VP 2007 Wrong for Each Other

Wrong for Each Other

Written By: Norm Foster
Directed by: John Henry
Produced by special arrangement with Second Scene Editions, Playwrights Canada Press, Toronto.

Run of Show

“Wrong For Each Other” ran September 7 – 22, 2007, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00pm, second Sunday at 2:00pm

Synopsis

Four years after a painful divorce, Rudy and Nora happen upon each other at a local restaurant. This chance meeting becomes a reunion lunch and an occasion to rehash their relationship with all of its highs and lows. Will this bring them back together?

Program

The Program for this show can be viewed by clicking Wrong For Each Other (pdf) (Requires Adobe Reader)
Due to format changes for our program, it is now in booklet-order. You will no longer see the pages sequentially. We apologize for any inconvenience.

The People …

Leading Roles
in order of appearance

Rudy Sorensen D. Nicholas Hansen
Norah Case Laura Hansen

Production Staff

Director John Henry
Producer Jean Mills & David Stives
Stage Managers Debbie Marinik & Marcia Weisenburger
Book Holder Bonnie Brandburg
Lighting Design Dan Finkel
Lighting Crew Pat Mahoney & Jeff Mills
Sound Design Don Weber
Sound Crew Marc Malley
Costume Design Sondra Henry
Costume Crew Cast
Property Gatherer Sue Dennis
Property Crew Ernie Brown, Jean Brown Joyce Calmes, Glenda Ford, Judson Lohman, Maureen O’Malley, & Brian Weisenburger
Set Design Wes Skinner
Set Construction Steve Mierzejewski, Norb Mills, & Don Weber
Scenic Art Wes Skinner
House Manager Ann Veasey
Box Office Ann Veasey
Box Office Staff Kimberley Bruggemann, Sandy Fry, Darlene Hatfield, Barbara Heindel, Sue Holliger, Carol Hojnacki, Rita Konecki, Debbie Krieger, Diane Nowakowski, Jinny Patterson, & Judy Wiederhold
Publicity Laura Hansen & Pam Kelso
Program Jake Gordy, Laura Hansen & Frank Venda
Program Art & Cover Design H.O.T. Graphics
Program Printing The Copy Center
Marquee Signs Larry Janney & Norb Mills
Cast Photography Frank Venda
Special Thanks Delaney’s Lounge

“Sometimes I wonder if men and women suit each other. Perhaps they should live next door and just visit now and then.” – Katherine Hepburn

The Show!

Place: Present, with Flashbacks

Act I

Restaurant
The morning after that first night

Act II

Same time and place