January 27 –
February 19, 2017
Michael Champlin and
Kristen Kaye Lo
Thurs. - Sat. nights at 8p
Sun. afternoons at 2p
By Theresa Rebeck
When Jack, a New York banker, suddenly shows up at his parents’ Cincinnati home in the middle of the night with a sack full of ice cream and no wife, his sister Lorna wants to know what’s going on. Where’s his socialite wife? Is he home for good? And why is he giving away so much money? Theresa Rebeck’s (Bad Dates, Dragon 2011) dark comedy examines the conflict between Main Street and Wall Street, flyover state values versus coastal state values, and the humor within a family in turmoil.
Michael Champlin as Jack
Kristen Kay Lo as Lorna
Jackie O'Keefe as Barbara
Janine Saunders Evans as Jenny
Brian Flegel as Phil
Directors - Michael Champlin and Kristen Kaye Lo
Stage Manager - Chrissy Schwanhausser
Scenic Designer - R. Dutch Fritz
Technical Director - Charles McKeithan
Lighting Designer - William Campbell
Costume Designer - Tahiya Marome
Properties Designer - Charlynn Knighton
Sound Designer - Lance Huntley
Graphic Designer - Maggie Ziomek
Pay what you will preview on Thurs., Jan. 26th at 8p
Opening night performance with post-show reception on Fri., Jan. 27th at 8p
Post-show discussion with the cast and director Sun., Feb. 5th
This production is rated PG 13 for adult language and themes.
The show runs a little less than 2 hours with one 15 minute intermission.
This show is sponsored in part by the Silicon Valley Community Foundation’s Donor’s Circle for the Arts, the Redwood City Civic Cultural Commission, the San Mateo County Arts Commission, and Dr. Katharine Miller.