Artesia Community Theatre presents “Something’s Afoot”
Lady Grace Manley-Prowe, played by Christine Swafford, exits the limosine and greets fans as she makes her way to the stage.
Miss Tweed, played by Laney Rountree, answers a few questions for a faux reporter during the red-carpet arrival that preceeded the opening of the Artesia Community Theatre’s production of “Something’s Afoot” at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center Thursday afternoon.
Lettie discovers Flint under the dust covers in the opening scene.
Members of the cast perform “Something’s Afoot.”
Lady Grace Manley-Prowe and Miss Tweed perform “Carry On” to bolster Lady Grace’s courage.
Miss Tweed, Lettie and Lady Grace capture an unexpected guest, Geoffrey.
Lettie discovers a gun.
Nigel threatens to shoot Geoffrey.
Cast members test telephones to call for help.
The cast accuses Miss Tweed.
Flint and Lettie perform “Dingy.”
Lettie finds a heap of money.
Geoffrey poses for Miss Tweed.
Miss Tweed paints Geoffrey.
Hope Langdon threatens Geoffrey.
The cast takes a bow. From left to right are Flint (Johnny Shuman), Nigel Rancour (Chris Smith), Clive (Jess Briggs), Hope Langdon(Debbie Brown), Geoffrey (Nathan Mojica), Col. Gillweather (Kirk Daniel), Mystery Guest (Houston Branch), Miss Tweed (Laney Rountree), Lady Grace Manley-Prowe (Christine Swafford), Lettie (Melanie Dippel) and Dr. Grayburn (Dave Boneau). Tyler Green photos
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