VP 2006 Gun-Shy

Gun-Shy

Written By: Richard Dresser
Directed by: Dave DeChristopher
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois.

Run of Show

“Gun-Shy” ran January 13 – 28, 2006, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00pm, second Sunday at 2:00pm.

Synopsis

Remember your first marriage? It’s back. Gun-Shy is a comedy about marriage, divorce, infidelity, infertility, incompatibility, eternal love, household accidents and diets no one should try. “Gun-Shy… grabs you from the moment the lights go up and never lets you go.”

World Premier at the 1997 Humana Festival of New American Plays and Actors Theatre of Louisvillle.

Produced in New York City by Playwrights Horizons, 1998.

Program

The Program for this show can be viewed by clicking Gun-Shy. (pdf) (Requires Adobe Reader)

The People …

Leading Roles
in order of appearance

Evie Debbie Marinik
Carter John Jennens
Duncan Larry Farley
Caitlin Shannon Cooch
Waiter, Roman, Nurse, Paramedic Norb Mills
Neil, Paramedic JaMay R. Edwards

Program Staff

Director Dave DeChristopher
Producers Paige Price
Technical Director Julie Zatko
Stage Manager Angela Metcalf & Julie Zatko
Lighting Designer Devin Coulter
Lighting Crew Devin Coulter & Angela Metcalf
Costume Design Pam Kelso
Costume Crew
Property Masters Marc Malley & Maureen O’Malley
Set Construction Steve Mierzejewski, Jeff Mills, Norb Mills & Bob Smith
Sound Design Steve Essick
Sound Crew George Markle & Julie Zatko
Program Laura Ahrens, Jake Gordy & Frank Venda
Program Art & Cover Design Laura Ahrens
House Manager Ann Veasey
Box Office Ann Veasey
Box Office Staff Kimberly Bruggemann, Sandy Fry, Darlene Hatfield, Sue Holliger, Rita Konecki, Joe Kwiatkowski, John Farnham Scott, Rita Stobinski & Judy Wiederhold
Program Printing The Copy Center
Marquee Signs Bob Smith
Cast Photography Frank Venda
Special Thanks Rumpf Ambulance, Wes Skinner, Sky Bank – Jermain Park Branch, Brenda Sweeney

The Show!

Act I: Various locations in the Pacific Northwest, new England, and Washington D.C.
Act II: Duncan’s house outside Boston