Written by Neil Simon
Directed by Margaret Young
It's 1965 in the messy West Side apartment of sports writer Oscar Madison. At the weekly poker game, his friend Felix Ungar arrives after being kicked out of his house by his wife. Felix is devasted, and with nowhere to go Oscar and Felix become roomates, then discover they have very different ideas on housekeeping, spending habits, and dating!
It's the classic comedy of two men finding whether sharing an apartment will ultimately drive them to mayhem, or could they learn something about themselves and each other?
“Wildly, irresistibly, incredibly and continuously funny.” – New York Post
NOTE: No public performances Friday Sept. 29, Saturday Sept. 30 or Sunday Oct. 1.
Oscar Madison — Paul S. Russo
Felix Ungar — Michael J Frohnhoefer
Murray — Stephen Moscatello
Speed — Stavros Adamides
Roy — Larry Beckerle
Vinnie — Jim Harris
Gwendolyn Pigeon — Jeanmarie Garver-Gaydos
Cecily Pigeon — Janica Carpenter
Ayn Lauren — Producer
Allison Schneider — Production Stage Manager
Bill Mentz — Set Design
Crawford Deyo — Technical Director
Janet Fenton — Costume Design
Mike Gnazzo — Lighting Design
Debbi Fleckenstein — Props Mistress
Sarah Lung — Assistant