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55 minutes | 2 days ago
Ep 21 - 15 - An Interview With Playwright ELANA GARTNER
Elana Gartner talks with Mark Redfield about playwriting, and her new 2021 play “Runtime Error”, and its first public reading with Transformation Theatre in May of 2021. This interview was conducted by telephone, May 2021. For more great audio visit http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com About Elana Gartner: Internationally produced and recognized playwright Elana Gartner is a native Brooklynite and a lifelong playwright, starting as early as first grade when her teacher allowed her to direct and act in the first play that she wrote "The Good Butterfly". That experience led her to believe that a career in playwriting was possible. Since then, she has written Before Lesbians (Dayton FutureFest Finalist 2020, 2nd Place Recipient of the 2018 Henley Rose Playwriting Competition for Women (Readings: Oberlin College, Henley Rose, due for a staged reading at Good Luck Macbeth Theatre), Because of Beth (Productions: Howick Little Theatre; The Workshop Theater), Daughter (Reading: UpTheater Company; PlayLab Selection, 2013 Great Plains Theatre Conference), Pilar’s Brother (Reading: Repertorio Español), Cortex Kin(Reading: Dixon Place), Spinning (Production:Fabrefaction Theater Company), and Ernie Evan (Productions: Genesis Repertory Theater; Heights Players, 6x10 Festival). Two monologues from Elana’s plays Daughter and Because of Bethwere published in “Audition Monologues for Young Women #2: More Contemporary Auditions for Aspiring Actresses “(Meriwether Publishing, Ltd., 2013). Elana founded the EMG Playwriting Workshop and is also a member of the Manhattan Oracles playwriting group. Elana founded the International Centre for Women Playwrights (ICWP) 50/50 Applause Awards and served on the ICWP board for five years. Elana is a member of the Dramatists Guild and is currently an MFA candidate at Spalding University. In addition to playwriting, Elana has worked in many aspects of the theater: stage management, technical theater, theater education, literary, producing and some dabbling in acting and directing. Through these, she has had the great fortune of working at Williamstown Theater Festival, Lincoln Center Institute, Cherry Lane Theatre, Second Stage Theater, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and the Theatre Development Fund. During the corona virus crisis, she founded Four Walls Theater, a socially responsible theater company presenting new works online, using artists from around the nation. Elana's freelance writing covers gender parity, parenting, theater and disability. She lives with her family in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. https://elanagartner.com https://www.transformationtheatre.org/ About the play “Runtime Error”: Tal is trying to get a competitive internship when he approaches his college advisor and mentor for an introduction to the company. The famous Professor Carson is all too willing to make the introduction but for a terrible price. While hiding his experiences from everyone in his life, Tal tries to figure out what he could have done differently. A play inspired by the #MeToo movement and the Brett Kavanaugh hearings, this play explores similar themes for men and how they cope or don’t. SEMI-FINALIST 2021 EUGENE O'NEILL NATIONAL PLAYWRIGHTS CONFERENCE Thank you for listening, sharing, and subscribing! The Redfield Arts Audio Podcast and its original content © Mark Redfield Studios. All Rights Reserved. For more great audio visit http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com
89 minutes | 12 days ago
Ep 21 - 14 - An Interview With Author BRUCE G. HALLENBECK on his book "Poe Pictures"
AN INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR BRUCE G. HALLENBECK On His New Book “Poe Pictures – The Film Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe” Author Bruce G. Hallenbeck talks with Mark Redfield about his new book “Poe Pictures – The Film Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe”, published by Tomahawk Press. Hallenbeck has impressive credentials, having authored numbers books on film, Hammer Film Studios, American International Pictures, and essays and articles in numerous magazine. A filmmaker and screenwriter, Hallenbeck and Redfield talk about Poe in the cinema, from the silent era into the 21st century. This conversation was recorded over the phone in April 2021. Don't Forget To SUBSCRIBE! For more great audio visit: http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com
89 minutes | 12 days ago
Ep 21 - 14 - An Interview With Author BRUCE HALLENBECK
AN INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR BRUCE G. HALLENBECK On His New Book “Poe Pictures – The Film Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe” Author Bruce G. Hallenbeck talks with Mark Redfield about his new book “Poe Pictures – The Film Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe”, published by Tomahawk Press. Hallenbeck has impressive credentials, having authored numbers books on film, Hammer Film Studios, American International Pictures, and essays and articles in numerous magazine. A filmmaker and screenwriter, Hallenbeck and Redfield talk about Poe in the cinema, from the silent era into the 21st century. This conversation was recorded over the phone in April 2021. Don't Forget to SUBSCRIBE! For more great audio visit: http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com
43 minutes | 19 days ago
Episode 21 - 13 - Mark Redfield And Jennifer Rouse On Collaboration
Collaboration. Writer-director Mark Redfield and Composer-sound designer Jennifer Rouse talk about their long friendship and the work they’ve done together. Eavesdrop on this unscripted question-and-answer dialogue, as Redfield and Rouse discuss collaborating in the past, planting seeds that will grow into fruitful collaborations on future audio drama featuring words, stories, and music. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE! For more great audio visit http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com
168 minutes | 23 days ago
Ep 21 - 12 - An Interview With Actor Jeffrey Combs
Combs chats candidly about his early acting career, the 1985 film “ReAnimator”, his long friendship collaboration with Director Stuart Gordon, the fascination with Edgar Allan Poe that lead to the one-man show “Nevermore”, and so much more. A must-listen for fans of Jeffrey Combs! Eavesdrop into this unscripted, free-wheeling actor-to-actor conversation with Jeffrey Combs and Mark Redfield, as they talk the art, career and craft of acting! Recorded by phone in April, 2021. “Nevermore, An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe” starring Jeffrey Combs, directed by Stuart Gordon, written by Dennis Paoli, and produced by Redfield Arts Audio is available for digital download worldwide by Audible. To listen to "Nevermore - An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe" on AUDIBLE visit: https://www.audible.com/pd/Nevermore-Audiobook/1645553361 Also available on other popular audio platforms! Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE! For more great audio visit: http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com
62 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep. 21-11 - An Interview With Novelist and Filmmaker SEAN PAUL MURPHY
An Interview with Novelist and Filmmaker Sean Paul Murphy On The Redfield Arts Audio Podcast- Sean Paul Murphy chats with Mark Redfield in-depth about his debut novel “Chapel Street”, a contemporary tale of haunting and demonic possession. Sean Paul Murphy is a writing instructor at Towson University in Maryland, and has has a long career in film and television as a film editor and screenwriter. He has written fourteen screenplays that have be made into films, edited feature-films and for companies like Discovery Channel. A published author, “Chapel Street” is his first novel. This conversation between colleagues Murphy and Redfield took place by phone, in March 2021. To find out more about “Chapel Street”, or to order a copy, visit Amazon, or http://TouchPointPress.com Visit Sean’s blog at http://seanpaulmurphyville.blogspot.com/ In our conversation, we talk about suicide, and how the suicide of Sean’s siblings contributed to his fiction in “Chapel Street”. If you have thoughts of suicide, please do not hesitate to call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800-275-8255. Speak to someone today. Help IS available. We hope you will hit the "Like" button and SUBSCRIBE to our weekly podcast. For more great audio visit: http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com
22 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep. 21 - 10 - Poe's Irish Roots
DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! For more great audio visit: www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com THE POE FAMILY COMES FROM IRELAND! It begins, as far back as can be reliably traced, to Edgar’s great-great-grandfather David Poe in the town of Dring, County Cavan, Ireland, about 75 miles north of Dublin. (There are going to be a few “Davids” in our brief re-cap, so get your score cards ready!) There is no record of David Poe’s birth, only of his death in 1742. He was a farmer and overseer of Parrish roads in Kidallan in County Cavan. It is possible (but there is no definite proof) that he was descended from the Dr. Leonard Poe who was the official physician for King James I and later for King Charles I. David Poe, who married a woman named Sarah, gave birth to a son called John (date unknown). John Poe (Edgar’s great-grandfather) married Jane McBride and immigrated to America sometime around 1749 or 1750. They lived briefly in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and then moved and settled in Baltimore, Maryland. David and Jane had 10 children. Their son David (Edgar’s grandfather—still with me?) was born in either 1742 or 1743 before they came to America. Featuring poetry read by Mark Redfield by: - Edgar Allan Poe - Samuel Beckett - Jane Wilde - William Butler Yeats "Auld Lang Syne" performed by Jennifer Rouse Original content © The Mark Redfield Company
83 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep. 21 - 9 - An Interview With Writer Dennis Paoli
Dennis Paoli is a screenwriter and playwright known for his work on horror films, specifically those directed by Stuart Gordon. He has written or co-written five of Gordon's films, including Re-Animator (1985) and From Beyond (1986). He has also collaborated with Gordon on the stage productions of Bleacher Bums, Re-Animator: The Musical, and "Nevermore: An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe", and on two episodes of the Showtime horror television series Masters of Horror. Paoli serves as the coordinator of the Hunter College writing center. He established the Heidi Paoli Fund in honor of his late wife (d. 1987) to distribute donations to approved cancer charities from a variety of fundraising sources. This conversation between Dennis Paoli and Mark Redfield took place by telephone in March, 2021. "NEVERMORE An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe" is available worldwide as an audiobook via Audible from Redfield Arts Audio. Visit http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com for more information.
5 minutes | 2 months ago
"Sinbad And The Pirate Princess" Music Suite By Jennifer Rouse
"Sinbad And The Pirate Princess" Music Suite By Jennifer Rouse Full cast and sound effects audio drama on the seas available now on Audible and other fine audio platforms! More info at http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com Starring Caroline Munro, Martine Beswicke, and Mark Redfield as "Sinbad" A ferocious pirate roams the Arabian Sea, and Sinbad must stop her! Caroline Munro is Junah, the pirate princess, out to destroy the island kingdom ruled by the wicked Queen Badra, voiced by Martine Beswicke. Sinbad (Mark Redfield) finds himself caught between the two and tangles with a vengeful genie, seductive sirens, and a deadly sea serpent in this grand, swashbuckling fantasy adventure for audiences of all ages! Original music and sound design by Jennifer Rouse. The cast includes J.R. Lyston and Mary Anne Perry.
26 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 21 - 8 - Edgar Allan Poe's BERENICE Performed By Tony Tsendeas
Edgar Allan Poe's BERENICE Performed By Tony Tsendeas Live at Westminster Hall June 28, 2013 DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! For more great audio visit: http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com Readers were disturbed by the story, and some outraged. Complaints flooded the office of the Southern Literary Messenger. But more so - subscriptions rose! In "Berenice", Poe easily follows in the tradition of Gothic Fiction. Themes that re-occur with Poe are introduced in this story. T - The death of a beautiful woman. - Premature burial - Catelepsy and madness Here's BERENICE performed by Tony Tsendeas as recorded before a live audience at Westminster Hall in Baltimore, MD on June 28th, 2013. Please excuse the sound quality of the original recording due to room noise and distortion.
6 minutes | 3 months ago
"The Canterville Ghost" Music Suite Composed By Jennifer Rouse
Jennifer Rouse composed the soundtrack for the enhanced audiobook reading of Oscar Wilde's "The Canterville Ghost". Here is a sample suite of the music! ABOUT THE AUDIOBOOK: Oscar Wilde’s delightful story comes to life with vivid performances by Mark Redfield and Mackenzie Menter (as Virginia), with an original music score by Jennifer Rouse. One of the first stories Wilde published in 1887, “The Canterville Ghost” tells the story of an American family that moves into a haunted country house in England. At first disbelieving in ghosts, the family soon accepts, and then combats, the ghostly antics of Sir Simon de Canterville. Sir Simon has haunted Canterville Chase in various ghastly disguises for years, and becomes increasingly frustrated at the American family’s attempts to spoil the fun. Only little Virginia reaches out to Sir Simon, and with her help, the garrulous ghost is able to find peace. Wilde’s story combines macabre whimsy and gentle humor, making it perennially popular. “He made me see what Life is, and what Death signifies, and why Love is stronger than both.” ("The Canterville Ghost") Redfield Arts Audio's production of "The Canterville Ghost" Audiobook is now available on Audible, Google Play and other fine platforms! https://www.amazon.com/The-Canterville-Ghost/dp/B08VTHW7PJ https://play.google.com/store/audiobooks/details/Oscar_Wilde_The_Canterville_Ghost?id=AQAAAEBcExVTWM For more great audio visit: http://www.redfieldartsaudio.com
37 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep. 21 - 7 - "The Resurrectionist" - An Original Audio Drama By Tony Tsendeas
Episode 21-7 - "The Resurrectionist" - An Original Audio Drama By Tony Tsendeas For more great audio dramas visit http://www.redfieldartsaudio.com Recorded before a live audience at Westminster Hall in Baltimore (where Edgar Allan Poe is buried!), THE RESURRECTIONIST stars Tony Tsendeas as "Frank" and Mark Redfield as "The Interviewer". The play is an original created exclusively by Tony Tsendeas. Redfield Arts Audio brings you adaptations of contemporary and classic tales of mystery, horror and the imagination. This performance of "The Resurrectionist" was recorded before a live audience on June 22nd, 2013 at Westminster Hall Burial Grounds, in Baltimore, Maryland, where Edgar Allan Poe is buried. Cast & Crew Frank, the body-snatcher...Tony Tsendeas The Interviewer...Mark Redfield Lily...Mary Anne Perry Drunk...David Crandall Dr. Davidge...John Astin Bartleby...Chris Pfingsten Gretchen...Patricia Coleman Constable...Mark Redfield Dr. Abbott...Patricia Coleman Night Watch...David Crandall Announcer...Chris Pfingsten © The Mark Redfield Company, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
64 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep. 21 - 6 - Behind The Sounds: The Making Of "SEASON 13"
Mark Redfield takes us behind-the-mic and the making of our audio-comedy “Season 13”! With cast members Rik Deskin, Brinke Stevens, and others, listen to the story of the inspiration and process of creating “Season 13”. AVAILABLE NOW! Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Season-13-Audiobook/1645553779 Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Season-13/dp/B08VV5L877 Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/audiobooks/details/Mark_Redfield_Season_13?id=AQAAAEBcE2hTJM And other fine audio platforms! Starring Rik Deskin, Mark Redfield, Brinke Stevens, Andi Shrem A spirited comedy about a very haunted theater! Theatrical Stage Manager Nick Papadakis (Rik Deskin) - call him “Pop”, everybody does - takes a new job at the infamously haunted Majestic Theatre in Seattle one week before they open their annual holiday cash-cow ‘A Seattle Christmas Carol’. Legend has it that The Majestic is haunted by dead film and stage star Jack Fairbanks (Mark Redfield), his beautiful wife, Victoria (Brinke Stevens) and company (Joshua Kennedy and Brian Chetelat). It’s the Majestic Theatre’s 13th season, and Nick walks into a maelstrom of chaos - - Are Managing Director Jerry Jerome (Matthew Bowerman) and Artistic Director Stan Flanagan (B. Thomas Rinaldi) actively sabotaging the show? WILL Nick and Co-Stage Manager Jane Bigelow (Andi Shrem) fall in love? WHICH living actors will get pink eye or go to jail- - uncured ham Chip Bateman (Steve Treacy), sarcastic Rosemary-Margaret (Stephanie Graham) or mumble-mouthed Herb (Mike Moran)? And what SECRETS does the cranky receptionist Miss Aggie (Lois Bailey DeVeas) keep? Also featuring Kim Deskin and Olivia McMahon. A comedy for theatre lovers everywhere! Jack Fairbanks and Company will return. For more great audio visit: http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com
54 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep. 21 - 5 - Redfield Arts Audio Previews of Coming Attractions For 2021
Redfield Arts Audio Previews of Coming Attractions For 2021 Join Mark Redfield as he presents the eclectic upcoming slate of podcasts, audiobooks and audio drama from Redfield Arts Audio! Coming to your favorite listening device on our weekly podcast, in addition to our exciting mix of interviews with creative actors, writers, musicians authors, and artists, we’ll be presenting a new audio drama serial entitled MARS LIVES! And two new audio essay series: MYTH AND THE MOVIES hosted by Stuart Voytilla, and AN ACTOR’S NOTEBOOK with Mark Redfield. In addition to a slate of new audio books, both contemporary and classic, our upcoming audio dramas for 2021 include “Season 13”, “I Married a Fly!” By Thomas E. Cole, “Houdini-Magicians in the Ghost World” and the original westerns “Lady Gunfighter”, “The Adventures of Tom Mix”, and “Bat Masterson: Ring of Fire”. All this and more coming in 2021 from Redfield Arts Audio! Thank you for listening! You are the greatest audience in the world! http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com
36 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 21 - 4 - The Cask Of Amontillado Live Audio Drama With Mark Redfield And Chris Pfingsten
Episode 21-4 - "The Cask Of Amontillado" Audio Drama Starring Mark Redfield and Chris Pfingsten DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! For more great audio visit: www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com Recorded before a live audience at Baltimore Theatre Project, THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO stars Mark Redfield as "Montresor" and Chris Pfingsten as "Fortunato". The play was adapted from Poe's short story and directed by Tony Tsendeas. Mike Moran created the live sound effects and Dave Crandall created the electronic ambience. Music by Jennfer Rouse and the audio engineer is Bill Dickson of Drat Productions. Poe's "The Cask of Amontillado" was published in November 1846, in Godey's Lady's Book. Cast & Crew "Montresor" is played by Mark Redfield "Fortunato" is played by Chris Pfingsten Announcer: Chris Pfingsten Adapted and Directed by Tony Tsendeas Sound Design is by David Crandall. Sound Effects: Mike Moran Music: Jennifer Rouse Album art design: Jennifer Rouse Recording Engineer/Technical Director is Bill Dickson of Drat Productions. THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO is a new adaptation, written and directed by Tony Tsendeas. © The Mark Redfield Company
22 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 21 - 3 - THE DRUM MAJOR For Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2021
Redfield Arts Audio Presents THE DRUM MAJOR A Palatine Hill production With Michael Mack as the voice of Martin Luther King, Jr. Narrated by Jim Pollack and Leslie Willson Music and Sound by Jennifer Rouse Recorded at Drat Productions. Audio Engineer, Bill Dickson “Canaan Land” performed by Donal Leace Special Thanks to Jeff Herberger Produced by Michael Mack and Jim Pollock Written and Directed by Michael Mack. THE DRUM MAJOR explores the last and most challenging year in the life of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Written and Directed by Michael Mack (HOUSE OF CARDS, HEAD OF STATE, STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION), THE DRUM MAJOR features narration by producer Jim Pollock, with Leslie Willson, Music and Sound Design by associate producer Jennifer Rouse, and a special performance of the song CANAAN LAND by folk music legend Donal Leace, who marched with Dr. King in the 1960s. “Mack,” who portrays the Voice of Dr. King, “is a compelling actor” raves The Washington Post. For more great audio essays, audio drama, and audio books, please visit http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! New Podcasts every week!
49 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 21 - 2 - A Poe Legacy & “The Pit and the Pendulum” Suspense Radio Drama
Episode 21-2: Vincent Price - A Poe Legacy & “The Pit and the Pendulum” Suspense Radio Drama In this podcast, listen to Mark Redfield’s audio essay of Price’s life and career, and his legacy of work performing adaptations of Poe. Included is the 1957 radio program “The Pit and the Pendulum” DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! For More Great Audio Visit: www.RedfieldArts Audio.com
62 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 21 - 1 - An Interview With JEFF SAVOYE Of The Edgar Allan Poe Society
A Conversation with Jeffrey A. Savoye of The Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore. DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! For More Great Audio Visit: www.redfieldartsaudio.com Let’s celebrate the anniversary month of Poe’s birth eavesdropping on this phone conversation between Mark Redfield and Jeffrey A. Savoye. Thank you for listening to The Redfield Arts Audio podcast. Please subscribe to our podcasts, and never miss a show! This program copyright The Mark Redfield Company. A big thanks to Jeffrey A. Savoye for his time. Please visit The Poe Society of Baltimore’s website at http://www.www.eapoe.org/ For more great audio visit us at http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com
44 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 68 -The Blue Carbuncle – A Sherlock Holmes Christmas Mystery
Episode 68 - The Blue Carbuncle – A Sherlock Holmes Christmas Mystery DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! More More Great Audio Visit: http://www.redfieldartsaudio.com The Blue Carbuncle – A Sherlock Holmes Christmas Mystery Dramatized and Directed by Mark Redfield. Original Music and Sound Design by Jennifer Rouse. Sherlock Holmes – Mark Redfield Dr. Watson – J.R. Lyston Mrs. Hudson – Carol Mason London. The 27th of December, 1892, two days after Christmas. Dr. John Watson drops by his old digs at Baker Street to wish his former room-mate Sherlock Holmes the compliments of the season. He finds Holmes keenly contemplating a seemingly inconsequential, old, battered bowler hat. From this ordinary object, an adventure unfolds as the detective-duo unravels the strange series of events and solve the mystery of the theft of the coveted, rare jewel – the Blue Carbuncle! “The Blue Carbuncle – A Sherlock Holmes Christmas Mystery” is based on the story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, originally published in The Strand Magazine in January, 1892. THE CAST Sherlock Holmes- Mark Redfield. Dr. Watson- J.R. Lyston Mrs. Hudson- Carol Mason. Peterson, Henry Baker, Landlord, Breckinridge, and James Ryder- Mark Redfield. Adapted from the 1892 short story “The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, appearing in the series “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes”, as published in The Strand Magazine. This recording, audio script, performances and music copyright © The Mark Redfield Company. All Rights Reserved. Holmes and Watson will return in the Redfield Arts Audio production “The Crimes of Sherlock Holmes”. We invite you to visit http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com and to join our mailing list.
55 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 67 - Season 13 "A Seattle Christmas Carol" Act 2
Redfield Arts Audio Presents “Season 13 – A Seattle Christmas Carol” Act Two Starring Rik Deskin as Nick Papadakis, Mark Redfield as Jack Fairbanks, Brinke Stevens as Victoria Fairbanks, and Andi Shrem as Jane Bigelow. Written and Directed by Mark Redfield. “Compulsion” Written and Performed by Mike Lane. Music and Sound Design by Jennifer Rouse. A spirited comedy about a very haunted theater! The Story: Theatrical Stage Manager Nick Papadakis (Rik Deskin) - call him “Pop”, everybody does - takes a new job at the infamously haunted Majestic Theatre in Seattle one week before they open their annual holiday cash-cow ‘A Seattle Christmas Carol’. Legend has it that The Majestic is haunted by dead film and stage star Jack Fairbanks (Mark Redfield), his beautiful wife, Victoria (Brinke Stevens) and company (Joshua Kennedy and Brian Chetelat). It’s the theater’s 13th season, and Nick walks into a maelstrom of chaos - - IS all-business Managing Director Jerry Jerome (Matthew Bowerman) and flamboyant Artistic Director Stan Flanagan (B. Thomas Rinaldi) actively sabotaging the show? WILL Nick and Co-Stage Manager Jane Bigelow (Andi Shrem) fall in love and get the show open? WHICH living actors will get pink eye or go to jail- - uncured ham Chip Bateman (Steve Treacy), sarcastic Rosemary-Margaret (Stephanie Graham) or mumble-mouthed Herb (Mike Moran)? And what SECRETS does the cranky receptionist Miss Aggie (Lois Bailey DeVeas) keep? THE CAST Rik DESKIN as Nick Papadakis Mark REDFIELD as Jack Fairbanks Brinke STEVENS as Victoria Fairbanks Andi SHREM as Jane Bigelow Mary Anne Perry as DJ Donna Matthew Bowerman as Jerry Jerome B. Thomas Rinaldi as Stan Flanagan Lois Bailey DeVeas as Miss Aggie Naomi Glick as Amanda Reese Steve Treacey as Chip Bateman Mike Moran as Herb Goldschmidt Stephanie Graham as Rosemary-Margaret Stubb Joshua Kennedy as Roland Jennifer Rouse as Nick’s Mom, Myrna, Elska, and DJ Janet Olivia McMahon as Sally Kim Deskin as Bea And Brian Chetelat as Otto Blump For more great audio visit http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com today! © The Mark Redfield Company.
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