Judith?
What is Ms. Akins from Eternal
Gardens showing to Judith?

Pictured left to right:
Ms. Akins (Barb Abrams)
Judith Kimball (Nancy Markey)