Jan BoutilierIf you or your child spent a lot of time in the office in high school, you probably know Jan. She has been an important part of Dinner and a Murder since its inception, and has been in the show every year. She is also a regular in shows put on by the O’Meara Dance Studio. Jan claims that she used to be shy, but I don’t believe her.
Marie Farmer – This is Marie’s third time on stage with us. She is a regular in the O’Meara Dance Studios shows. She comes from a long line of entertainers. At the 2012 PT Fantabulous Follies, 4 generations of Beebes shared the stage in a memorable tap dance number.
  David Crozier – Any thought that David might only be on stage because his wife is forcing him to do it will vanish as soon as he begins to speak. David has been with us from the beginning. He helped write both last year’s script and this year’s, so he gets part of the blame for this mess. He works regularly with the O’Meara Dance Studio. If it wasn’t for David, I still wouldn’t know what a shillelagh was.
  Mary Crozier – Mary has been crucial to the show from the very beginning. I’ve never seen anyone pull a costume together as quickly and thoroughly as she does. Mary is a regular with the O’Meara Dance Studio, where she gets 4 or 5 costumes instead of just the one a year we ask for.
  Jim Guthrie – Jim wins the award for longest commute to the show: 840 miles (each way). He figures that since he is here he will build and install the set pieces for the show, with a little help from his friends. For most of the show’s history, Jim has been voicing some of Ramon’s inappropriate lines, and loving it. Jim is happy to contribute to a good cause and enjoys being part of a talented group of thespians. Thank you all for attending tonight’s performance and supporting local theater. Keep up the good work.

Micah Harding –
  Zach NeSmith – Zach is an actor of some renown in Port Townsend. He’s a regular with the Key City Public Theatre. He jumped in at nearly the last minute in 2010 when Jason was unable to do the show due to work commitments. Last year, the poor guy had to play one of the most wretched parts in all of theater – he played me.
  Peggy Tonan – If there’s anyone on our stage who loves an audience more than I do, it’s Peggy. They love her in return. She joined us the second year and, never one to waste time, Peggy was guilty of murder that year. Who knows? Maybe she’ll strike again…



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