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    A wife, husband, and a dead body are found in the English countryside of Something to Hide, which opens at Little Colonel Playhouse on Feb. 9.  

    Something to Hide performances will take place on Feb. 10, 11, 17, and 18 at 8 p.m. each night.  Matinees will go on Feb. 12 and 19 at 2:30 p.m. each day.  Also, an opening night dinner theatre will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 9.  All performances will go on at the Little Colonel Playhouse, located at 302 Mt. Mercy Drive in Pewee Valley, KY.

    Tickets for each show are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors over 60 and students.  The dinner theatre show is $18 extra.  Dinner ticket reservations are required and can be made by calling 502-241-1137.  Other ticket reservations, which are strongly recommended, can be made at 502-588-1557.  More information on the show can be found at the Little Colonel Playhouse website.

    The thriller Something to Hide is set in an English countryside cottage, where Howard, a novelist, has his book publisher wife visit each weekend.  Howard's mistress visits during the week.  That is, until the wife runs over the mistress in the driveway.  Howard looks to dispose of the body as he begins to deal with some chaotic and unexpected series of events, like threats, investigations, and even more murder.

    Bob Zelinski directed the Leslie Sands-created production.  The Something to Hide cast includes Kirsten McDowell, Allen Schuler, Tiffany Smith, Candy Thomas, Elaine Hackett, Cook Farmer, and Rick Fletcher.

    Following Something to Hide, Little Colonel Playhouse will present An American Daughter.  Auditions for the show will go on Feb. 12 and 13 at 7 p.m. in the Playhouse.  Be prepared for cold readings from the script.  Bethany Morse will direct the Wendy Wasserstein-created production.  

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    A near life-long resident of Louisville, Brian has written for since spring 2010. He has also written for various publications and online sites, including the Mount Vernon Democrat and Louisville Catholic Sports. Brian spends most of his free time enjoying the theatre scene, hanging out at the nearest coffee shop, and enjoying life.

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