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Phinney actor James Lyle appears in Stone Soup production

November 4th, 2010 · Comments

Phinney Ridge actor James Lyle appears in Wallingford’s Stone Soup Theatre production of “The Boundary,” a companion play to “The Real Inspector Hound.” Both run through Nov. 21.

…its farcical look at murder and the English language, opens with two men whose main ambition is creating the ultimate dictionary as they return to their office and find their life’s work in disarray. Mystery and intrigue ensue when they discover something unsavory underneath the shambles of the office and realize the definitions have also been altered. Now, if only they can find the page with the definition of murder…

James Lyle of Phinney Ridge, left, and Daniel Guttenberg of Ballard, in Stone Soup Theatre’s “The Boundary”

Stone Soup Theatre is at 4035 Stone Way N. in Wallingford. Tickets can be purchased at the Stone Soup box office, by calling 206-633-1883, or through Brown Paper Tickets.

Lyle also stars in the Internet video series “Star Trek Phoenix.”

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