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1999

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Side By Side By Sondheim

Nov. 12 - Dec. 4, 1999

music and kyrics by Stephen Sondheim & music by Leonard Bernstein, Mary & Richard Rodgers, and Julie Styne

directed by Mark Devine

produced by Marian Miller & David Tuttle

 

The Connecticut Lyric Quartet

Concert - Special Event

Oct. 16, 1999

 

It Had To Be You

Sept. 20 - Oct. 2, 1999

by Renee Taylor & Joseph Bologna

directed by Joe Harding

produced by TBTA Board

CAST:
Theda Blau - Missy Slaymaker-Hanlon
Vito Pignoli - Bob Lussier

CREW
SM - Sue Gorey
Set Design/Build - Gerard Petit
Lighting Design - Joe Harding
Costumes - Bill Possidento
Properties - TBTA Board

Special Thanks
Mary Ellen Brown, Jean Gillum, Pam Kampfer, Loretta Langtry, Suzanne Nassar

 

Samba Brasil

Concert - Special Event

Aug. 14, 1999

 

Dial “M” For Murder

July 9-31, 1999

by Frederick Knott

directed by Gene Golaszewski

produced by Lawrence J. Kellerman, Pamela Craig Kellerman, Jonathan Murray

CAST:
Margot Wendice - Adrienne Vournazos
Max Halliday - Alexis Vournazos
Tony Wendice - Jonathan Murray
Captain Lesgate - Seamus Mulholland
Inspector Hubbard - Ron Malyszka

CREW
SM - Suzanne Hill
Set Design - Gene Golaszewski
Lighting Design - Gene Golaszewski, Jonathan Murray
Costumes - Rita Golaszewski, Pamela Kellerman, Betty McCaffrey
Lighting Execution - Georgie Kobylanski
Set Construction & Decoration - Gene Golaszewski, Rita Golaszewski, Lawrence Kellerman, Pamela Kellerman, Betty & James McCaffrey, Ron Malyszka, Seamus Mulholland, Jonathan Murray, Fr. Andrew Varga
Properties - Lawrence & Pamela Kellerman, Rita Golaszewski

Special Thanks
Olga Rothman-Weitzman, Steve Weitzman, Peg Ellis, Mary Ellen Brown, Jean Gillum, Pam Kampfer, Loretta Langtry, Suzanne Nassar, Novicky’s Fireside, Rita Golaszewski, David Cuming, Pam & Dick Stevenson, Pedro Aguirre, Nancy Meinke

 

Gospel Stars of Hartford

Concert - Special Event

June 12, 1999

 

Three Tall Women

April 16 - May 8, 1999

by Edward Albee

directed by Wendell MacNeal

produced by Babs & Jim McCaffrey

 

Come Back To The 5 & Dime...

Feb. 12 - March 6, 1999

by Ed Graczyk

directed by Jonathan Murray

produced by Bill Possidento & Bart Geissinger

CAST:
Juanita - Carlton Laskauskas
Mona - Kathy Pazman
Sissy - Maureen McFarlane
Sissy (Then) - Christina Salas
Mona (Then) - Susan Cartiglia
Joe - Ben Szemkus
Joanne - Susan Desantis
Stella May - Sandra Farrance
Edna Louise - Paige Castro

CREW:
SM - David Tuttle
Set Design - Jonathan Murray
Lighting Design - Chris Ashe
Sound Design & Execution - Jonathan Murray
Costumes - Bill Possidento
Set Construction & Decoration - Bill Passman, Jonathan Murray, John Miller, Paige Castro, Marian Miller, Bill Possidento, David Tuttle, Bart Geissinger
Properties - Syl & Syl

SPECIAL THANKS:
Olga Rothman-Weitzman, Steve Weitzman, Alice & Angelo Bonvenuto, Mary Ellen Brown, Jean Gillum, Pam Kampfer, Loretta Langtry, Suzanne Nassar

1998

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Grand Night for Singing

Nov. 20 - Dec. 12, 1998

by Rodgers & Hammerstein

directed by Marla Johnson Truini
musical director - Joanne Spring

produced by David Tuttle, Marian R. Miller

CAST
Carol Baldelli
Denise Fitzsimmons
Linda Frohne
Bart Geissinger
Heather Gunn
David Lincoln

BAND
piano - Joanne Spring
traps - Evelyn Williams
bass - Pete Witkin

CREW
SM - Pam Kampfer
Set Design - Bob Williams
Scenic Design - Carol Mackay, Wendy Walker
Lighting Design - Chris Ashe
Costumes - Bill Possidento
Lighting/Sound Execution - Bob Williams
Set Construction - Bob Williams, Greg Regan, John Miler, Dave Tuttle

SPECIAL THANKS
Olga Rothman-Weitzman, Steve Weitzman, Suzanne Nassar, Jean Gillum, Loretta Langtry, Pam Kampfer, Suzanne Nassar, Georgette Miller, Mamie Keys, Pat Glaves, Textile Mart, Lenka Peterson, Jeri Kansas-Broadway Steps, Karen Symington

 

The Private Ear / The Public Eye

Sept. 11 - Oct. 3, 1998

by Peter Shaffer

directed by Sally Gundy

produced by Gene Golaszewski

CAST
The Public Eye

Julian - Brian Feinberg
Charles - Michael P. Burke
Belinda - Seanna O’Donnell

The Private Ear
Ted - Michael P. Burke
Tchaik - Brian Feinberg
Doreen - Stacy-Lee Erickson

CREW
SM - Catherine Malek
Set Design - Gene Golaszewski
Lighting Design - Gene Golaszewski
Sound Design - Fred Erickson
Costumes - Rita Golaszewski, Es Gruen, and Sally Gundy
Lighting/Sound Execution - Fred Erickson
Set Construction - Jack Gundy, Chris Matta, Catherine and Richard Malek, Ron Malyska, Mary Ellen Wheelock
Scenic Art - Rita Golaszewski and Jonathan Wheelock
Crew - Georgie Kobylanski, Mary Ellen Wheelock
Properties - Rita Golaszewski and Sally Gundy
Rehearsal Prompter - George Kobylanski

SPECIAL THANKS
Olga Weitzman, Marla Truin, Jean Gillum, Loretta Langtry, Suzanne Nassar, Saint Joseph Parish, Fred Erickson, Deanne Sniffen

 

Goodbye Charlie

April 17 - May 9, 1998

by George Axelrod

directed by Jonathan Murray

produced by Bill Possidento, Betty McCaffrey

CAST
Meg Morris - Peg Ellis
George Tracy - Bob Lussier
Franny Saltzman - Judy Sullivan
Irving - Gene Golaszewski
Mr. Schriber - Ronald M. Sullivan
Rusty Mayerling - Maryanne Shaffer
Charlie - Vicki Haag

CREW
SM - Gene Golaszewski
Set Design - Jonathan Murray
Lighting Design - Eric Schutz
Wardrobe - B & B Originals
Lighting/Sound Execution - Sylvia Vuillemenot
Set Construction - Bubba, Angelo Bonvenuto, Gene Golaszewski, Jonathan Murray, Bill Possidento, David Tuttle
Scenic Artists - Rita Golaszewski, Catherine Malek
Properties - Babe

SPECIAL THANKS
Babs, Cas Photo, Suzanne & Ramzi Nassar, Jean Gillum, Loretta Langtry, Suzanne Nassar, Catherine Malek, Ralph Perillo

 

Lips Together Teeth Apart

Feb. 13 - March 7, 1998

by Terrence McNally

directed by Wendell MacNeal

produced by Georgie Kobylanski, Catherine Malek

CAST
Chloe Haddack - Cheryl Pryzby
Sam Truman - Michael Farewell
John Haddock - Michael Burke
Sally Truman - Terry J. Gottleib

CREW
SM - Ellen Konzevich
Assistant to Director - Jennifer Wurst
Set Design - Richard Malek
Lighting Design - Gene Golaszewski
Costumes - Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar
Lighting/Sound Execution - Georgie Kobylanski
Set Construction - Lisa Brown, Gene Golaszewski, Catherine Malek, Richard Malek
Crew - Jennifer Wurst
Properties - Sally Gundy

SPECIAL THANKS
Lowell Ackiron, Marian Miller, Marla Truini, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Joan Mattson, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar

1997

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Quilters

Nov. 14-Dec. 6, 1997

by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek

directed by Marla Truini
musical director - Joanne Spring

rehearsal accompanist & dulcimer - Florence Maloney

produced by Linda Grandel, Marian Miller

CAST
Sarah - Evelyn Williams
The Daughters - Linda Burton, Denise Fitzsimmons, Lauren Field, Linda Frohne, Holly Gundolfi, Lynn Paulella, Sara Zaleta

CREW
SM - Christina Lomba
Set Design - Marla Truini, Bob Williams
Lighting Design - Christopher Ashe
Costumes - Bill Possidento
Lighting Execution - Bob Williams
Set Consultant - Gerard Petit
Set Construction - Bob Williams, John Miller, Angelo Bonvenuto, Joe Truini, Catherine Malek, Richard Malek, Charlie Grandel
Scenic Art - Rita Golaszewski
Crew - Chris Schiffer
Properties - Marian and John Miller
Rehearsal Prompter - Catherine Malek

SPECIAL THANKS
Catherine Malek, Bart Geissinger, David Tuttle, Jean Gillum, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Joan Mattson, Suzanne Nassar, Carol Couch, Toni Truini, J W Johnson, Claire Love, Jason Carini, Mary & Bob Folwell, the Roxbury Historical Society, Lenka Peterson, Sandy Lybe, Cathy & Howie Bronson and Maplebanks Farm, Bob Williams, Suzanne Nassar, The Meetinghouse Quilters of Washington, Sue Reich

 

The Middle Ages

Sept. 12 - Oct. 4, 1997

by A.R. Gurney

directed by Sally Gundy

produced by Catherine Malek

CAST
Barney - Christopher Chamberlin
Eleanor - Fiona Crowley
Charles - Barry Corn
Myra - Cheryl Pryzby

CREW
SM - Ellen Konzevich
Set Design - Richard Malek, Paula Mascia
Lighting Design - Gene Golaszewski
Costumes - Connie DeRoeck
Lighting/Sound Execution - Georgie Kobylanski
Set Construction - Lisa Brown, Gene Golaszewski, Jack Gundy, Sally Gundy, Richard Malek, Ron Malyska
Scenic Art Work - Rita Golaszewski
Crew - Jennifer Fitzpatrick
Alterations - Melanie Sim
Properties - Sally Gundy, Mal Leininger
Rehearsal Prompter - Gretta Dina

SPECIAL THANKS
Marian Miller, Jim High, Carly High, Joan Mattson, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Joan Mattson, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, First Congregational Church of Danbury, Glen Danning Medical Rehab. Dept. - Datahr, Greg Clark Trophies, Bob and Linda Mitten, Annie Orr

 

The Butler Did It

June 20 - July 12, 1997

by Walter Mark & Peter Mark

directed by Bill Possidento

produced by Imelda O’Gara-Roth, David Tuttle

CAST
Raymond Butler (also Robert) - Denis Lybe
Aldo, The Butler (also Michael) - Bill Birnbaum
Angela Butler (also Natalie) - M. J. Hartell
Victoria Butler (also Claudia) - Jacki Geary
Anthony J. Lefcourt - Bart Geissinger
Detective Mumford (also Sam) - Edd Fonzo

CREW
SM - Theo Rozdilsky
Set Design - Gerard Petit
Lighting/Sound Design & Execution - Tony Scott
Costumes - Ralph Perillo
Scenic Art Work - Joanne & Bruce Hunter
Set Construction - Gerard Petit, David Tuttle
Properties - Rene and Olivia

SPECIAL THANKS
Rock Malone, Mary Broas, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Joan Mattson, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar

 

Eleemosynary

April 18 - May 10, 1997

by Arthur Miller

directed by Wendell MacNeal

CAST
Dorothea - Anne Lohan
Artie - Catherine Malek
Echo - Kristi Petersen

CREW
SM - Leslie Pagan
Assistant to the Director - Georgie Kobylanski
Set Design - Richard Malek
Lighting Design - Joe Harding
Costumes - Betty McCaffrey
Lighting Execution - Gene Golaszewski

SPECIAL THANKS
Lowell Ackiron, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Joan Mattson, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, Phoebe, Linda Grandel, Cynde & Bruce Grogan

 

Broken Glass

April 18-May 10, 1997

by Arthur Miller

directed by

produced by

CAST

 

Twelfth Night or What You Will

Feb. 14 - March 8, 1997

by William Shakespeare

directed by Jane Farnol

produced by Marian R. Miller

CAST
Viola - Joanna Henley
Olivia - Vicki Haag
Maria - Sally Gundy
Sir Toby Belch - Phil Brockelman
Sir Andrew Aguecheek - Billy Dempster
Malvolio - Barry Corn
Feste - Christopher Chamberlain
Fabian - Brian Schmiedel
Orsino - Alexander Echevarria
Valentine - Rufus L. deRham
Curio - Charles Vick
Sebastian - Jon Murray
Antonio - Rufus P. deRham
Sea Captain/Priest - Marty Lynch
Officer - John R. Miller

CREW
SM - Paula D. Mascia
Set Design - Jane Farnol, Paula D. Mascia
Lighting Design - Peter Nobel
Costumes - Karin Symington, Denise Shepherd, Paula D. Mascia
Lighting Execution - Stacy White
Set Construction & Decoration - Greg Regan, John Miller, Sally Gundy, Marian Miller, Paula D. Mascia
Script Secretary - Paula Mascia

SPECIAL THANKS
Linda Grandel, Anne Lohan, Kevin Sosbe, Bill Possidento, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Joan Mattson, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, Chris Chamberlin, Charles Burroughs, Paula, Karen, Denise, Rejuvenation Salon, Woodstock Enterprises Tack Shop, Vivian Wolfe, Jack Gundy, Bill John, Kristen Roberts, Becky Parrish

1996

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Whodunit

Nov. 15-Dec. 7, 1996

by Anthony Shaffer

directed by Joe Harding

produced by Linda Grandel

CAST
Archibald Perkins - Alex Vournazos
Andreas Capodistriou - Bruce Grogan
Silas Bazeby - Ron Malyszka
Rear Admiral Knatchbull Folliat - Gene Golaszewski
Lady Tremurrian - Martha Bishop
Lavina Hargreaves - Maureen McFarlane
Roger Dashwell - Chris Badura
Dame Edith Runcible - Beth Bonnabeau Harding
Inspector Bowden - Joseph Harding
Sergeant - Larry Martin

CREW
SM - Paula Mascia
Set Design - Joe Harding
Lighting Design - Joe Harding
Costumes - Cynde Grogan
Lighting Execution - Catherine Malek
Set Construction - Joe Harding, Paula Mascia, Linda Grandel, Catherine Malek, Bruce Grogan, Chris Badura, Ron Malyszka, Gene Golaszewski
Properties - Linda Grandel, Catherine Malek, Gene Golaszewski
Rehearsal Prompter - Catherine Malek

SPECIAL THANKS
Betty McCaffrey, Marian & John Miller, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Joan Mattson, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, WRKI, Robert Dores DDS, Rita Golaszewski, Ruthann Haitsch, Richard Malek, Elisa Rekila-Terrio, Jack Ward, Rhea Ward

 

Come Back Little Sheeba

Sept. 6 - 28, 1996

by William Inge

directed by

produced by

CAST

CREW
SM -

SPECIAL THANKS

 

Lend Me A Tenor

June 28-July 20, 1996

by Ken Ludwig

directed by Beth Bonnabeau-Harding

produced by Kati Succi

CAST
Maggie - Jacqueline Geary
Max - Jon Murray
Saunders - Glenn Anderson
Maria - Christine Pennisi
Tito Merelli - Joe Harding
Bellhop - Christian Smythe
Diana - Missy Slaymaker
Julia - Anne Lohan

CREW
SM - Paula D. Mascia
Set Designer - Joe Harding
Lighting Design - Chris Ashe
Wardrobe Mistress - Cynde Grogan
Wardrobe - The Royal Family
Lighting Execution - Larry Martin
Sound Execution - Alexandra Paquette
Set Construction - Joe Harding, Paula D. Mascia, Anne Lohan, Linda Grandel, Cynde Grogan, Kati Succi
Properties - Linda Grandel

SPECIAL THANKS
Michael Partenio, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Joan Mattson, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, Beth Thomas, Linda Grandel, Catherine Malek, Marla Truini, Tony Saracino, Dale Johnson, Lori Succi Lane, Linda Grandel, Catherine Malek, The Bishops, Smith & Miller Construction, Marley Antiques, Sheila Bonnabeau, Albert Mascia

 

The Sisters Rosensweig

April 19-May 11, 1996

by Wendy Wasserstein

directed by Wendell MacNeal

produced by Catherine Malek

CAST
Tess Goode - Jacqueline Geary
Pfeni Rosensweig - Terry J. Gottleib
Sara Goode - Diane Everett
Geoffrey Duncan - John P. DeLutio
Mervyn Kant - Bruce Grogan
Gorgeous Teitelbaum - Carolyn Kelly Partenio
Tom Valiunus - Rob Pisaniello
Nicholas Pym - Gene Golaszewski

CREW
SM - Leslie Pagan
Assistant to Director - Georgie Kobylanski
Set Designer - Emma Grimaldi
Lighting Design - Greg Wencek
Costumes - Betty McCaffey
Lighting & Sound Execution - Mary Ann Milite
Set Construction - Angelo Bonvenuto, Richard Malek, George Meadows
Set Decoration - Linda Grandel, Richard Malek
Properties - Linda Grandel, Catherine Malek

SPECIAL THANKS
Marissa Gershowitz, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Joan Matzen, Betty McCaffey, Suzanne Nassar, Linda Grandel, Mary Broas

 

The Importance Of Being Ernest

Feb. 6-March 9, 1996

by Oscar Wilde

directed by Jane Farnol

produced by Marian R. Miller

CAST
John Worthing - Kevin Elston
Algernon Moncrief - Chris Chamberlain
Lady Bracknell - Sally Gundy
Hon. Gwendolen Fairfax - Vicki Haag
Cecily Cardew - Joanna Henley
Miss Prism - Peggy Ellis
Rev. Canon Chasuble - Marty Lynch
Merriman - John R. Miller
Lane - Michael Quigley

CREW
SM - Gay Herbst
Set Design & Decoration - Marian R. Miller
Sound Design, Piano & Vocals - Chris Chamberlain
Lighting Design - Peter Nobel
Costumes - Karen Symington, Denise Shepherd
Lighting & Sound Execution Stacey White
Set Construction - Greg Regan, John R. Miller
Crew - Jane Farnol, John Miller, Marian Miller, Michael Quigley
Hair Design - Sherry Mishico
Properties - Candice O’Connell, Gail Bristol

SPECIAL THANKS
John R. Miller, Gloria Laposka, Linda Grandel, Jim & Carly High, Brookfield Cleaners, Textile Mart, Barbara Kelchner, Ruth Ann Manna, Jennifer Manna, Shannon Miller, Tony Corden

1995

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Company

Nov. 10-Dec. 2, 1995

music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
book by George Furth

directed by Bill Possidento

musical director Tony Saracino

choreographer Doreen Rafferty

accompanist Charles Smith

produced by Imelda O’Gara-Roth

CAST
Robert - Bart Geissinger
Sarah - Janine Battaglia
Harry - Tony Saracino
Susan - Doreen Rafferty
Peter - Fred Pazona
Jenny - Catherine Malek
David - Daniel J. Mulvihill, Jr.
Amy - Marla Truini
Paul - Joe Harding
Joanne - Beth Bonnabeau-Harding
Larry - Bruce Grogan
Marta - Maureen McFarlane
Kathy - Nancy Cullen
April - Missy Slaymaker

CREW
SM - Lorraine Conlon
Set Design - Nigel Tierney
Lighting Design - Greg Wencek
Costume Design - Ralph Perillo
Lighting Execution - Anne Lohan
Set Construction - Bob Dzubak, Angelo Bonvenuto, Bruce Grogan, Catherine Malek
Crew - Mary Broas
Properties - Sarah Smith

SPECIAL THANKS
Sarah Smith, Gloria Laposka, Olivia Lydia, Mary Lou Harvey, Carly High

 

The Effect of Gamma Rays...

Sept. 8 - 30, 1995

by Paul Zindel

directed by

produced by

 

Jake's Women

June 23 - July 15, 1995

by Neil Simon

directed by Ellen Schenzer

produced by Linda Shaw Grandel

CAST
Jake - Bill Wildin
Maggie - Paige Thompson Castro
Karen - Elaine Gray
Molly (at 12) - Kelly Nelson
Molly (at 21) - Danielle Brescia
Edith - Nacey Clarke
Julie - Angela Jeffrey
Sheila - Susan DeSantis

CREW
SM - Paula D. Mascia
Set Design - Joe Harding
Lighting Design - Chris Ashe
Sound Design - Jimmy Gray
Costume Design - Cynde Grogan
Lighting Execution - Catherine Malek
Sound Execution - Catherine Malek
Set Construction - Angelo Bonvenuto, Elizabeth Bonnabeau Harding, Joe Harding, Bob Hegeman, Marty Lynch, Paula D. Mascia
Props - Joanne Baxter
Rehearsal Prompter - Tim Wildin

SPECIAL THANKS
Betty & Jim McCaffrey, Elizabeth Bonnabeau Harding, Kati Succi, Gloria Laposka, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, Rhea Ward, Ashley & Ann McEwan, WEBE 108

 

The Cemetery Club

April 21 - May 13, 1995

by Ivan Menchell

directed by Wendell MacNeal

CAST
Ida - Anne Lohan
Lucille - Sally Gundy
Doris - Peggy Ellis
Sam - Marty Lynch
Mildred - Elaine Gray

CREW
SM - Susan DeSantis
Lighting Design - Chris Ashe
Sound Design - Rusty Judd
Costume Design - Marian Miller
Lighting Execution - Catherine Malek
Sound Execution - Catherine Malek
Set Construction - Angelo Bonvenuto, Dan Hager, Joe Harding, Chris Haseney, Ron Malyszka
Crew - Leslie Pagan
Play Secretary - Karen Hacker

SPECIAL THANKS
Carly & Jim High, Linda Grandel, Gloria Laposka, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar

 

Lost In Yonkers

Feb. 17-March 11, 1995

by Neil Simon

directed by Joe Harding

produced by Kati Succi

CAST
Jay - Christian Smythe
Arty - Tim Wildin
Eddie - Paul Feirstein
Bella - Beth Bonnabeau Harding
Grandma Kurnitz - Martha Bishop
Louie - John P. DeLutio
Gert - Catherine Malek

CREW
SM - Linda Grandel
Set Design - Joe Harding
Lighting Design - Joe Harding
Costumes - Betty McCaffrey, Marcia Riordan
Lighting & Sound Execution - Chris Haseney
Set Construction - Joe Harding, Kati Succi, Beth Bonnabeau Harding, Jerry Scotti, Frank Scotti
Crew - Joanne Baxter
Properties - Bill Possidento, Imelda

Special Thanks
Karen Hacker, Mary Broas, Lu Broas, Illana Johnston, Gloria Laposka, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, Doug & Wendy Williams, The Apellaniz Family, The Hiltons, Goodwill Industries

1994

 

The Octet Bridge Club

Nov. 11-Dec. 3, 1994

by P. J. Barry

story adaptation of Little Red Riding Hood by Daryl Meyer

directed by Anne Lohan

produced by Marian R. Miller

CAST
Martha (Mrs. Michael McDemott) - Dee Von Zehle
Mary (Margaret Donovan) - Phyllis Boger
Connie (Mrs. David Emerson) - Anne Lohan
Nora (Mrs. Lawrence Hiller) - Peggy Ellis
Alice (Mrs. Walter Monahan) - Peg Jones
Lil (Mrs. Peter Carmody) - Daryl Meyer
Betsy (Mrs. Daniel Bailey) - Susan De Santis
Ann (Mrs. John Conroy) - Rona Rothhouse
Robert Foster, the Photographer - Paul Fierstein

CREW
SM - James Zacarri
Set Design - Marian R. Miller
Lighting Design - Peter Nobel
Sound Design - Kathy Kelly
Costume Design - Anne Lohan
Halloween Costumes - Imelda Roth, Bill Possidento, Roz Russell
Lighting & Sound Execution - Serina Quinsland
Set Construction - Greg Regan, John Miller, Bill Lohan
Hair & Make-up - Sherri Fuller and Students
Dresser - Tracy Kroha
Properties - Gail Bristol, Candice O’Connell

Special Thanks
Terry Eberhard, Ann Corsano, Gloria Laposka, Beth Bonnabeau Harding, Suzanne Nassar, Loretta Langtry, Betty McCaffrey, Kathy Maher, Tony Corden, Anne Bliss, Irene Devine,Gloria Laposka, Ronal’s Paint and Wallpaper, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Students of Americo Beauty Academy, Vivian Wolfe

 

I Never Sang For My Father

Sept. 9-Oct. 1, 1994

by Robert Anderson

directed by Elizabeth Bonnabeau Harding

produced by Ellen Schenzer

CAST
Gene Garrison - Joe Harding
Porter* - Bob Gonya
Tom Garrison - Kevin Morgan
Margaret Garrison - Dee Von Zehle
Mary - Anne Lohan
Nurse - Elinor Higgins
Reverend Pell* - Bob Gonya
Marvin Scott - Steve Affinito
Dr. Mayberry - Rona Rothouse
Alice - Maureen McFarlane
*On Oct. 1st, the Porter & Rev. Pell was played by Paul Fierstein.

CREW
SM - Paula Ralston, Joanne Baxter
Set Design - Joe Harding
Lighting Design - Dave Wind
Sound Design & Execution - Sage
Costume Design - Linda Grandel
Lighting Execution - Paul Fierstein
Set Construction - Joe Harding, Bob Gonya, Elizabeth Bonnabeau Harding
Stage Crew - Adam Christopher Baxter, Erica Reichert
Properties - Marian Miller, Mary Broas

Special Thanks
James Zaccari, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, Gloria Laposka, Illana Johnston

 

Light Up The Sky

June 24-July 16, 1994

by Moss Hart

directed by Chris Brown

produced by Steve Affinito

CAST
Miss Lowell - Kristine Kultzow
Carleton Fitzgerald - Joe Harding
Frances Black - Paige Thompson
Owen Turner - Karl Schulze
Stella Livingston - Martha Bishop
Peter Sloan - John DeLutio
Sidney Black - Bruce Grogan
Sven - Jim Stirling
Irene Livingston - Kelly Curran
Tyler Rayburn - Ralph Perillo
William H. Gallagher - Jim Stirling
A Plain-Clothes Man - Jim Stirling

CREW
SM - Paula Mascia
Set Design - James Zaccari
Lighting Design - Joe Harding
Sound Design - Steve Affinito
Costumes - Bill Possidento, Babe Taylor, Ralph Perillo, Roz Russell
Lighting Execution - Rock Malone
Set Construction - James Zaccari, George Zielinski, Steve Affinito, Paula Mascia
Set Dresser - Marian Miller
Properties - John Miller

Special Thanks
Linda Grandel, Micheline Mann, Olivia Lydia, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, Gloria Laposka, Emma Grimaldi

 

Marvin’s Room

April 22-May 14, 1994

by Scott McPherson

directed by Wendell MacNeal

produced by James Zaccari

CAST
Bessie - Catherine Malek
Dr. Wally - Brian Feinberg
Ruth - Martha Bishop
Bob - Fred Pazona
Lee - Mary Guss
Dr. Charlotte - Melissa Sumple
Hank - Mark Spencer
Charlie - Adam Christopher Baxter
Retirement Director - Liz Dobbert
Marvin - Blood Clotte

CREW
SM - Ellen Schenzer
Set Design/Construction - James Zaccari
Lighting Design - Christopher Ashe
Sound Design & Execution - Rusty Judd
Costumes - Betty McCaffrey
Lighting Execution - Yvette Benjamin
Stage Crew - Linda Grandel
Play Secretary - Jeanine Denning

Special Thanks
Bill Possidento, Imelda, Babe Taylor, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, Gloria Laposka, Buzzy Saunders

 

The Paddys

March 19, 1994

 

Catch Me If You Can

Feb. 11-March 5, 1994

by Jack Weinstock & Willie Gilbert

directed by Bill Possidento

produced by Imelda

CAST
Daniel Corban - Fred King
Inspector Levine - Bruce Grogan
Father Kelleher - Bruce Saunders
Elizabeth Corban - Micheline Mann
Sadie - Ann Lohan
Mrs. Parker - Melissa Sumple
Everett Parker - Ralph Perillo

CREW
SM - Mary Broas
Set Design - Kathleen Dzubak
Lighting/Sound Design - Christopher Ashe
Costumes - Marian Miller
Lighting/Sound Execution - Mary Guss
Set Construction - Steve Affinito, Bob Dzubak, Bill Pazman, Bruce Saunders, James Zaccari George Zielinski
Stage Crew - Lorraine Conlon
Properties - Oliva Lydia

Special Thanks
Jeanine Denning, Marian Miller, Sarah Smith, Micheline Mann, Alice & Angelo Bonvenuto, Babe Taylor, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, Matt Johnston, Gloria Laposka

1993

 

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Sept. 10-Oct. 2, 1993

by Edward Albee

directed by Chris Brown

produced by

CAST
Martha - Donna Gaspero
George - Bruce Grogan
Honey - Daryl Meyer
Nick - Al Canal

CREW
SM - Steve Affinito
Set Design - Chris Brown
Lighting & Sound Design - Christopher Ashe
Costumes - Cynde Grogan
Lighting & Sound Execution - Jon Berman
Set Construction - Jon Berman, Matt Johnston, Anne Lohan, Bill Lohan, Marian Miller, James Zaccari
Stage Crew - Matt Johnston, Paula Mascia

Special Thanks
Jeanine Denning, Marian Miller, Sarah Smith, Bill Possidento, Babe Taylor, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, Matt Johnston, Gloria Laposka

 

The Nerd

July 9-31, 1993

by Larry Shue

directed by Elizabeth Bonnabeau

produced by Rusty Judd

CAST
Willum - Joe Harding
Axel - Steve M. Affinito
Tansy - Christine Nuccio
Waldgrave - Michael Irwin
Clelia - Paige Thompson
Thor - Patrick Carney
Rick - Kevin T. Morgan

CREW
SM - Darla Haney
Set Design - Rick Woodside
Lighting Design - Peter Nobel
Sound Design/Execution - Rob Poodiack
Costumes - Marian Miller
Lighting Execution - Jon Berman
Master Builder - Michael Irwin
Set Construction - Joe Harding, Paula Mascia
Stage Crew - Matt Johnston, Paula Mascia
Properties - Elizabeth McCaffrey, Marcia Riordan

Special Thanks
Anya Studenc, Babe Taylor, Gloria Laposka, Mary Broas, MaryLou Harvey, Kathey Maher, Loretta Langtry, Suzanne Nassar, Elizabeth McCaffrey, Goodwill Budget Booster

 

Driving Miss Daisy

April 23-May 15, 1993

by Alfred Uhry

directed by Wendell MacNeal

produced by James L. Zaccari

CAST
Daisy Werthan - Sonnie Osborne
Boolie Werthan - Frank Vanella
Hoke Coleburn - Lonnie Young

CREW
SM - Darla Haney
Set Design - George Loya
Lighting Design - Christopher Ashe
Sound Design - Rusty Judd, Raymond Sammarco
Costumes - Betty McCaffrey
Lighting Execution - Sean Gannon
Sound Execution - Rusty
Set Construction - George, James
Stage Crew - Jon Berman
Properties - Gail Bristol, Candice O'Connell

Special Thanks
Jeanine Denning, Sarah Smith, Imedla Roth, Gloria Laposka, Alice McMahon, Angelo Bonvenuto

 

Gingerbread Lady

Feb. 12-March 6, 1993

by Neil Simon

directed by Maureen Torsney-Weir

produced by Marian R. Miller

CAST
Evelyn Meara - Alice McMahon
Jimmy Perry - Mark Adzick
Toby Landau - Carolyn Kelly
Polly Meara - Kelly Curran
Lou Tanner - Rick Hulswit

CREW
SM - Kathy Pazman
Set Design - Marian & John Miller
Lighting Design - Peter Nobel
Sound Design - Maureen Torsney-Weir
Costumes - Jean Baker
Lighting Execution - Michael Girlamo
Set Construction - John Miller, Greg Regan, Bill Pazman, Paul Lincoln
Properties - Gail Bristol, Candice O'Connell
Backdrop Painting - Dot Roise, Gretchen Smith
Paintings - Gloria Laposka
Recorded Music - Charles Pope
Vocal Music - Maureen Torsney-Weir

Special Thanks
Sarah Smith, Betty McCaffrey, Paul & Mary Lincoln

1992

 

Jacques Brel....

Nov. 13-Dec. 12, 1992

music by Jacques Brel

lyrics by Jacques Brel, Mort Shuman and Eric Blau

book by Mort Shuman and Eric Blau

directed by Bill Possidento

musical director Anne Carlson

produced by Mary Broas & Mary Lou Harvey

CAST
Patricia Howell
Rick Hulswit
Mary Ann Milite
Frank J. Vanella

Band
Pianist - Sandy Simpson
Drummer - Drew Grouse

CREW
SM - Lorraine Conlon
Set Design - Kathleen Dzubak
Lighting Design - Peter Nobel
Costumes - The Cast
Lighting Execution - Sean Gannon
Master Builder - Robert Dzubak
Set Construction - Kathleen Dzubak, Jon Maroto
Properties - Sarah Smith

Special Thanks
Sarah Smith, Laposka-Roise, Michael Girlamo, Loretta Langtry, Kathy Maher, Betty McCaffrey, Suzanne Nassar, Alice and Angelo Bonvenuto, Charles Smith

 

Murder Among Friends

Sept. 11-Oct. 3, 1992

 

Barefoot In The Park

July 10-Aug. 1, 1992

 

Isn't It Romantic

April 24-May16, 1992

by Wendy Wasserstein

directed by Wendell P. MacNeal III

produced by Carlton Laskauskas & Leslie A. Pagan

CAST
Janie Blumberg - Michelle Papier
Harriet Cornwal - Alexandra Sussman
Marty Sterling - Kevin R. Elston
Tasha Blumberg - Elie Finkelstein
Simon Blumberg - Hoyt Tanner
Lillian Cornwall - Chase Crosley
Paul Stewart - John Ryan
Vladimir - Joe Harding

Telephone Messages
Schlomo - Zak Laskauskas
Hart Farrell - J.P. Merola
Julie Stern - Carlton Laskauskas
Tajlei Kaplan Singleberry - Leslie A. Pagan
Operator - Operator
Cynthia Peterson - Daryl Meyer
Milty Sterling - Bruce Grogan

CREW
SM - Basia Hirsh
Set Design - Darla Haney
Lighting Design - Christopher Ashe
Sound Design - J.P. Merola
Costumes - The Cast
Lighting Execution - George Meadows
Sound Execution - David Zschunke
Stage Crew - Barb Rotkovich
Set Construction - Romas Laskauskas, Bill Lohan, John Ryan, Kevin Sosbe
Properties - Kathleen Pazman

Special Thanks
Gloria A. Laposka, Sarah Smith, Mary Broas, Sherri & Lyndon Fuller, Loretta Langtry, Betty McCaffrey, Leslie Anne Harmon, Nina Zschunke, Immaculate Heart of Mary Emmaus, Rusty Judd, Cecelia Laskauskas, Zak Laskauskas, Rosa Martins, Daryl Meyer, Bill Pazman, Maria Ribiero, Thomas L. Ryan, Sr., Kelli Youngblood

 

Seven Year Itch

Feb. 14-March 7, 1992

by George Axelrod

directed by Joe Hronec

produced by Anne Lohan

CAST
Richard Sherman - Joe Harding
Helen Sherman - Diana Pappas
Ricky - Zachery Rudes
Miss Morris - Nancy Ann Hatscher
Elaine - Audrey Looye
Marie Whatever Her Name Was - Maryanne Kilcourse
The Girl - Anya Studenc
Dr. Brubaker - George Meadows
Tom MacKenzie - Kevin Elston
The Voice of Richard’s Conscience - Rusty Judd
The Voice of the Girl’s Conscience - Elizabeth Bonnabeau
Unidentified Girl - Elizabeth Bonnabeau

CREW
SM - Sandi Smalley
Set Design - George Meadows
Lighting Design - George Meadows
Sound Design & Execution - Rusty Judd
Costumes - Marcia Riordan, Betty McCaffrey
Lighting Execution - Nicole D’Amico
Technician - Michael Hronec
Stage Crew - Clare "Darla" Haney
Set Construction - Bill Lohan, Kevin Elston, George Zielinski, Bill Pazman, Paul Lincoln, George Meadows, Kathy DelCasino, Joanna Lohan
Properties - The Motley Crew

Special Thanks
Imelda Roth, Alice & Angela Bonvenuto, Roy Barker, Sarah Smith, GEAM

1991

 

Same Time Next Year

Nov. 8-30, 1991

by Bernard Slade

 

Relatively Speaking

Sept. 13-Oct. 5, 1991

by Alan Ayckbourn

 

Chapter Two

July 12-August 3, 1991

by Neil Simon

directed by Chris Brown

produced by Bill, Imelda

CAST
George Schneider - Steve Miller
Leo Schneider - Kevin Elston
Jennie Malone - Kate Luce
Faye Medwick - Daryl Meyer

CREW
SM - Lois Jane Campanile
Set Design - Steve Miller, Bill Possidento
Lighting & Sound Design - J. P. Merola
Costumes - Yvette Benjamin
Assistant SM - Steve Affinito
Lighting & Sound Execution - J.P. Merola, Yvette Benjamin
Set Construction - Steve Affinito, Kevin Davis, Michael Girlamo, John Lamendola, Bill Lohan, Jon Maroto, George Meadows, Daryl Meyer, Steve Miller, George Zielinski
Properties - Steve Affinito

Special Thanks
Gloria A. Laposka, Colette, Michael Girlamo, Peggy Ellis, Marylou Harvey

 

Talley’s Folly

Staged Play Reading - Special Event

June 7-June 9, 1991

by Lanford Wilson

 

Wait Until Dark

by Frederick Knott

 

Steel Magnolias

by Robert Harling

1990

(New furnace, lighting equipment, running hot water)

 

The Subject Was Roses

 

Social Security

by Andrew Bergman

 

The Foreigner

by Larry Shue

 

It's Only A Play

by Terrence McNally

 

Unsung Cole (And Classics Too)

1989

 

Suddenly Last Summer

 

Crimes Of The Heart

 

Mary, Mary

 

Blithe Spirit

by Noel Coward

 

The Fantasticks

1988

 

Nightwatch

 

And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little

 

The House Of Blue Leaves

 

Our Town

 

The Miracle Worker

 

Jerry's Girls

1987

 

The Runner Stumbles

 

Everything In The Garden

 

The Odd Couple (female version)

by Neil Simon

 

Ain't Misbehavin'

 

Come Blow Your Horn

 

Kismet

1986

 

Mass Appeal

 

Threepenny Opera

 

'night, Mother

 

Pump Boys and the Dinettes

 

Beyond Therapy

 

Working

1985

 

The Ritz

 

Cat On A Hot Tine Roof

 

Invitation To A March

 

Baby

 

To Grandmother's House We Go

 

Hello, Dolly!

1984

 

Gemini

 

Angel Street

 

They're Playing Our Song

 

Fools

 

A Day In Hollywood...

1983

 

On Borrowed Time

 

Harvey

by Mary Chase

 

Cinderella

 

Deathtrap

 

Barnum

 

Winter Workshop - March 4 & 5

1982

 

Little Mary Sunshine

 

Whose Life Is It Anyway?

 

The Robber Bridegroom

 

Light Up The Sky

 

Mame

1981

 

The Ruling Class

 

Tribute

 

The Apple Tree

 

A Shot In The Dark

 

Cabaret

music by John Kander

lyrics by Fred Ebb

book by Joe Masteroff

1980

 

All Over Town

 

The Diary of Anne Frank

 

The Tavern

 

Carousel

 

Child's Play

1979

 

The Night of January 16th

 

The Children's Hour

 

Slow Dance on the Killing Ground

 

The Mad Show

 

Steambath

 

Side By Side By Sondheim

1978

 

God's Favorite

 

Of Mice & Men

 

Pippin

book by Roger O. Hirson

music & lyrics by Stephen Schwartz

 

Lil' Abner

 

The Real Inspector Hound & After

 

Magritte

1977

 

The Boys In The Band

 

The Glass Menagerie

 

Detective Story

 

South Pacific

 

My Fat Friend

 

Candide

1976

 

The Chalk Garden

 

Our Town

 

Promenade All

 

Prisoner Of Second Avenue

by Neil Simon

 

Lovers & Other Strangers

 

How To Succeed In Business...

1975

 

The Gingerbread Lady

 

I Do, I Do

 

Luv

 

That Championship Season

 

Opera As You Like It

 

Company

1974

 

Butterflies Are Free

 

Portraits of Gershwin

 

Norman, Is That You?

 

The Owl & The Pussycat

 

My Fair Lady

1973

 

The Prime of Miss Jean Brody

 

Man of La Mancha

 

Last of the Red Hot Lovers

1972

 

Fiddler on the Roof

 

Jacques Brel...

music by Jacques Brel

lyrics by Jacques Brel, Mort Shuman and Eric Blau

book by Mort Shuman and Eric Blau

 

Hello, Dolly!

 

After The Fall

1971

 

Ladies In Retirement

 

The Drunkard

 

Cabaret

music by John Kander

lyrics by Fred Ebb

book by Joe Masteroff

 

Luther

1970

 

High Sign & Snow Angel

 

The 13 Clocks

 

Don't Drink The Water

 

You Know I Can't Hear You When The Water's Running

 

Oliver

1968/69

 

Arsenic & Old Lace

 

Only An Orphan Girl

 

The Pajama Game

 

The Bear, Pinter Vignettes, and Sarah & the Sax

 

The Roar of the Greasepaint...

 

Love Rides The Rails

 

Gypsy

1967

 

Blithe Spirit

by Noel Coward

 

A Streetcar Named Desire

 

See How They Run

 

Annie Get Your Gun

1966

 

Dark of the Moon

The King & I

Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

Once Upon A Mattress

Janus

1965

 

Dial M For Murder

West Side Story

Kind Sir

The Boy Friend

The Devil's Disciple

1964

 

Mister Roberts - February 1964

Little Mary Sunshine

A Hatful of Rain

Bus Stop

Spoon River Anthology

by Edgar Lee Masters

Oklahoma!

1963

 

Pal Joey

Music by Richard Rodgers

Lyrics by Lorenz Hart

Book by John O'Hara

directed by Jerry Matz

produced by Crecia Perry

CAST
Mike - Roy Grasmere
Joey - Gary Zurinskas
Kid - Jo Esposito
Gladys - Joan Scarola
Agnes - Tracy Cugini
Diane - Regina Gallo
Dottie - Gail Irving
Sandra - Lee Ferris
Linda - Dorothy Lewis
Vera - Maria Von Gretnor
Valerie - Jean Kilcourse
Waiter - Jeff Libby
Ernest, the Tailor - Larry Stewart
Victor - Jay Cugini
Doorman - Skip Hatch
Stage Manager - Chick Hodge
Melba - Senta Freeman
Ludlow Lowell - Granville Lofties
O'Brien, The Cop - Monroe Kravats
Nightclub Fill-Ins - Dot & Bob French, Anita & Henry Miller, Eila & Monroe Kravats

CREW
Director - Jerry Matz
Producer - Crecia Perry
Asst. Producer - Joyce Bondatti
Musical Director - Francine Falkon
Choreographer - Arlene Begelman
Pianist - Leona Pogonowski
Drums - J. Irving
Stage Manager - Chick Hodge
Set Design & Construction - Lois Cronin, John Bielik
Costume Design - Beverly Langer
Millinery - Eila Kravatz, Beveraly Langer
Hairstyles & Makeup - Jose Ruiz
Lighting Design & Execution - Tillie Ciccala, Brice Flec, Art Greenfield
Properties - Dodie Smith
Publicity - Ellen Burnett
Tickets & Program Advertisements - Betsy Evans, Marie Lundberg
Prompter - Joyce Bondatti
Wardrobe Mistress - Beverly Hodge, Linda Uihlien
Backstage Crrew - Bob Gager, Bill McKenzie, Skip Hatch, Jeff Libby
Sewing - Mildred Novicky, Bev Hodge, Lil Greenfield, Marian Donnally, Shirley Gumpper, Shirley Landor, Mary Milczarski, Mrs. D. Lewis, Linda Uihlein, Eila Kravats

Special Thanks
James R. Wales Piano & Organ

The Crucible

Carousel

1963

Music by Richard Rodgers

Book & Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II

directed by David Freeman

produced by Betsy Evans

musical director Neville Landor

CAST
Carrie Pipperidge - Doris Lubin
Julie Jordan - Anne Carlson
Mrs. Mullin - Annette Alexandra
Billy Bigelow - Roy Rosenberger
First Policeman - Richard Reiner
David Bascombe - Harry Cohen
Mrs. Bascombe - Peggy Hartell
Nettie Fowler - Marie Schmidt
Enoch Snow - Joseph Geyer
Jigger Craigin - Jack Nahley
Arminy - Edith Seiler
Second Policeman - Peter Pollack
Captain - Monroe Kravats
Heavenly Friend - Charles Nejame
Starkeeper - Izzy Singer
Louise - Renee Ganong
Enoch Snow, Jr. - Ray Dorfman
Principal - Edward Lubin
Dr. Seldon - Monroe Kravats
Chorus - Suzanne Chiarella, Mary Milczarsky, Edith Seiler, oyce Kelly, Annette Alexandra, Rod Thorne, Ed Tomey, Harry Cohen, Francis Hunter, Gary Bastian
Dancers - Roland Kravats, Peter Pollack, Bob Hepner, Richard Reiner, Gloria Sapia Bosch, Renee Ganong, Cynthia MacCrae, Cynthia Graf
Children - Christoperh SMith, Darrell Smith, Ann Barysh, Kim Zeerip, Nancy Taylor, Sharon Streaman, Cynthia Nejame, Marybeth Reinan, Barbara Reinan, Sharon Miller, Heather Freeman, Diedra Freeman, Sharon Freeman, Molly Renda, Ginny Howell, Nancy Hartell
Musicians
Piano, organ - Charles Cohen
Violin - Catherine Houlian
Cello - Francis Houlihan
Drummer - Howard Gilberg

CREW
SM - Francis Hunter
Assistant Producer - Marie Lundberg
Set Design - William McKenzie
Choreographer - Arlene Begelman
Costume Design - Beverly Langer
Men's COstumes - Alice Lipton
Costume Execution - Mildred Novicky
Set Construction - William O'Neill
Publicity, Program, Tickets - Roger Delsin
Program Advertisements - Besy Evans, Dorothea Schultz
Properties - Dodie Smith, Betty Humphrey, Joy McKenzie, Mary Milczarski
Play Secretary - Olga Van der Veen
Benefits - Monroe Kravats
Pianist - Charles Cohen
Prompter - Marianne Dahill
Lighting - Tillie Cicala, Ralph Teneau, Dick Lewis
Tickets - Estelle Weichert
Makeup - Marianne Dahill
Hairstyles - Sharon & Roger Delsin
Wardrobe - Johanna Beckendorfer, Dodie Smith
Children's Matron - Peggy Landor
House Chairman - Mary Borodenko
Set Construction - William McKezie, William O'Neill, Dick Derr, Bob Gager, Kenneth O'Neill, Larry Stewart
Stagehands - William O'Neill, Dick Derr, Bob Gager, Len Russack, James Winters, Bob French
Sewing - Mildred Novicky, Mary Milczarsky, Yolanda Hague, Betty Hunter, Lois Cronan, Sylvia Carpinelli, Johanna Beckerndorfer, Sal Piccinnini, Irene Matz, Eila Kravats, Nancy Howell, Mrs. Hartell, Anne Hill
Millinery - Eila Kravats
Photographer - Peter Maxim
Special Thanks - Ralph Teneau, Art Greenfield, Peter Maxim, Clifford Tomlinson, Ed Gibbons, Brice Fleck, Wales Piano & Organ, Juddy's Florists, Lindquist Hardware

The Hut

Aug. 6-Sept. 1963

Brace Yourself

1963

Music by Frank Brents

Lyrics by Wilfred Sales

directed by Wendell MacNeal

produced by John Kizarr

pianist Alonzo Hendricks

CAST
Rosalind Cash, Anne Carlson, Jo Esposito, Cindy Graf, Beverly Hodge, Gary Zurinskas, Brice Fleck, Charles NeJame, Senta Freeman, Garrett Saunders, Dorothy Lewis, Bettina Vom Saal, Susan Thames, Ray Millette, Roger Delsin, Dick Lewis, Renee Ganong, Wendell MacNeal

CREW
SM - Francis Hunter
Assistant Producer - Gale Kramer
Musical Director - Alonzo Hendricks
Choreography - Ray Millette
Costume Deisgn - Beatrice Dahill
Assistant Costume Design - Marianne Dahill
Sewing - Beatrice Dahill, Marianne Dahill, Liz Beers
Publicity, Program, Tickets - Roger Delsin
Program Advertisements - Betsy Evans
Properties - Lee Ferris, Bonnie Bingham
Benefits - Monroe Kravats
Lighting - Arthur Greenfield, Gale Kramer, Dick Reiner
Ticket Sales - Anita Miller
Makeup - Sharon Delsin
Photographer - Peter Maxim
Special Thanks - Wales Piano & Organ, British Overseas Airlines, Country Calicos

Tea & Sympathy

October 1963

by Robert Anderson

directed by John Kizarr

produced by Gloria Sapia-Bosch

CAST
Laura Reynolds - Amerie Rogers
Lilly Sears - Annette Alexandra
Tom Lee - Dick Lewis
David Harris - Kenneth O'Neill
Ralph - Ray Millette
Al - Gary Zurinskas
Steve - Richard Reiner
Bill Reynolds - Rex Murray
Herbert Lee - John Kizarr

CREW
SM - Kenneth O'Neill
Set Designer - Robert Holmes
Lighting Design - Arthur Greenfield
Costume Design - Beverly Langer
Set Construction - Robert Holmes, Ray Millette, Dick Lewis, Richard Reiner
Play Secretary - Dorothy Hodge
Prompter - Dorothy Schultz
Light Execution - Richard Reiner
Sound Effects - Frank Reagan
Properties - Beverly Hodge
Publicity - Roger Delsin, Peter Maxim
Special Promotion - Gloria Sapia-Bosch
Photographer - Garry Burdick
Program Advertising - Betsy Evans
Program Editors - Roger Delsin, Gloria Sapia-Bosch
Tickets & Reservations - Shirley Lander
Hed Usher - Jo Esposito
Usherettes - Lee Ferris, Olga Van der Veen, Beverly Langer, Lorna Lange, Santa Freeman, Tina MacNeal, Joan O'Neil, Anita Miller
Special Thanks - Clifford Tomlinson, Twelve Oaks Interior Design, Southern New England Telephone, Bell Book & Candle

1962

 

Summer and Smoke

Kiss Me Kate

Stalag 17

March 1-17, 1962

by Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski

directed by Jerry Matz

produced by Brenda Ganz

CAST
SS Guard - Dick Derr
Stosh - Don Derr
Harry Shapiro - Sal Scarola
Price - John Kizarr
Herb Gordon - Martin Lynch
Hoffman - Rex Murray
Sefton - William McIntosh
Duke - Gran Lofties
McCarthy - Bob French
Horney - Brice Fleck
Marko - Monroe Kravats
Corporal Schultz - Roger Delsin
Dunbar - Jeffrey Schmaling
Reed - Robert Dolce
Peterson - Charles Hodge
Red Dog - Ken Miller
German Captain - William Grund
Geneva Man - Paul Buhser
Second Guard - Dick Lewis

CREW
SM - Dave Freeman
Play Secretary - Olga van der Veen
Set Design - Shirley Gumper
Publicity - Jack Lander
Tickets - Virginia De Wees
Scenery - Jack Lander, Bill O'Neill, Bill McKenzie, Murph Bryant, Brice Fleck, and Lois Cronin
Lighting - Art Greenfield
Properties - Lois Cronin, Florence Thames, and Lillian McInerny
Costumes - Beverly Hodge and Shirley Lander
House Chairman - Estelle Weichert
Photography - Jack Lander
Detail Set Painting and Portraits - Santa Freeman
Makeup - Sharon Delson
Sound Effects - Vincent Novaco
Special Effects - Jack Lander
Stage Crew - Dot Ferris, Jo Esposito, Seymour Schwartz
Special Thanks - Frank Cassidy, Ralph Teneau, Malcolm Grant, Wesley Kennon, Clifford Tomlinson, William O'Neil, Hat City Paper Co.

Special Thanks

The Mousetrap

Three Men On A Horse

1962

by John Cecil Holm and Geo. Abbott

directed by Monroe Kravats

produced by Alice Lipton

CAST
Audrey Trowbridge - Patricia Winans
The Tailor - Monroe Kravats
Erin Trowbridge - Charles Greystone
Clarence Dobbins - Steve Rice
Delivery Boy - Chick Hodge
Harry - Mike Capp
Charlie - Sal Scarola
Frankie - William Grund
Patsy - Isidore Singer
Mabel - Florence Thames
Moses - Francis Hunter
Gloria - Ruth Mink
Al - Irving Reiner
Hotel Maid - Ruth Mink
Mr. Carver - Lawrence Stewart
Announcer - Abe Najamy

CREW
SM - Dody Smith
Set Designed by - Vincent Novaco and Joan Scarola
Tickets - Shirley Lander
Advertising - Dorothy Miller
Publicity - Dorothy French
Sound Effects - Francis Hunter and Chick Hodge
Lighting - Art Greenfield
Prompters - Gertrude Fako and Dorothy Schultz
Properties - Estelle Weichert and Dorothy Schultz
Ushers - Mary Borodenko
Wardrobe Mistress - Ruth Mink
Stage Construction - Paul Fako, Wesley Yorgenson, Bob Gager, Dick Derr, Sal Scarola
Photogrpher - Peter Maxim
Make-up & Hair Styles - Elsa Greystone, Sharon &Roger Delsin
House Maintenacne - Bill O'Neill
Special Thanks - Ralph Teneau, Malcolm Grant, Clifford Tomlinson

1961

 

The Fantasticks (Touring Company)

Zoo Story and Krapp’s Last Tape (Touring Company)

Auntie Mame

The Moon Is Blue

Two For The Seesaw

Finian’s Rainbow

Guys and Dolls

1960

 

A Streetcar Named Desire

Voice of the Turtle

The Desperate Hours

The Red Shoes

The Beauty and the Beast

1959

 

Fallen Angels

The Fourposter

Out of This World

1958

 

June Wedding

Our Town

Picnic

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