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The Outsider
by Paul Slade Smith

September 24-October 4, 2020

Directed by Nancy Sabol

Cast

Paige Caldwell, female - A professional pollster. A smart, confident woman with a professional's view of politics: she sees it as a series of contests to be won.
Dave Riley, male - The Chief of Staff to the new Governor. Very smart, but--despite years of experience in government--endearingly earnest and naive on the subject of politics.
Louise Peakes, female - A temporary employee hired as the Governor's executive assistant. Personable, likable, impressively confident, and entirely inept. Without knowing it, she has the air of a politician about her. The friendliness of her smile, and the confident why she looks you in the eye, would make you think, "I'd vote for her."
Ned Newley, male - The new Governor. A person of impressive ability, but a complete lack of confidence. A man awaiting permission to enter a room in which he is already standing.
Arthur Vance, male - One of the most experienced and successful political consultants in the country. His overbearing personality and confidence in his own opinions over the opinions of others, should make him dislikable, but his ego is more than tempered by the joy--even glee--he brings into the room, Ge's a showman, but his excitement is 100% genuine, and it's contagious.
Rachel Parsons, female - A TV reporter. She has the looks to be an on-air-correspondent--though, if television had never been invented, she still would have been a journalist. Straight-forward and honest, and inquisitive by nature. She's seen enough of life--and politics--to be cynical, but she's more apt to make a wry joke.
A.C. Petersen, male - A TV camera man. A working man, and--for most people--the guy you didn't notice was there. Which is fine with A.C.; he has a low tolerance for idiocy, and would rather not interact with anyone. His near-silence doesn't make him seem unfriendly, just a bit of mystery.

Brittney Leist as Paige Caldwell - A smart, confident woman with a professional's view of politics.

Milan Smith as Dave Riley - Very smart, but--despite years of experience in government--endearingly earnest and naive on the subject of politics. 

Jerry Valanzano as Ned Newley - A person of impressive ability, but a complete lack of confidence. A man awaiting permission to enter a room in which he is already standing.

Michelle Smith Barlow as Louise Peakes - Personable, likable, impressively confident, and entirely inept. 

Ken Armitage as Arthur Vance - His overbearing personality and confidence in his own opinions over the opinions of others, should make him dislikable, but his ego is more than tempered by the joy--even glee--he brings into the room.

Jennifer Kay Godwin as Rachel Parsons - Straight-forward and honest, and inquisitive by nature. She's seen enough of life--and politics--to be cynical, but she's more apt to make a wry joke.

Paul Albert Logsdon as A.C. Petersen, - A working man, and--for most people--the guy you didn't notice was there. Has a low tolerance for idiocy, and would rather not interact with anyone. 


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The Housekeeper
by 

 James Prideaux


A special presentation


directed by

Ingrid Edge & Brittney Leist


October 10-14, at 7:30PM,

 October 15 at 2:30PM


 

Bob Monson and Gail Ready reprise their roles from our 2014 production. 


Bob is Manley Carstairs, a self-styled literary artist, who engages a housekeeper, Annie Dankworth, played by Gail, to look after his large Victorian house (and himself). 


Conveyed in a series of fast-paced, juxtaposed scenes--some in the present , some in the past--the play becomes funnier and funnier as it builds toward its unexpected and thoroughly delightful conclusion.


It's time to laugh!

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10,000 Cigarettes
by Alex Broun
Directed by Mary Jane Dunlop

 The Maltese Walter 
by John Minigan
Directed by Mary Jane Dunlop
 The Secret Jarlsberg
by Arthur M. Jolly
Directed by M.F. Loveless
Without The Weasel 
by Dennis Jones
Directed by M.F. Loveless
Call of The Revolution 
by Leonid Andreyev
adapted for the stage by Walter Wykes 
 Directed by Milan Smith
Just A Kiss 
by Robin Pond
Directed by Dean Hinton
EX Marks The Spot
by Pam Munson Steadman
 Directed by Jerry Valanzano
She Takes The Dog, You Take The Cat
by Ron Frankel
Directed by Charles Pate
 Gumbo Mumbo
by Barry Shuck
 Directed by Charles Pate
10,000 Cigarettes
by Alex Broun
Directed by Mary Jane Dunlop

 The Maltese Walter 
by John Minigan
Directed by Mary Jane Dunlop
 The Secret Jarlsberg
by Arthur M. Jolly
Directed by M.F. Loveless
Without The Weasel 
by Dennis Jones
Directed by M.F. Loveless
Call of The Revolution 
by Leonid Andreyev
adapted for the stage by Walter Wykes 
 Directed by Milan Smith
Just A Kiss 
by Robin Pond
Directed by Dean Hinton
EX Marks The Spot
by Pam Munson Steadman
 Directed by Jerry Valanzano
She Takes The Dog, You Take The Cat
by Ron Frankel
Directed by Charles Pate
 Gumbo Mumbo
by Barry Shuck
 Directed by Charles Pate
 10,000 Cigarettes
by Alex Broun
Directed by Mary Jane Dunlop
Starring Tiair Champlin, Tamara Gibson, Erin Guy & Pamela Sanders

The Maltese Walter 
by John Minigan
Directed by Mary Jane Dunlop
Starring Baileigh Bosso, Nick Collins & Chris Dake
saxophone player Pauline Sebuano
 The Secret Jarlsberg
by Arthur M. Jolly
Directed by M.F. Loveless
Starring Clara Navarro & Eric Coley
Without The Weasel 
by Dennis Jones
Directed by M.F. Loveless
Starring Chris Dake & Hope Ozimek
Call of The Revolution 
by Leonid Andreyev
adapted for the stage by Walter Wykes 
 Directed by Milan Smith
Starring Haley Holland & Nck Collins
Just A Kiss 
by Robin Pond
Directed by Dean Hinton
Starring Rubi Carrero & Nick Collins
EX Marks The Spot
by Pam Munson Steadman
 Directed by Jerry Valanzano
Starring Debi Phillps & Shannon Williams
She Takes The Dog, You Take The Cat
by Ron Frankel
Directed by Charles Pate
Starring Alice Canny, Wyatt Davis & Shannon Williams
 Gumbo Mumbo
by Barry Shuck
 Directed by Charles Pate
Starring Sarah Beal, Clara Navarro & Dean Dake
 10,000 Cigarettes
by Alex Broun
Directed by Mary Jane Dunlop
Starring Tiair Champlin, Tamara Gibson, Erin Guy & Pamela Sanders
The Maltese Walter 
by John Minigan
Directed by Mary Jane Dunlop
Starring Baileigh Bosso, Nick Collins & Chris Dake
saxophone player Pauline Sebuano
 The Secret Jarlsberg
by Arthur M. Jolly
Directed by M.F. Loveless
Starring Clara Navarro & Eric Coley
Without The Weasel 
by Dennis Jones
Directed by M.F. Loveless
Starring Chris Dake & Hope Ozimek
Call of The Revolution 
by Leonid Andreyev
adapted for the stage by Walter Wykes 
 Directed by Milan Smith
Starring Haley Holland & Nck Collins
Just A Kiss 
by Robin Pond
Directed by Dean Hinton
Starring Rubi Carrero & Nick Collins
EX Marks The Spot
by Pam Munson Steadman
 Directed by Jerry Valanzano
Starring Debi Phillps & Shannon Williams
She Takes The Dog, You Take The Cat
by Ron Frankel
Directed by Charles Pate
Starring Alice Canny, Wyatt Davis & Shannon Williams
 Gumbo Mumbo
by Barry Shuck
 Directed by Charles Pate
Starring Sarah Beal, Clara Navarro & Dean Dake

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