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Director believes Ludwig play is sure to provide laughs

Leo Clark (Conrad Browne Lörcher), Jack Gable (Brian Avery), Butch (Nick Casey), Audrey (Allison McArdle), Meg (Amanda Martini-Hughes), Doc (Patrick Leathem) in "Leading Ladies" at Home Made Theater.
Leo Clark (Conrad Browne Lörcher), Jack Gable (Brian Avery), Butch (Nick Casey), Audrey (Allison McArdle), Meg (Amanda Martini-Hughes), Doc (Patrick Leathem) in "Leading Ladies" at Home Made Theater.
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According to Kirk Starczewski, Ken Ludwig’s comedies are designed for times when people are hungry for a few good laughs. “Leading Ladies,” Ludwig’s 2004 play set in York, Pa., in the 1950s, is coming to Home Made Theater in Saratoga Springs for three weekends of performances, and Starczewski, who is directing the production, is guaranteeing a good time. “It’s a good show, a very good show, which helps you forget all the troubles in the ...


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