By Ira Levin

By Ira Levin

In the Vermont Village of Greenfield Center, there is a genial, benevolent and greatly loved old physician who is very proud of his community.  It is peopled with fine, wholesome folk, and it appears that heaven rewards the civic virtue by seeing to it that mostly only those who are wicked at heart die.  And the good Dr. Cook, who is willing to go out on sick calls at any hour of the day or night, is proud to live in such a fortunate community.  Delighted for the chance to see a venerable friend and benefactor again, a young physician, who has known and loved Dr. Cook for years, returns to the village for a visit.  Then a problem of medical ethics rises to haunt this young visitor, bringing on a gripping climax to the play, in which two doctors, young and old, are pitted against each other in a scene of unforgettable, breath stopping suspense and high drama.



Friday, May 17: 8pm
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