|In the comedy Ghosts in the White House currently running at Summerset's
Little Theatre, a different Presidential ghost provides much of the laughter
in each of the play's six scenes. Each Oval Office spectre is played by a
different local actor in the amateur production. From the following clues,
can you determine which Chief Executive's ghost appears in each scene
(Act 1, Scenes 1, 2, 3 and Act 2, Scenes 1, 2, 3) and the full name
(one first name is Joe, one last name Trask) of the local thespian who plays
- Grover Cleveland's ghost appears earlier in the play than the ghost
portrayed by Hal; Hal is on stage one scene before Mr. Queen is.
- Mr. Rose's performance comes in Act 1, while the ghost of Andrew Johnson's
Act 2 appearance is earlier than that of the spectre played by Frank.
- The ghost Ken portrays is on stage later in the play than William Howard
Taft's rather rotund ghost.
- Greg, who isn't Mr. Oates, enacts his role in Act 2.
- Mr. Prince, then the actor playing Herbert Hoover's ghost, and then Lou
appear in three consecutive scenes in Ghosts in the White House.
- The ghost of Warren G. Harding is in an earlier scene than the White
House ghost played by Mr. Oates.
- Lou, who doesn't have the part of Andrew Johnson's ghost, and Mr. Stone
also painted the sets for the production.
- The ghost Greg plays is on stage earlier than James Buchanan's ghost.
- Mr. Queen's role isn't as Warren G. Harding's shade.
- Mr. Rose, who isn't Lou, isn't featured as Herbert Hoover's ghost.