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A melodrama about a corrupt older married man, Munro, who pursues an innocent country girl, Nellie Lovelace. Munro poisons Nellie’s mother, drives the blacksmith’s son to drinking because of his blackmailing the rich Mrs. Asterbilt and corrupting Asterbilt’s daughter, Leonie.

By Bill Johnson.

Director: Ron Cameron

Musical Director: Jean Minielly

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Theatre Location

Monahan’s Dinner Theatre


Nellie Lovelace: Valentina Sitnik
Adam Oakheart: Michael Donald
The Widow Lovelace: Kathryn MacDonald
Munro Murgatroyd: Raymond Vetere
Ida Rhinegold: Julain
Mookie Maguggins: Mark Cassius
Mrs. Upson Asterbilt: Fiona Wheelband
Leonie Asterbilt: Mary-Anne Taylor
Fleurette: Nancy Pataki
Little Nell: Kathryn MacDonald


Dirty Work at the Crossroads, Theatre Sheridan, musical theatre

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Original Citation

Cameron, R. (Director). (1985, March 29 – May 4). Dirty work at the crossroads [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.

Dirty Work at the Crossroads, March 29 – May 4, 1985



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