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"Hotel La Putts" World Premiere


May 4, 2014
02:00 PM


Original farce written and directed by Wallace Pineault, theater professor emeritus at New England College, set in a deteriorating, secluded New Hampshire hotel owned by the eccentric LaPutts family, who become unwittingly entangled in the dealings of a drug cartel.

This fast paced comedy features a  cast of 23 seasoned community actors, bringing this hotel to life and portraying an array of quirky characters, including the odd but endearing LaPutts family, some aged hotel guest “regulars” who return year after year, a few of “Harry’s friends,” hoodlums akin to a cross between Abbot and Costello and the Marx brothers, Harry’s ditzy fiance’ (“Mara Dingle”), a private detective with delusions of grandeur (“Adrian Snoops”), the Feds, and the family’s talkative parrot.


$16/adults, $14 Jr/Sr if purchased April 30th, $18 and $16 thereafter.


View map Concord City Auditorium
2 Prince St.
Concord, NH

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Community Players of Concord NH


(603) 344-4747

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David Murdo

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