From left: Cary Kann as Peter Fortnum, Mary Beth Specht as Yavanna Tinkle and Rick Scheffert as Dudley Granger, in New Minowa Players’ spring production, “Last of the Class.” Performances are April 10, 11, 12 and 13. For more photos, see next week’s Decorah Newspapers. (Photo by Julie Berg-Raymond)
From left: Cary Kann as Peter Fortnum, Mary Beth Specht as Yavanna Tinkle and Rick Scheffert as Dudley Granger, in New Minowa Players’ spring production, “Last of the Class.” Performances are April 10, 11, 12 and 13. For more photos, see next week’s Decorah Newspapers. (Photo by Julie Berg-Raymond)
The New Minowa Players and Bette Greedy present NMP’s spring show, “Last of the Class,” April 10, 11, 12 and 13, at their theatre (906 S. Mill St., Decorah).

Tickets are $10 and are available at the Oneota Community Food Co-op.

In New York City, two elderly gentlemen have been summoned to a run-down hotel to dispose of articles left by a deceased classmate. 
They become involved with a small-town girl from the Midwest, a stripper, an underworld character and a scheming bellhop.
The two senior citizens get a new lease on life after becoming implicated in a porno racket, befriending two damsels in distress and, last but not least, thwarting a gangster.

Cast, in order of appearance, for “Last of the Class” are: Mary Beth Specht (Yavanna Tinkle), Cary Kann (Peter Fortnum), Hillary Vamstad (Janet Zabriske), Rick Scheffert (Dudley Granger), Karen Esterl (Wanda Lust), Carl Peterson (Frank Dorski), Elaine Hegg (Pauline) and Dave Hegg (the man upstairs).

Sponsors for the event are Decorah Bank and Trust, Family Table Restaurant, Gallery of Tops, Modish, Pizza Ranch, Rockweiler Appliance and TV and Singing Hammers Construction.

With “Last of the Class,” Greedy closes the curtain on a 40-plus year career with New Minowa Players.

“From now on, I’m going to sit and watch,” she said.