VP 1997 Night Watch

Night Watch

Book By: Lucille Fletcher
Directed By: Willard Misfeldt
Produced By: special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service

The People …

Leading Roles
in order of appearance

Elaine Wheeler Nancy Wright
John Wheeler Mark Tomesek
Helga Nancy Janney
Vanelli Dan Bailey
Curtis Richard Gray
Blanche Karen Wolf
Lt. Walker Jim Jeffries
Dr. Lake Kate Argow
Sam Thomas R. Pellitieri

Production Staff

Director Willard Misfeldt
Producer Marie Rossitier, Patti Skaf
Stage Manager Tom Pellitieri
Set Design Willard Misfeldt
Scenic Art Willard Misfeldt
Set Dressing Willard Misfeldt
Set Dressing Assistant Jean Mills
Lighting Design Marie and Jon Rossiter
Sound Design/Engineer Don Weber, Terry Watson, Scott Jackson, Tom Pellitieri
Property Manager Marie Rossiter
Set Construction Willard Misfeldt, Vance Harrison, Mark Boerst, Tom Gordon, Jake Gordy, Matt Wiederhold
Light Crew Sue Pellitieri
Sound Crew Mark Malley, Mark Boerst
Property Crew Sherry Ballou, Diana West, Marie Rossiter, Joyce Calmes
Program Chris & Peggy Kasner, Patti Skaff
House Manager Ann Veasey
Box Office Ann Veasey, Scott Jackson, Kimberly Bruggemann, Judy Wiederhold, Lisa McKnight, Patti Skaff
House Staff Larry Charchol, Jane Bihn, Sue Dennis, Tom & Sandy Kirkman, Joyce Ache, Bob & Ruth Wood, Mary Ann Coscarelli, Steve Dukes, Len & Bonnie Ward, Ann Johns, Pat Raitz, Rita Kanicki, Grace Westrick, Kathy Snary, Mary Adkins, Nancy McKelvey, Ron LaMont, Carol Griffith, Jill Brayshaw, Sue Holliger, Alice Applebaum, Gloria Conner, Ethel Safern, Harold Mominee, Carolyn Burns, Roberta & Stephen Smith, Bob & Judy Rank, Helen Kilcourse, Barbara Britsch, Vicky Anderson, Nancy De La Garcia, Harry Schulman Florence & Bob Warnke, Charlotte Smith Emma Rogierio, Les & Melisa Beland, Ed & Maragaret Burnham, Herb & Phyllis Carrick, Rose Gottlieb
Theater Marquee Signs Willard Misfeldt
Cast Photography Timeless Images

 The Show!

Place: The library of a townhouse in New York’s East Thirties

Time: The Present

Scenes:

Act I

Scene I: A winter morning, 5 o’clock
Scene II: The same day, 5 in the evening

Act II

Scene I: Twenty minutes later
Scene II: Three days later, 9 in the evening