Send Me no Flowers is a show about misunderstandings
and the lengths that one man will go to for the woman he loves.
George Kimball is a hypochondriac with a problem, he thinks he’s dying.
When he overhears his doctor talking about another patient, he immediately
assumes its about himself. He decides to become proactive in his
“last few weeks” and plans for the eventual life his wife will have
to live without him. He even goes so far as to find the perfect
suitor for her after he’s gone. With the help of his constantly
buzzed neighbor, Arnold, George will realize all his worrying and
pills won’t save him from the inevitable realization that he’s been
living more than he ever has.
TJ has worked at PCPH since he was a student at Greencastle High School.
Last year he accepted his first directing assignment here.
He directed the popular mystery Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap.
Among his appearances onstage, he was in The Foreigner,
Thoroughly Modern Millie (for which he won an Upstage Award),
Angel Street, Cheaper By the Dozen, The Drowsy Chaperone,
and Pippin. TJ is a founding member and performer on the blog The Critshow.