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Though most of the jokes are easy and some even fall flat, it would be wrong to call the play clumsy; it’s put together with tremendous care, just not for structure or character depth.Davenport has set up the entire thing to provide a good time.(*June 22 and July 27) Tickets start at .75 and are available online at CLOCabaret.com, by calling 412-456-6666 or at the Box Office at Theater Square.

all are aspects of a program that “Guide” producer/helmer/co-scribe Ken Davenport has down to a science. As Miss Abigail’s faithful, secretly smitten assistant Paco, Herrera plays a kind of advice-industry Kenneth the Page — well-dressed, efficient, and loyal to the end.Those books are also filled with reprinted newspaper columns and questions from friends, so by the time all the royalties are worked out for this show, presumably most people will be owed a nickel.Most of the play’s potential pacing problems are solved by encouraging the aud to be boisterous, a trick Davenport used in “My First Time” and “The Awesome ’80s Prom.” Aud members fill out a form with a question for Miss Abigail to answer; several hapless folks are called on stage to flirt awkwardly with one another; Paco develops an intense rivalry with the one guy Miss Abilgail pulls up on stage to aid her in Paco’s absence.“And it's all done with such good intention.” Davis is enjoying sharing the stage with Manente, a Point Park University graduate who was last seen in CLO's “Altar Boyz.” “As Paco, he brings a lot of heart,” she says.“He is the conduit between Miss Abigail and the audience.