It Shoulda Been You

Gallery Players announces auditions for the musical farce, IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU. Directed by Mark Harborth; Music Direction by Rachel Whorton; Choreographed by Emily Clark.

Thursday, October 19 – Callbacks: 7-10pm

Rehearsals will be Tuesday – Friday 7-10pm; Saturday and Sunday 12-5pm; Off Mondays.

Callback sides

Uncle Morty side (sing Murray’s liines as well)

Rebecca side

Murray side (sing George’s lines as well)

Marty side

Marty side 2

Judy side

Judy side 2

Jenny side

Jenny side 2

Greg side

Georgette side

George side

Brian side

Aunt Sheila side

Annie side

Albert side

 

Breakdown:

IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU – Breakdown

Judy Steinberg – Female (45-69), the Mother of-the-Bride from hell who only wants what’s best for her daughters—and knows best whether they realize it or not. She will stop at nothing to get what she wants. She is forceful and domineering, but at heart a kind and loyal person—and a fierce advocate for her friends and family. There is no one who you would rather have on your side. She’s also very funny, but not in a jokey way, being one of those people who never realize just how funny they are; alto/mezzo. All Ethnicities

Jenny Steinberg – Female (30-39), co-Maid of Honor/Bride’s older sister. The driving force behind this soon to be perfect wedding. She has done everything as if she were getting married today. Although she’s overweight and not comfortable with that fact or anything else about herself, she hides behind a wicked sense of humor, which serves her well as armor against her mother’s constant attacks or “helpful suggestions.” Although she can be cutting and acerbic, she is rarely mean or spiteful to others because her barbed comments are usually directed at herself; mezzo-soprano with a great belt and mix. All Ethnicities

Georgette Howard – Female (35 – 50), The Mother-of-the-Groom from hell—uptight, “WASPY,” one of those “ladies who lunch,” with an acerbic wit and fondness for drink—especially gin. She is not happy about her son getting married and her unhappiness is a force to be reckoned with. Alto/mezzo. All Ethnicities

Brian Howard – Male (30s), the groom. Is going to be a great guy as soon as he grows up, but unfortunately he’s still trying to find himself. That can only happen when he gets out from under the thumbs of his domineering father and manipulating mother, which is one of the reasons he’s getting married today. Tenor with good low notes. All Ethnicities

Albert – Male (35-70), the wedding planner and the hotel concierge, both worldly and world weary. He is a nuptial Houdini, who has seen and done it all before, and who is therefore ready with the solution before anyone else even realizes there’s a problem. Baritone. All Ethnicities

Rebecca Steinberg – Female (18+), the bride. Is the “perfect daughter.” Looks, body, voice, she has it all. Unfortunately, wedding jitters are causing her to be emotionally unstable one minute she’s laughing, the next she’s crying, and sometimes she’s doing both at the same time, which make her seem like a mess. Soprano with a high belt or strong mix on an E. All Ethnicities

Marty Kaufman – Male (30-39), the bride’s ex-boyfriend. Is the quintessential “Jewish boy next door”—the kind of young man every mother dreams of for her daughter. If he were any closer to the Steinbergs, he’d be related. Instead, he’s just in love with them. Well, one of them in particular. It’s too bad he’s not getting married today. Or is he? Tenor with a strong Ab. All Ethnicities

Murray Steinberg – Male (45-65), father of the bride. Loves his wife, loves his daughter—and if he has any negative feelings about this wedding, he would never show them. If this is what his daughter wants, then it’s what he wants for her because he only wants what’s best for his family. Look up the word Mensch in the dictionary, and you’ll find a picture of Murray. Bass/baritone. All Ethnicities

George Howard – Male (45-55), father of the groom, master of the Universe, used to getting his way. His one soft spot is his wife. He loves her and would do anything to make her happy, and does so because she’s got him wrapped around her little finger. It’s almost like he’s two different people—his wife gets the teddy bear and his son, the grizzly. Baritone with good F above middle C. All Ethnicities

Greg Madison – Male (25+), the best man. If anyone marches to the tune of a different drummer, it’s Greg Madison. He’s almost an idiot savant. More idiot, than savant. He sees the world in a way that no one else does. He’s cute and likable, always means well, and would fight to the death for a friend. Tenor with strong pop styling. All Ethnicities

Annie Sheps – Female (25+) co-Maid of Honor, the calm in the storm. An observer who does her best to help where she can, but that doesn’t mean she’s not just as emotionally invested as everyone else. She’s sweet and charming, but don’t cross her. She’s also a strong influence on the wedding party because she’s one of the few who could stand up to Judy Steinberg and tell it like it is. Mezzo or sop with strong pop styling. All Ethnicities

Uncle Morty/Walt – Male (30-55), should be an actor who can play lots of different people believably (as real people, not caricatures), since along with his female counterpart, Aunt Sheila/Mildred, this person will also play various wedding guests and hotel employees. The most important role he will play is Uncle Morty, the absent minded Uncle who may or may not be senile, but who is definitely hard of hearing. The other roles will be written around the abilities of the actor cast. Baritone with strong high notes. All Ethnicities

Aunt Sheila/Mildred – Female (30-55), should be an actress who can play lots of different people believably, (as real people, not caricatures) since along with her male counterpart (Uncle Morty/Walt), this person will also play various wedding guests and hotel employees. The most important role she will play is Aunt Sheila, a grabbing, clasping woman who is full of spite and jealousy for her sister-in-law, and would love nothing more than to see the whole wedding go up in flames. She’s also a horny ol’ gal, which plays out during the course of the wedding. The other roles will be written around the abilities of the actor cast. Mezzo-soprano, belter. All Ethnicities

 

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Friday, Dec 1 @ 8pm
Saturday, Dec 2 @ 2pm
Saturday, Dec 2 @ 8pm
Sunday, Dec 3 @ 3pm

Wednesday, Dec 6 @ 8pm
Thursday, Dec 7 @ 8pm
Friday, Dec 8 @ 8pm
Saturday, Dec 9 @ 2pm
Saturday, Dec 9 @ 8pm
Sunday, Dec 10 @ 3pm

Wednesday, Dec 13 @ 8pm
Thursday, Dec 14 @ 8pm
Friday, Dec 15 @ 8pm
Saturday, Dec 16 @ 2pm
Saturday, Dec 16 @ 8pm
Sunday, Dec 17 @ 3pm

The Elephant Man

October 28 – November 12

The Elephant Man

M. Rowan Meyer* as John Merrick in Gallery Players’ The Elephant Man (photo by Alice Teeple)

by Bernard Pomerance

Directed by Mark Gallagher

The Elephant Man is based on the true story of John Merrick, a horribly deformed young man who is the victim of rare skin and bone diseases, and has become the star freak attraction in traveling side shows. He is admitted to London’s prestigious Whitechapel hospital under the care of the celebrated young physician Frederick Treves. Merrick is introduced to London society and slowly evolves from an object of pity to an urbane and witty favorite of the aristocracy and literati; but time and again society is shown, due to its privilege and decay, to be almost a carnival in itself.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Saturday, Oct 28 @ 8pm
Sunday, Oct 29 @ 3pm

Thursday, Nov 2 @ 8pm
Friday, Nov 3 @ 8pm
Saturday, Nov 4 @ 2pm
Saturday, Nov 4 @ 8pm
Sunday, Nov 5 @ 3pm

Thursday, Nov 9 @ 8pm
Friday, Nov 10 @ 8pm
Saturday, Nov 11 @ 2pm
Saturday, Nov 11 @ 8pm
Sunday, Nov 12 @ 3pm

The Cast

Daniel Damiano – Ross/Bishop How/Snork
Alfred Gingold* – Gomm/Conductor
M. Rowan Meyer* – John Merrick
Jesi Mullins – Alternating Miss Sandwich/Pinhead/Princess/Duchess/Countess
Elisabeth Preston* – Mrs. Kendal
Brooke DeAnna Robinson* – Alternating Miss Sandwich/Pinhead/Princess/Duchess/Countess
Christopher Romero Wilson – Pinhead Manager/London Policeman/Will (Porter)/Earl/Lord John
Adam Unze* – Frederick Treves/Belgian Policeman

*appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

The Staff

Executive Producer: Mark Harborth
Director of Production: Scott Cally
Company Manager: Nick Radu-Blackburn
Director: Mark Gallagher
Scenic Designer: Matthew S. Crane
Lighting and Video Designer: Heather Crocker
Costume Designer: Joey Haws
Props Designer: Roxanne Goodby
Original Music Composition: Jacob Subotnick
Production Stage Manager: Katelyn Kocher
Assistant Stage Managers: Michelle Danahy and Timothy Sheridan
Casting Director: Jessi Blue Gormezano
Dialect Coach: Rosalind Ashford

 

MEET THE CAST

Chess

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Saturday, April 21 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, April 22 @ 3:00pm

Thursday, April 26 @ 8:00pm
Friday, April 27 @ 8:00pm
Saturday, April 28 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, April 29 @ 3:00pm

Thursday, May 3 @ 8:00pm
Friday,  May 4 @ 8:00pm
Saturday, May 5 @ 2:00pm
Saturday, May 5 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, May 6 @ 3:00pm

Thursday, May 10 @ 8:00pm
Friday, May 11 @ 8:00pm
Saturday, May 12 @ 2:00pm
Saturday, May 12 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, May 13 @ 3:00pm

 

Annie Auditions

Gallery Players is pleased to announce auditions for Annie: Book by Thomas Meehan; Music by Charles Strouse; Lyrics by Martin Charnin

Rehearsals begin Saturday, August 12 (Tues – Fri 7:00-10:30pm; Sat and Sun 12:00-5:00pm; Mondays are OFF

Annie Adult Auditions

 

Tuesday, August 8
7:00 – 9:00pm

Seeing Men only for all male roles. Seeking men for Rooster, FDR, Bert Healy, President’s Cabinet, Drake and ensemble.

 

Adult Breakdown

Miss Hannigan (35-60) A definite “has-been.” Her distaste for her job should ooze from every line she delivers; the alcoholic larger-than-life orphanage matron who is Annie’s nemesis. Excellent comic timing; strong versatile singing voice.
Vocal Range: Alto A to D

Oliver Warbucks (40-65) The daunting millionaire businessman with a warm heart. Rich, stiff-collared, bullish, always has his mind on business, but has a kind heart looking for someone to love.
Vocal Range: Baritone to High F
May be required to SHAVE head.

Grace Farrell (25-35) Loyal and intelligent, poised, sweet, gentle. calm, cool and classy private secretary to Oliver Warbucks who can always appear “in control” and sophisticated. She brings Annie and Warbucks together.
Vocal Range: Soprano to High G

Rooster Hannigan (35-50) Miss Hannigan’s no-good swindling “smooth gambler” brother looking for a quick buck. A sleazy, slick con man.
Vocal Range: Tenor to High G

Lily St. Regis (25-35) Rooster’s girlfriend, who is also out for a quick buck. She is considered to be a floozy and bimbo with a good sense of timing and is a strong singer.
Vocal Range: Soprano to High G

President Franklin D. Roosevelt (40-65) The 32nd President of the United States. A Democrat and friend of Warbucks who takes an immediate liking to Annie and her optimism.

ENSEMBLE: will be comprised of six ladies and six gentlemen *NOTE: We will be casting four ladies and four gentlemen who tap. There are many Featured roles that will come from the Ensemble.

Featured roles include:

Bert Healy (30-55) The classic announcer on a radio show of the era.
Vocal Range: Tenor to F#

Star-to-be (18-25) Aspiring Broadway actress who sings during NYC.
Mezzo

The Lovely Boylan Sisters (20-40) Singing group that sing back up to Bert Healy.

Fred McCracken (25-55) A ventriloquist on Bert Healy’s radio show.
Baritone

Jimmy Johnson (25-55) Silly radio personality on Bert Healy’s radio show.

Hooverville Ensemble – Homeless and jobless people who live in shanty towns.

Servant Ensemble – Drake (an English butler) and the Servants are the loyal domestic help of Oliver Warbucks.

NYC Ensemble – Policemen, Dog Catchers, Radio Show personalities.

Roosevelt’s Cabinet Members – Ickes, Perkins, Hull, Morgenthau.

Annie

September 16 – October 8, 2017

Book by Thomas Meehan
Music by Charles Strouse
Lyrics by Martin Charnin

Based on Little Orphan Annie by permission of The Media Tribune Services, Inc.

Based on the popular comic strip by Harold Gray, Annie has become a worldwide phenomenon and was the winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The beloved book and score by Tony Award winners, Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, features some of the greatest musical theatre hits ever written, including “Tomorrow.”

With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone’s hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. She is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage that is run by the cruel, embittered Miss Hannigan. With the help of the other girls in the Orphanage, Annie escapes to the wondrous world of NYC. In adventure after fun-filled adventure, Annie foils Miss Hannigan’s evil machinations…and even befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt! She finds a new home and family in billionaire, Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.

 

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Saturday, September 16 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, September 17 @ 3:00pm

Thursday, September 21 @ 8:00pm
Friday, September 22 @ 8:00pm
Saturday, September 23 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, September 24 @ 3:00pm

Thursday, September 28 @ 8:00pm
Friday, September 29 @ 8:00pm
Saturday, September 30 @ 2:00pm
Saturday, September 30 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, October 1 @ 3:00pm

Thursday, October 5 @ 8:00pm
Friday, October 6 @ 8:00pm
Saturday, October 7 @ 2:00pm
Saturday, October 7 @ 8:00p
Sunday, October 8 @ 3:00pm

 

CAST

Luisa Boyaggi – Miss Hannigan
Eileen Nicolosi – Usherette, Perkins, Ensemble
Kevin Bain* – FDR
Elyse Beyer* – Lily
Heather Gault* – Grace
Calli Chafin – Dance Captain, Ensemble
Jim Madden* – Warbucks
Chrisy Kakurai – Cecille, NBC Page, Ensemble
Martin Bonventre – Bert Healy, Ensemble
Heather Koren* – Sophie, the Kettle, Mrs. Pugh, Ensemble
Gina Ricci* – Annette, Connie Boylan and Ensemble
Mikey Giordano – Drake and Ensemble
Alex Domini* – Rooster
Simona Tamburello – Molly
Madalynn Heeren-Mathews – Duffy
Amanda Summa – Pepper
Emma Grace Berardelli – Annie
Lily Daquigan – July
Adele Ricci – Kate
Della Pearl Katz – Tessie
Violet Reimer – Sarah
Andrew Widger – Ensemble
Keiji Kubo – Appleseller, Ensemble

* Appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

 

STAFF

Director/Executive Producer: Mark Harborth
Director of Production: Scott Cally
Company Manager: Nick Radu-Blackburn
Music Director: Paul Helm
Choreographer: Emily Clark
Additional Choreography: Robin Friday
Scenic Designer: Jerry Mittelhauser
Assistant Set Designer: Joshua Barilla
Lighting Designer: Christopher Chambers
Costume Designer: Barbara Erin Delo
Assistant Costume Designer: Emily Czudak
Props Designer: Gabrielle Giacomo
Production Stage Manager: Ann Barkin
Assistant Stage Managers: Shivam Chopra, Aniket Dikshit, Emily La Rosa

On The Air



An homage to the golden age of musical theatre, On the Air has gone through a number of prominent festivals/readings, most recently presented at The York Theatre’s Developmental Reading Series, where it was directed by Tony Nominee Hunter Foster. It is an original musical inspired by Jack and Loretta Clemens, a real life sibling Vaudeville duo that went on to star in Radio and Television.  After their father’s death, Jack convinces his reluctant sister to break into show business. But when Loretta’s career surpasses Jack’s, their relationship is tested and each sibling must decide what they truly want.  It’s a story that deals with major changes in society and entertainment throughout the early half of the 20th century, but at its core, On the Air focuses on the bond of family and how far one will go to achieve their dreams.

Performance Schedule

Thursday, May 18 at 8:00 pm
Friday May 19 at 8:00 pm
Saturday, May 20 at 2:00 pm
Saturday, May 20 at 8:00 pm
Sunday, May 21 at 3:00 pm

The Cast

Krista Buccellato*
Mary Chesterman*
Tommy J. Dose*
Missy Dowse*
Cristina Farruggia*
Robert Farruggia*
Corey John Hafner
Lucy Horton*
Adam Machart*
Aaron Riesebeck*
Blake Zolfo*

*appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

The Staff

Director – Greg Santos
Music Director – Brandon Magid
Music Supervisor – Paul Masse
Choreographer – Danielle Mia Diniz
Lighting Designer – David Shocket
Production Stage Manager – Giles T. Horne*
Assistant Stage Manager – Olivia DeSanto

 

The 20th Annual Black Box New Play Festival

AUDITIONS: BLACK BOX NEW PLAY FESTIVAL, April 17-25

POLIKUSHKA by TJ Edwards
June 22-25, 2017Gallery Players is holding open call auditions for its upcoming world premiere of POLIKUSHKA by TJ Edwards. Director, Francesca Di Cesare. Producers, Sue Glausen and Dominic Cuskern. The play is based on a Tolstoy short story and we are seeking many actors who can sing, move well and act. Actors will need to have a real collaborative spirit and enjoy working as an ensemble. Director is truly interested in a diverse, multi-ethnic cast. Please don’t be deterred by the fact that the play is based on a Russian short story. Non-equity only. No pay.

Performances run June 22-25. Rehearsals start May 13th and will be in the evening and on weekends.

Seeking: Male roles: Yegor Mikhailovitch: 30-50; Polikushka: 30-50; Semyon Dutlov: 50-75; Ilya Dutlov: 18-25; Bear: 25-45. Female roles include: Avdotya Mikolavna: 30-50; Dunyasha, Sasha, Natasha (1 actor, triple roles): 20-25; Akulina Ilyitch: 25-35; Katerina: 25-45. In addition, we will need actors for ensemble parts.

Auditions will be held:
Monday, April 17th and Tuesday, April 18th from 7-9PM
Saturday, April 22nd from 1-4PM
Tuesday, April 25th from 7-9PM.

Sign-up starts 30 minutes ahead of audition times.

Auditions will be held at the theatre at 199 14th Street in Park Slope. Take the F or G train to Fourth Avenue or the R train to 9th Street.

Prepare a one minute contemporary monologue, either comic or dramatic.

50th Anniversary Celebration

Tuesday, May 9, 2017
The Picnic House
95 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, NY 11215

50th anniversary invitation

The Gallery Players is pleased to announce it will be hosting a 50th Anniversary Celebration at the Picnic House in Prospect Park on Tuesday, May 9, 2017. The evening will include drinks and hors d’oeuvres, entertainment, a silent auction, and a retrospective of Gallery’s past 50 years with special guest performances.

Supporters of Brooklyn culture and theater lovers who support Off-Off Broadway are invited to celebrate our success and help ensure that the Gallery Players continues to support performers, writers, and directors for the next 50 years and beyond.

6:30pm – Cocktail Hour
8:00pm – Entertainment


BUY TICKETS
$150 – General Admission
$175 – Priority Seating (& signed copy of a Terrence McNally play)

Silent Auction Items Include:

50th anniversary invitation

 
DONATE TO THE SILENT AUCTION

Do you have something of value to donate to the silent auction? Please consider making a donation. Form can be downloaded here.


As a not-for-profit theater located in Park Slope since 1967, the Gallery Players is dedicated to producing classic and contemporary plays and musicals, as well as premiering new works. The purpose of the Gallery Players is to nurture and provide opportunities for theater artists, to bring professional-quality theater to Brooklyn audiences at an affordable cost, and to instill the appreciation of theater in future generations. Gallery is one of the few nonprofit theaters in Brooklyn that is able to present award-winning productions of cutting-edge revivals of works first seen on and off Broadway, as well as premiere ambitious new plays and musicals, while also offering workshops, classes, and a summer musical theater program for local children.

For more information, please contact Rhiannon McClintock.


40th Anniversary Gala
40th anniversary gala
40th anniversary gala
40th anniversary gala

RAGTIME


 Tickets are going FAST!

Marcus Jordan as Coalhouse Walker, Jr. and the cast of RAGTIME (photo by Bella Muccari)

 

 THE CAST
Coalhouse Walker, Jr. Marcus Jordan
Tateh James Zannelli*
Father Robin Lister*
Younger Brother Alex Bird
Little Boy (Edgar) Jonah Mussolino/Gareth Hogan
Booker T. Washington Andrew Horton
Grandfather Kevin Bain*
Harry Houdini Doug Chitel*
J.P. Morgan Jay Braver
Willie Conklin David Rogue
Henry Ford Joshua Davis
Harlem Man 1 Justin Philliips
Harlem Man 2 Robert Poole
Harlem Man 3 Geoff Chang
New Rochelle Man 1 Danny Mullanaphy
New Rochelle Man 2 Ben Carlson
New Rochelle Man 3 Michael Gioia
Immigrant Man 1 Michael Salerno
Immigrant Man 2 Aaron Gooden
Immigrant Man 3 Mark Parello Jr.
Sarah Renee Steadman
Mother Heather Koren*
Emma Goldman Annie Sherman
Evelyn Nesbit Elyse Beyer*
Little Girl Dylan Brod/Emma Berardelli
Sarah’s Friend Melvinna Rose Johnson
Harlem Woman 1 Kayla Leacock
Harlem Women 2 Jameelah Leaundra
Harlem Woman 3 Alana Thomas
New Rochelle Woman 1 Caroline Brazelton
New Rochelle Woman 2 Stephanie Thiessen
New Rochelle Woman 3 Jennifer Walder
Immigrant Woman 1 Christine de Frece
Immigrant Woman 2 Anastasia Teel
Immigrant Woman 3 Nicole Schalmo

* Appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Sunday, April 23 @ 3:00pm (GalleryTalks)

 

Thursday, April 27 @ 8:00pm
Friday, April 28 @ 8:00pm (Alumni Night)
Saturday, April 29 @ 2:00pm
Saturday, April 29 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, April 30 @ 3:00pm

 

Thursday, May 4 @ 8:00pm
Friday, May 5 @ 8:00pm
Saturday, May 6 @ 2:00pm
Saturday, May 6 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, May 7 @ 3:00pm

 

Thursday, May 11 @ 8:00pm
Friday, May 12 @ 8:00pm
Saturday, May 13 @ 2:00pm
Saturday, May 13 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, May 14 @ 3:00pm

Run Time: 2 hours and 45 minutes

THE STAFF
Executive Producer: Mark Harborth
Producer: Jonathan-Bruce King
Director: Mark Harborth
Choreographer: Ryan Hendricks
Music Director: Leslie Wickham
Fight Director: Joseph Travers
Scenic Designer: Collin Eastwood
Lighting Designer: Scott Andrew Cally
Costume Designers: Jerry Mittlehauser and Carol Strandburg
Video Designer: Heather Crocker
Props Designer: Roxanne Goodby
Production Stage Manager: Liza Penney

Tennessee Williams’ Sweet Bird of Youth

 

Nancy Rich and Adam Fontana* in Tennessee Williams’ SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Saturday, March 11 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, March 12 @ 3:00pm (GalleryTalks)

Thursday, March 16 @ 8:00pm
Friday, March 17 @ 8:00pm (Alumni Night)
Saturday, March 18 @ 2:00pm
Saturday, March 18 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, March 19 @ 3:00pm

Thursday, March 23 @ 8:00pm
Friday, March 24 @ 8:00pm
Saturday, March 25 @ 2:00pm
Saturday, March 25 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, March 26 @ 3:00pm

 

THE CAST

Heavenly Finley – Erin Beirnard*
Stuff – David Couter
Edna – Lisa Fernandez*
Heckler – Mike Flanagan
Chance Wayne – Adam Fontana*
Scotty – Chad W. Fornwalt
Boss Finley – James Harter*
Charles/Fly – Cory McCants
Miss Lucy – Megan McDermott*
Aunt Nonnie – Noelle McGrath*
George Scudder – Greg Pragel
Princess Kos – Nancy Rich
Tom Jr. – Benjamin Russell*
Dan Hatcher – Thanos Skouteris
Bud – Benjamin Standford
Violet – Erika Vetter

*appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

 

THE STAFF

Executive Producer – Mark Harborth
Producer – Jonathan-Bruce King
Director – Jesse Marchese
Set Designer – Matthew Crane
Lighting Designer – Zach Weeks
Costume Designer – Dominique Fawn Hill
Props Designer – Roxanne Goodby
Sound Designer/Composer – Eric Glauber