"George Love is a gentlemanly diplomat, polite and charming – or so he would have you believe. Behind his smooth veneer is a fortune-hunter, marrying vulnerable women and stealing their nest eggs. Adelaide Pinchin, a skilled milliner lacking in confidence, seems like just another one of his victims, until they both find something unusual between them. From this point, the plot twists and turns until its spectacular conclusion..."
Produced in cooperation with Actors Equity Association, the show stars Denver favorites Rachel Fowler ("Rabbit Hole," at Curious; "The Miracle Worker" and "All My Sons" at Denver Center Theatre Company) and Leigh Miller ("The Miracle Worker" at Denver Center Theatre Company; "Yankee Tavern" at Curious; "A Man for All Seasons" at Arvada Center); and is directed by well-known actor Jeffrey Roark (acting credits include "The Crucible" at Arvada Center; "Merry Wives of Windsor" at Denver Center Theatre Company; "Big River" and "Evita"at Arvada Center).
The play will be presented at the Grant-Humphreys Mansion (770 Pennsylvania Street in Denver), in the grand ballroom, March 13 - 22, 2011, Sunday through Tuesday at 8pm. The mansion will open at 7pm for viewing.
$20 suggested donation, all proceeds benefit the Colorado Historical Society. No reservations; seating begins at 7:30pm and is general admission.