Book by Jeffrey Lane Music & Lyrics by David Yazbek Sept. 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 24*, 29, 30, Oct. 1* Matinees on 24th and 1st @ 2:00 All other performances at 8 pm Directed by Wendy Mirto Two men compete to swindle women out of $50,000. One is a charming con man and the other an arrogant rival who believes in conning just about anyone.
The Cast Lawrence Jameson - Mark Dixon Freddy Benson - Dave Cura Andre Thibault - Lew Osterhoudt Christine Colgate - Kate Nice Muriel - Denise Webb Jolene/Usherette - Elizabeth Hennessey Renee/Ensemble - Julie May Croupier/Bell Boy 2/Conductor/Sailor 2/Ensemble - Peter Phillips Sailor 1/Hotel Manager/Ensemble - Clem Mirto Gerard/Nikos/Ensemble - Doug Pratt Sophie/Ensemble - Katie Clements Lenore/Ensemble - Kelly Murray Ensemble - Olga Skvortsov Bell Boy/Porter/Ensemble - Sam Pettine
The Staff Director, Properties, Set Decoration - Wendy Mirto Assistant Director - Clem Mirto Music Director - Denise Wisneski Producer - Amy Borla Stage Manager - Linda Blystone Choreographer - Gail Oldfield Costumes - Debbie Young Set/Lighting/Sound Design &Master Carpenter - Clem Mirto Lighting Operators - Josh Gould, Marnie Herzfeld Scenic Artists - Matt Nice & Julie May Set Construction - Wings Wisneski, Sasha Skvortsov Tyler Price, Nate Smith, Cast and Crew
The Orchestra Keyboard - Denise Wisneski Drums - Calder Adkins Sax - John Magolan Clarinet - Ryan Gerberich Flute - Pat Dewald Trumpet - Jake Sholly Trombone - John Braun Bass - Leah Givler Violin - Gus Specter
by Moises Kaufman and the Members of Tectonic Theater Project Nov 3, 4, 10, 11, 12*, 17, 18, 19* Matinees on 12th and 19th @ 2:00 All other performances at 8 pm Directed by Cindy Schneider Actors portray 60 interviews about the reaction to the 1998 hate crime murder of University of Wyoming gay student Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming. Mature Themes in this production.
The cast of The Laramie Project Jordan Catagnus Elizabeth Hennessey Hal Holzer Ryan Kuhns Caitlin Monahan David Richman Becky Simmers Christa Wisneski McGair Valois Melissa Shaner Karen Vossen Tom Yenchick Production Staff Cindy Schneider, Director Kelley Stanford, Director Denise Wisneski, Producer Linda Blystone, Stage Manager
The Cast of 1940s Radio Hour! Biff Tom Cappelli B.J. Jordan Catagnus Stanley Scott Coonradt Connie Abby Gould Wally Tom Groves Geneva Liana Henrie Pops Murray Kramer Ann Julie May Ginger Nicole Napolitano Neal Peter Phillips Clifford Ron Quirk Johnny Carey Rumpf Lou Jeff Sherman Production Staff Director Greg Morton Producer Keith Chamberlain Co-Producer Linda Blystone Choreographer Gail Oldfield Music Director Denise Wisneski Stage Manager Linda Blystone Costumer Mercedes Kathryn Duran Set Design Hal Holzer The 1940’s Radio Hour by Walton Jones Jan. 5, 6, 7*, 12, 13, 14*, 19, 20, 21* Matinees on 7th, 14th, and 21st @ 2:00 All other performances at 8 pm Music, dancing and old-time sound effects mark the final holiday broadcast of the Mutual Manhattan Variety Cavalcade on the New York radio station WOV in 1942.
The Dixie Swim Club By Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten Feb. 23, 24, March 3, 4*, 9, 10, 11*, 16 Matinees on 4th and 11th @ 2:00 All other performances at 8 pm
Directed by Linda Mandlowitz and Nance Brown Five Southern women, whose friendships began many years ago on their college swim team, set aside a long weekend every August to recharge those relationships.
Cast of Dixie Swim Club Sheree Hollinger / Barbara Hannevig Dinah Grayson / Bev Smith Lexie Richards / Lauren Rozensky Flanagan Jeri Neal McFeeley / Paula Larsen Vernadette Simms / Marsha Amato-Greenspan
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang April 13, 14, 20, 21, 22*, 27, 28, 29* Matinees on 22nd and 29th @ 2:00 All other performances at 8 pm
This humorous adaptation of Chekhov themes explores the relationships of three middle-aged single siblings during a visit by Masha, who supports the other two.
Forge Theatre and director Hal Holzer and Producer Denise Wisneski proudly announce the cast the Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike – the hilarious comedy by Christopher Durang opening April 13th at Forge.
Vanya Bryan McVeigh Sonia Barbara Burri Masha Julie May Spike Ryan Henzes Cassandra Kim Smith Knipe Nina Lauren Kirchner / Abby Gould
Avenue Q School Edition Music/Lyrics/Original Concept by Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx Book by Jeff Whitty June 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 17*, 22, 23, 24* Matinees on 17th and 24th @ 2:00 All other performances at 8 pm
Directed by Marnie Herzfeld and Steve Reazor A coming-of-age parable, it addresses and satirizes the issues and anxieties faced when becoming an adult. This PG13 version features the same songs/storyline and lots of puppets, just slightly revised to be PG13 instead of R.
Avenue Q Cast
Princeton - Nathaniel Swofford Kate Monster - Janine Weiss Nicky - Brian Schwartz Rod - Stephen Fisher Brian - Ryan Edmonds Christmas Eve - Ann Kashishian Gary Coleman - Edwin Soto Trekkie Monster - Bryan Cassidy Lucy - Felicia Bryan The Bad Idea Bears - Kim Edmonds, Denise McBride Mrs. Butz - Laura Cohn Newcomer - Melanie Magolan
Staff Director: Marnie Herzfeld Co-director: Steve Reazor Music Director: Stevie Tagye Stage Manager: Linda Blystone Producer and Puppet Stylist: Melanie Magolan Set, Costume and Puppet Design: Marnie Herzfeld Lighting Design: Nathaniel Swofford Accompanist and Rehearsal Pianist: Dee Kavin Set Construction: JT Grosch and John Magolan
Pit Piano: Dee Kavin Keyboard 2: Stevie Tagye Reeds: John Magolan Bass: Leah Givler Percussion: Jeff Sherman