Charlie Ingram en Max & Louie Productions’ ‘Mrs. Mannerly’ <p>In the late 1960’s while playwright Jeffrey Hatcher was growing up in Steubenville, Ohio, he took a manners class.&nbsp; Decades later, it served as the inspiration for his comedy, “Mrs. Mannerly.”&nbsp; He even used his own name for one of the two main characters.&nbsp; The other character is Mrs. Mannerly, the teacher of an etiquette class.</p><p>Set in Hatcher’s hometown in 1967, the plot of “Mrs. Mannerly” revolves around student Jeffrey Hatcher’s goals of being the first to achieve a perfect score in the etiquette class while also uncovering the mystery surrounding his teacher.</p> Sat, 18 May 2013 01:37:02 +0000 Mary Edwards & Alex Heuer 26516 at Max & Louie Productions’ ‘Mrs. Mannerly’