By Neil Simon
Originally Produced December 1970 and Spring 1995.
This renown comedy begins with a group of the boys assembled for cards in the apartment of a divorced fellow, and if the mess is any indication, it's no wonder that his wife left him. Late to arrive is another fellow who has just been separated from is wife. Since he is very meticulous and tense, they fear he might commit suicide, and so go about locking all the windows. When he arrives he is scarcely allowed to go to the bathroom alone. The slob bachelor and the meticulous fellow decide to bunk together with hilarious results. The patterns of their own disastrous marriages begin to reappear in this arrangement; and so this too must end.
|Oscar Madison||Ron Jordan|
|Felix Unger||David Andreas|
|Cecily Pigeon||JJ Marafioti|
|Gwendolyn Pigeon||Ronnye McInteer|
|Assistant Director/Tech Director||Bill M Flippo, Sr|
|Stage Manager||Karen Schmeidler|
|Lights and Sound||Pete Liedich, Arlan Anglemyer, Trisha Liedich|
|Asst. Costumer||Connie Graber|
|Set Construction||David Andreas, Ron JOrdan, Bill Flippo, David Schmeidler, Larry Samms, JJ Marafioti, Ronnye McInteer, Karen Schmeidler|
|Hair and Make-up||Tresh Swopes|
|House Manager||David Schmeidler|