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Laughs are in order at Curtain Call’s latest farce

Rob Weber, left, and John Sutton rehearse a scene from Ray Cooney’s “Out of Order,” opening Friday at Curtain Call Theatre in Latham.
Rob Weber, left, and John Sutton rehearse a scene from Ray Cooney’s “Out of Order,” opening Friday at Curtain Call Theatre in Latham.
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The laughs just keep on coming in “Out of Order,” opening Friday at the Curtain Call Theatre in Latham. That’s according to Rob Weber, who plays the lead character, Richard Willey, in Ray Cooney’s 1990 farce about a junior minister in the British Parliament who must lie to get out of an adulterous predicament. “It’s hilarious, non-stop action, as Ray Cooney plays usually are,” said Weber, a Long Island native and Hunter College graduate. “The ...

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