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Faculty Member, Alumnus to Exhibit Scam-Artistry on CTL Stage


Brian M. McKeon
Brian M. McKeon

Familiar faces will be part of the farcical fun when the Community Theatre League opens its production of “Cash on Delivery” this weekend.  Brian M. McKeon, assistant professor of biology at Penn College, returns to the CTL stage as Norman McDonald, a boarding-house tenant reluctantly (though energetically and entertainingly) enlisted to perpetuate his landlord’s fraudulent behavior. Another veteran performer, alumnus Keith A. Wagner (2002, computer information technology: data communications and networking concentration), plays Eric Swan, who has been claiming benefits on behalf of nonexistent boarders – and whose decision to “kill off” the imaginary guests coincides with an official investigation. Penn College is also represented behind the scenes: Marshaling the madcap proceedings as stage manager is alumnus James R. Carpenter, a 2007 graduate in computer information technology: internetworking application development concentration. The comedy will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and May 2-4,  and at 2 p.m. May 5.

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