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Career > > 1974 > The Real Inspector Hound

The Real Inspector Hound

June 27-29, 1974 | Yale Cabaret
| Literature: Tom Stoppard
It is a foggy and foreboding day at Muldoon Manor. This charming, but isolated, English country house is populated by tortured and suspicious characters. A game of bridge results in raised temperatures and veiled threats; a mysterious man, possibly mad, shows up to charm the lady of the house and her young friend; and a dead body lies under the sofa, waiting to be discovered. All the while, a pair of pretentious critics comment on the action, munch chocolates, complain bitterly about their professional rivals, and ogle the attractive actresses.
Cast: Franchelle Dorn, Christine Estabrook, Meryl Streep, Marcell Rosenblatt, Barry Marshall, Kenneth Ryan, Charles Herbert



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