Stratton Players

Established 1925

Mr. Pim Passes By


by:  A.A.Milne

directed by:  Janet Cragin

The very first show Stratton Players ever produced, this 1919 featherweight farce written by the author of "Winnie the Pooh" passes once again by the Stratton Playhouse.

Love, marriage and the rules we live by all get a moment of amusing contemplation in this charming production, when a pasty-faced, proper fellow named Carraway Pim drops in on the the Mardens' country house with a letter of introduction one lovely English day.  Milne has made his turn-of-the-century world feel as refreshing today as a walk through the Hundred Acre Wood.

 Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.


Bob Blake as Carraway Pim

Judy Gentry as Lady Marden

Rob Hawkins as Brian Strange

Aurelia Lyman as Anne

Julia Palmer as Dinah

Carolyn Salter as Olivia Marden

Alan Womer as George Marden