WHO-DONE-IT: Gary Burdette, from left to right, Brett Eppley, Katie Wood, Brandon Hedgepeth, Leah Soloman, Candee Burns, Bekah Clayton and Andrew Forrester pose for a promotional photo for the upcoming Little Grand Theatre production of “Busybody.” (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie/kritchie@madisoncourier.com)
WHO-DONE-IT: Gary Burdette, from left to right, Brett Eppley, Katie Wood, Brandon Hedgepeth, Leah Soloman, Candee Burns, Bekah Clayton and Andrew Forrester pose for a promotional photo for the upcoming Little Grand Theatre production of “Busybody.” (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie/kritchie@madisoncourier.com)
Little Grand Theatre Co. will present Jack Popplewell's "Busybody" on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Ohio Theatre.

The comedy will close out the theater group's 2013-2014 season before its summer workshop begins.

Show times are Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., an 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students.

All performances will be on the main stage of the Ohio Theater.

The play is about a cleaning woman, Mrs. Piper, who finds the dead body of her employer, Mr. Marshall. By the time Det. Superintendent Baxter arrives, the body has disappeared. When valuable evidence is found, it too disappears before she can turn it in to the police.

The odd circumstances are chalked up to the cleaning woman's imagination until an unidentified body is discovered. The play is a classic who-done-it with twists and turns at every corner.

The production, which includes a small cast of eight actors, is recommended for adult audiences and students 13 or older.

Lindsay Bullock, a 2000 graduate of Hanover College, will direct. Bullock has taught theater at Northwestern University, for the local Summer Theatre Workshop and is the director of KidzStreet at North Madison Christian Church.

Tickets are available now at the Ohio Theatre or online at www.lgtc.org.

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The cast includes: Bekah Clayton as Mrs. Piper; Andrew Forrester as Richard Marshall; Brandon Hedgepeth as Det. Constable Goddard; Gary Burdette as Det. Superintendent Baxter; Leah Soloman as Claire Marshall; Candee Burns as Marian Selby; Brett Eppley as Robert Westerby; and Katie Wood as Vickie Reynolds.

The play is directed by Lindsay Bullock. The stage manager is Laura Ratcliff. Set design was done by Aaron Kelsey.