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ENGLEWOOD -- Country innkeeper May Henning can't seem to keep a man in her life.
This is the premise of Norm Foster's romantic comedy, "The Affections of May," opening Wednesday at the Lemon Bay Playhouse.
Henning (Michelle Neitzel) makes breakfast for her husband (Wil Horton); he asks for a divorce after nine years of marriage.
Later on, Henning cooks dinner for two men vying for May's attention, a banker (Richard Blanchard) and a local handy man (Robin Mazey), whose family used to live in Henning's establishment. Neither stick around.
"What is it with you men?" asks May. "I make you …