by Mark Dunn
| Action whirls around one disastrous Memorial Day week end at the Beckle
cabin in the Texas hill country. Aubry, his four daughters and Great Aunt
Tammy gather there for the first time since Mrs. Beckle's death. Nothing
goes right. Aunt Tammy is trapped in the bathroom. Daughter Cesca arrives
bearing scars from a round with her abusive husband. Her sister Pidge,
on sudden leave from the group home for the emotionally disturbed where
she lives, shows up. The Beckles must pull together or the family will
self destruct. Their strongest ally is their most alienated member.
"Successfully juxtaposes the comical with the tragic." Atlanticville.
"Witty and wise. Dunn showed promise with Belles; he makes his
mark and fulfills the promise with [Cabin Fever]." Two River Times.
|William Edwards||Aubrey Beckle|
|Mandy Manousos||Georgine Beckle|
|Pat Cross||Karen Beckle Hoffman|
|Peggy Lynch||Cesca Beckle Cody|
|Darcie Lee Grover||Pidge Beckle|
|Michael Carey||Michael Cody|
|Sandi Wolfe||Tammy Pratt|
|Michael Antonucci||Stage Manager|
|Nellenda Rublico||Assistant Director|