Fools

May 8th, 2015

PCS104-Fools

by Neil Simon

Directed by: Jim Carroll

 

January 2015
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Thursday performances are at 7:30 PM
Friday and Saturday performances are at 8:00 PM
Sunday matinees are at 2:00 PM

 

Group rates available! For more information send email to busdev@pcstheater.org.
 


 

Synopsis:

 

Neil Simon’s fable of old Russia, where a young schoolteacher is assigned to a village that has been cursed with chronic stupidity for 200 years. How stupid is it? (Thank you.) It’s so stupid that they milk cows upside down to get more cream. If he doesn’t leave in 24 hours he’ll become stupid himself—but there’s this girl…

 


 

Cast
Character Performer
Leon Josiah Donnell
Snetsky Ken Fischer
Magistrate Bob Dimond
Slovitch David Cashell
Mishkin Michele Nicolay
Yenchna Lauri Jacobs
Doctor Paul Kerrigan
Lenya Lorraine Barrett
Sophia Liz Iannacci
Gregor Tom Irvin

 

Production Staff
Director Jim Carroll
Assistant Director Thomas-Robert Irvin
Producer Cathy Baum
Stage Manager Adam Young
Set Design and Build Jolene Petrowski
Lighting Design Charlie Hoover
Costume Design Betsy Berwick
Cindy Schneeman
Sound Design Davida Wieler-Stone
Properties Dale Dimond
Marge Shaffer
Dialect Coach Lorraine Barrett

 


 
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