That question is not one that the cast and crew of "Let's Murder Marsha" is asking this week. There is plenty to do before opening night, which is this coming Friday, March 5th. The stage (which is fantastic) is complete, and now they must rehearse getting the feel of the stage instead of just props pretending to be a set. Tim Roth is River City Players set designer and he has the talent and ability to make you think you are at the location the set is representing. Also, the actors will be doing dress rehearsals this week. They must get the feel of how long do they have to get off stage, change clothes, and be ready to hop right back on stage like they hadn't even been off stage. It is a timing thing. One that can really cause an actor to be out of breath by the time they get back to the dressing room, get off the clothing they have on and get another costume on. Sometimes help is needed due to zippers, buttons or belts that need to be tied. There have been times when there is just too little time to get a costume change completed so the actor must improvise. As a Director of many of RCP's shows, this is when I tell my cast, "People it is Theatre". They then realize that they can only do what is possible as far as costume changes. Also, this final week is when they must perfect the blocking of the show. Where to move and when to move. What furniture must they learn to walk around that hasn't been there during the last 5 weeks of rehearsals, and the props that they must know when to pick up and when and where to put it back down. I could go on and on but I think you would understand more if you would come and watch this production. It is a comedy and the cast is a very talented, award winning, group of people. Also, Mike Craig is the director of this show and this is his first production. Let's show Mike our support. Call Port Cape 334-0954 and make reservations for one of the following dates: March 5,6,12,13, Dinner Shows or March 11 Show Only.