The Cary Players presents “Isn’t It Romantic” at the Cary Arts Center as its first production of the season. In this scene, Harriet, played by Megan Woronka, is questioning Paul, played by Larry Evans about his wife. During the show, Harriet is having an affair with Paul, who is her boss.
The Cary Players presents “Isn’t It Romantic” at the Cary Arts Center as its first production of the season. In this scene, Harriet, played by Megan Woronka, is questioning Paul, played by Larry Evans about his wife. During the show, Harriet is having an affair with Paul, who is her boss. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com
The Cary Players presents “Isn’t It Romantic” at the Cary Arts Center as its first production of the season. In this scene, Harriet, played by Megan Woronka, is questioning Paul, played by Larry Evans about his wife. During the show, Harriet is having an affair with Paul, who is her boss. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com

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