Female Odd Couple
Book By: Neil Simon
Directed by: Larry Farley
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Run of Show
“Female Odd Couple” ran May 12 – 27, 2000 Thursday through Saturday at 8:00pm, Sunday at 2:00pm
Neil Simon’s famous update of this contemporary classic starts with a group of women friends playing their regular game of Trivial Pursuit. This week, the coterie is meeting at the apartment of Olive Madison, a divorcee who freely admits to being a slob. “I leave a mess when I read a book.” Late to arrive is Florence Unger, a stickler for detail who would try the patience of a saint, who had unfortunately just become separated from her husband. As life would have it, the slob and the fuss-budget decide to room together – with hilarious results.
June 11, 2000: Jake Gordy & Don Weber for “Excellence in Duet Acting” for their portrayals of Jesus & Manolo Costazuela
The People …
in order of appearance
|Olive Madison||Jean Mills|
|Florence Unger||Debbie Marinik|
|Manolo Constazuela||Don Weber|
|Jesus Constazuela||Jake Gordy|
|Producer||The Village Players Board of Directors|
|Set Design||Matt Wiederhold|
|Stage Manager||Larry Small, Joanne Toth|
|Lighting Design||Scott T. Gage|
|Lighting Crew||Dan Marinik, Scott T. Gage|
|Costume Design||Becky Farley, Sondra Henry|
|Property Managers||Rhea Kimball, Angela Metcalf|
|Property Crew||Angela Gage, John Henry, Jessi Kaires, Ben Lumbrezer, Phyllis Van Hove, Barb Vaught, Ellison Weber|
|Set Construction||Steve Mierzejewski, Matt Wiederhold|
|Sound Design||Scott T. Gage, Don Weber|
|Sound Crew||Marc Malley, Larry Janney|
|Program Art & Cover Design||Jake Gordy|
|House Manager||Ann Veasey|
|Box Office||Ann Veasey, Joe & Carol Kwiatkowski, Judy Wiederhold, Roger Whitmore, Kimberly Bruggemann, Sue Hollinger, Lisa Jackson|
|Program Printing||Malhoit Printing|
|Theater Marquee Signs||Willard Misfeldt|
|Cast Photography||Bev Norman|
Place: Olive Madison’s Riverside Drive apartment.
Time: The Present
Act I: A hot summer’s night
Scene 1: Two weeks later, about 11 p.m.
Scene 2: A few days later, about 8 p.m.
Scene 3: The next evening, about 7:30 p.m.