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THE CORNLEY UNIVERSITY DRAMA SOCIETY PRESENTS
CAST INSPECTOR CARTER – CHRIS BEAN CHARLES HAVERSHAM – JONATHAN HARRIS THOMAS COLLEYMOORE – ROBERT GROVE PERKINS – DENNIS TYDE FLORENCE COLLEYMOORE – SANDRA WILKINSON CECIL HAVERSHAM – MAX BENNETT ARTHUR THE GARDENER – MAX BENNETT
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A LETTER FROM
THE PRESIDENT Hello and welcome to The Murder at Haversham Manor. We are thrilled that the Cornley University Drama Society is performing in the USA. We can only apologise to those involved in the production of Equus originally scheduled for this week, which due to a clerical error, is now being performed in the Cornley University Gymnasium. We hope there are no hard feelings and we’ve left the vaulting horse out for you. The question everyone at Cornley has been asking is: are we ready for a venue of this size? The answer is “yes.” The cast and I rehearsed for weeks using only the best acting teachings to inspire us. We read that Sanford Meisner once said, “Acting is behaving truthfully,” so we immediately changed all the names in the play to our own names and cut the murder, the manor house setting and any other element that we hadn’t personally experienced. We then found the piece rather flat, and it only ran at 17 minutes. So we went back to the Meisner book and we realized the full quote was in fact: “Acting is behaving truthfully... under imaginary circumstances,” so we reinstated the cuts and we were then quickly back on track. We found the teachings of Michael Chekhov less confusing. He says, “An actor has to burn inside with an outer ease.” So that evening it was vindaloos all round at the Sunam Balti House on Cornley High Street. However, try as we did to not react to our burning insides, it was certainly noticeable that we were all in significant discomfort, which just goes to show how tough acting can be. At the end of the evening, Dennis was actually sick in the restaurant bathrooms. We always knew he was one of the weaker actors. All this hard work and preparation has left us with an ensemble piece that has achieved such critical acclaim as “VERY INTERESTING” from Mr. Harwood, esteemed head of Design Technology at Cornley University, and “RATHER UNSETTLING” from real-life police chief Mr. Greaves of the Cornley Volunteer Police Force. I’m sure that with a full audience, the piece will truly bring down the house.
CHRIS BEAN President of the Cornley University Drama Society & Director of The Murder at Haversham Manor
INSPECTOR CARTER & DIRECTOR
Touring debut! Chris is the newly elected head of the Drama Society. For tonight’s show, he served as the voice coach, dialect coach, fight choreographer, casting director and costume designer. He also plays the lead role and, of course, directed. The Society would like to thank Chris for his remarkable passion and efforts. Credits within the University: Hamlet in Hamlet , Macbeth in Macbeth and Othello in Othello .
ROBERT GROVE THOMAS COLLEYMOORE
Touring debut! A member of the Cornley Drama Society for three years, Robert uses the Stanislavsky method. Credits include Lame Horse in Black Beauty , Victorian Policeman in Madame Tussauds Chamber of Horror – Live! , Dopey in Snow White and The Tall Broad Gentlemen and Augustus Gloop in Charlie & The Chocolate Factory . Robert’s next performance will be as Godot in a newly selfwritten sequel to Beckett’s classic.
JONATHAN HARRIS CHARLES HAVERSHAM
Touring debut! Jonathan works as a model and is therefore excited to learn transferrable skills by appearing in The Murder at Haversham Manor . He is no stranger to acting and appeared in Casualty when he was just 5 years old. Jonathan also performed with Emote, another local theater company, in A Midsummer Night’s Stamina, which featured a cast of 14 pedalling exercise bikes for the full two-hour performance.
SANDRA WILKINSON FLORENCE COLLEYMOORE
Touring debut! This is Sandra’s 11th season with the Cornley University Drama Society, during which she has proudly performed roles such as Snow White in Snow White and The Tall Broad Gentlemen, Virginia Woolf in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and The Cow in Jack and the Bean. Sandra has been performing from a very young age, since her mother appeared in A Winter’s Tale pregnant.
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Touring debut! Max is in his first year at Cornley University where he is studying human geography and crime. He is an avid fan of films, and his favourite is The Legend of Bagger Vance, which he’s seen 27 times. This is Max’s first production with the Drama Society, and he is very glad to have donated a large portion of his recent inheritance to help the show reach Broadway.
DENNIS TYDE PERKINS
Touring debut! After failing the tryouts for the football, cricket, volleyball and basketball teams, Dennis decided to join the Drama Society. Dennis does not live in the Cornley halls of residence and commutes in daily from his parents’ house. He hopes the Society will give him the chance to meet like-minded people. Dennis’ only stage credit dates back to 1995 when he appeared in his primary school nativity. Credit: Shepherd.
ANNIE TWILLOIL STAGE MANAGER
Touring debut! The unsung hero of the Society, Annie has designed, built, painted, stage managed and costumed every single Society show in the last three years. Her hard work and dogged determination behind-the-scenes lies behind so much of the Society’s success. After The Murder at Haversham Manor, Annie will begin an internship at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
TREVOR WATSON LIGHTING & SOUND OPERATOR
Touring debut! Trevor is only participating in The Murder at Haversham Manor to earn much needed extra credit for his electronics module in order to pass his engineering course at Cornley University. Once he has passed the course, he will not continue to work with the Drama Society. Trevor credits his success to his sunny disposition and his positive outlook on life.
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(in order of appearance) Trevor...................................................................................................................................JASON BOWEN Chris............................................................................................................................... CHRIS LANCELEY Jonathan.............................................................................................................................. CHRIS FRENCH Robert....................................................................................................................... MICHAEL THATCHER Dennis..........................................................................................................................TODD BUONOPANE Sandra...................................................................................................................JACQUELINE JARROLD Max.......................................................................................................................ADAM PETHERBRIDGE Annie.....................................................................................................................................BIANCA HORN UNDERSTUDIES Swings and understudies never substitute for listed performers unless a specific announcement is made at the time of the appearance. for Trevor—BROCK BIVENS, CONOR SEAMUS MORONEY for Chris—BROCK BIVENS, CHRIS FRENCH for Jonathan—BROCK BIVENS, CONOR SEAMUS MORONEY for Robert—CHRIS FRENCH, CONOR SEAMUS MORONEY for Dennis and Max—BROCK BIVENS, CONOR SEAMUS MORONEY for Sandra and Annie—SHELLEY FORT, JEMMA JANE Jemma Jane is appearing with the permission of Actors’ Equity Association
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WHO’S WHO in the CAST JASON BOWEN (Trevor). Broadway: The Play That Goes Wrong. Off-Broadway: If Pretty Hurts…, Alternating Currents, My Mañana Comes. Regional: Native Son, Skeleton Crew, Jazz, As You Like It, Black Odyssey, June Moon, Ruined, A Raisin in the Sun, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (IRNE Award for Best Actor, Drama). TV/film: “Blue Bloods,” “Madam Secretary,” “Elementary,” “Braindead,” “Law & Order: SVU,” The Upside and What’s Your Number?. TODD BUONOPANE (Dennis). Broadway: Cinderella, Grease, Chicago, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Off-Broadway: The Butter and Egg Man, Henry and Mudge, The New Yorkers at Encores! TV credits include “Kimmy Schmidt,” “Braindead,” “Law & Order: CI,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and “30 Rock” (as Weinerslav). Todd is a Michigan grad and a councillor of Actors’ Equity. More at ToddBuonopane.com. CHRIS FRENCH (Jonathan). NYC: The Greenwich Village Follies, Dawn, Simon Dawes Becomes a Planet. Select regional: Assassins (Booth), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Hedwig), The Three Musketeers (Porthos), Romeo and Juliet (Nurse/Tybalt/Benvolio). Training: UNCSA. Thanks to this incredible team, and to his family and friends for their undying support. Instagram: @papafrench. BIANCA HORN (Annie). SMU graduate. Favorite credits, Off-Broadway: TPTGW, national tour: The Color Purple, Hairspray. Regional: Big Band Beat (Tokyo Disney), H2$B (TBTS), Sister Act, Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Fireside Theatre), A Rats Mass, Reeling (Hangar Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Dallas Theater Center), Lover’s Land (Horn Theatre). “I’m excited to hit the road with the Mischief family! Special thanks to the creative team and my supportive family and friends. All things are possible.” Instagram: @biancahorn14. JACQUELINE JARROLD (Sandra). Broadway: The Cherry Orchard. First national tour: The Play That Goes Wrong. Regional: Shakespeare Theatre Company of DC (Measure for Measure, Coriolanus, Wallenstein, A Midsummer Night’s Dream). Training: Northwestern University. Back in New York, Jacqui makes her artistic home with AmiosNYC. Proud AEA. JacquelineJarrold.com. Instagram: @JacquiJarrold. CHRIS LANCELEY (Chris). Born in Liverpool, England. Off-Broadway: The Play That Goes Wrong, The Bad and the Better. Off-West End: Henry V, The Band. TV: “FBI,” “Blue Bloods.” Training: AADA, National Youth Theatre (UK). Chris would like to extend much love and gratitude to his Dad, Nan, Kim, Jenny and his late Mum for always supporting him. Instagram and Twitter: @LanceleyOnStage. ADAM PETHERBRIDGE (Max) Off-Broadway: Irish Repertory Theatre (Lortel nom. Best Revival), In the Secret Sea, The Enlightenment of Mr. Mole. Regional: Palm Beach Dramaworks (nom. Best Actor), St. Michael’s, Depot Theatre. Graduate of the Actors Studio 14
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Drama School and Kenyon College. Endless thanks and love to Anna, family, friends, and teachers. Instagram: @Adam.Petherbridge. MICHAEL THATCHER (Robert). Broadway: TPTGW. Off-Broadway: Julius Caesar (NYSF), The Time Machine (NYMF), Titan Theatre Company. National tours: TPTGW (first national), Guys and Dolls. Select regional: Utah Shakespeare, Texas Shakespeare, Virginia Shakespeare, Sacramento Music Circus. TV: “Quantico” (ABC). M.F.A. University of Houston. “Constantly grateful for the love and support of my family!” Instagram: @thatched44. BROCK BIVENS (Understudy). New York/Regional: Bubble Boy (N.Y. premiere), Williamstown Theatre Festival, SITI Company, American Songbook at Lincoln Center, Broadway Rose Theatre Co. Training: Emerson College, UCB. Endless gratitude to The Roster, Stephen Kopel and Mike Miller, the Wrong team and my incredible family. For Jesse. BrockBivens.com. @BrockBiv. SHELLEY FORT (Understudy) New York: La MaMa. Regional: The Mountaintop (Camae), Intimate Apparel (Mayme), Pride and Prejudice (Jane), A Christmas Carol (Lucy). TV/film: “Dear Sister” @fortsisters, “Unicornland.” Writing: “miss america,” Auburn Avenue 2018 issue; National Black Theatre (Reading Series); Quick Silver Summit; The Fire This Time Festival. B.A. Kenyon College. M.F.A. Brown/Trinity Rep. ShelleyFort. com. @shelleyfort. JEMMA JANE (Understudy). Born in England, raised in Australia and based in New York. U.S. theater credits: Bullets Over Broadway first national tour (Olive) and Bullets Over Broadway at Ogunquit Playhouse (Olive). Overseas credits: Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), Cabaret (Texas), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Narrator), Miss Saigon and Rent. Jemma can’t wait to spend a year making sure things go right on the road. CONOR SEAMUS MORONEY (Understudy). Regional credits: Love’s Labours Lost, Henry IV, I Hate Hamlet (Advice to the Players); God of Carnage (Newton Nomadic Theater); Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet, Tartuffe (Shakespeare & Company). Education: B.A. Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. Training: Shakespeare & Company, The Barrow Group. ConorMoroney.com. Instagram: @csmoroney. HENRY LEWIS (Co-Author) is an Olivier Awardwinning writer, actor and is the artistic director of Mischief Theatre. Henry trained at LAMDA. His recent credits include writer and actor for The Play That Goes Wrong (Broadway, West End and U.K./international tour—winner of Best New Comedy at the Olivier Awards 2015 and What’s On Stage Awards 2014), Peter Pan Goes Wrong (BBC1, West End/U.K. tour/Pleasance London—nominated for Best New Comedy at the Olivier Awards 2016), The Comedy About a Bank Robbery (West End—nominated for Best New Comedy at the Olivier Awards 2017). Christmas Carol Goes Wrong (BBC1), Royal Variety
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WHO’S WHO in the CAST Performance (ITV), Keep It in the Family (ITV), Mischief Movie Night (West End/ U.K. tour—nominated for Best New Comedy at the Olivier Awards 2018), actor and producer for Mercury Fur (Trafalgar Studios—nominated for Best Production Off-West End Awards), actor for Beasts & Beauties (Hampstead Theatre) and producer of Tracy Letts’ Superior Donuts (Southwark Playhouse—winner of Peter Brook Empty Space Award).
Paper Mill Playhouse. Matt has his B.F.A. from Rutgers University and is on the faculty at SUNY Purchase. He has supervised dozens of events with Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS, Target and David Stark Design. Matt is endlessly grateful to the producers of The Play That Goes Wrong and to Mischief Theatre, for giving us the outlet and opportunity to make people laugh. Love to Joey.
JONATHAN SAYER (Co-Author). Training: LAMDA. Jonathan is an Olivier Award-winning writer and the company director of Mischief Theatre working as a writer, actor and producer. Theater includes Mischief Movie Night (Arts Theatre), The Comedy About a Bank Robbery (Criterion Theatre), The Play That Goes Wrong (Lyceum Theatre, Broadway run Duchess Theatre, West End run, U.K. and international tour—writer/actor, Olivier Awards and Whats On Stage Awards Best New Comedy), Peter Pan Goes Wrong (U.K. tour and West End—writer/actor), The Nativity Goes Wrong (writer, Mischief Theatre and Reading Rep co-production), Lights! Camera! Improvise! (various venues, actor, improviser, producer, Spirit of the Fringe Award 2013, Best Improv Show Award 2012) and Happy Birthday Simon (Orange Tree, actor). Television includes “Peter Pan Goes Wrong” (BBC One, writer/actor/associate producer), “The Royal Variety Performance: The Play That Goes Wrong” (ITV, writer and actor), “Keep It in the Family” (writer, ITV), “A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong” (BBC One, writer/actor). Radio includes The Christmas Show That Goes Wrong (BBC radio two).
MARK BELL (Original Broadway Director). Trained at École Internationale de Théâtre, Jacques Lecoq and was co-Artistic Director of Liquid Theatre. Liquid shows include If You Were Mine (ACW), Feeding Time (BAC), Endgame (BAC) and Crave (BAC and touring). Directing includes Che Disastro di Commedia (Theatro Greco, Rome); Waiting for Waiting for Godot (St. James Theatre, Off-West End); The Comedy About a Bank Robbery (West End); Ma Este Megbukunk (Central Szinhaz, Budapest); The Play That Goes Wrong (West End); Blue Blood by Anna Jordan (Riverside); The Revenger’s Tragedy (RCSSD, London); A Servant of Two Masters, Scapino (CMU, Pittsburgh); The Snowfall (Etcetera). Mark has taught and directed at LAMDA, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, UEA and East 15 acting schools. markbell.info.
HENRY SHIELDS (Co-Author) trained at LAMDA. He is an award-winning writer and has been a member of Mischief Theatre since 2009. Theater includes The Play That Goes Wrong (writer/actor, winner 2015 Olivier Award and WhatsOnStage Award for Best New Comedy), Peter Pan Goes Wrong (writer/actor, 2016 Olivier Award nominee for Best New Comedy), The Comedy About a Bank Robbery (actor/writer, 2017 Olivier Award nominee Best New Comedy), Mischief Movie Night (actor, 2018 Olivier Award nominee for Best New Comedy), The Nativity Goes Wrong (writer), The Comedy About a Bank Robbery (writer/actor) and The Busy Body (Southwark Playhouse). Television includes “The Royal Variety Performance 2016: The Play That Goes Wrong,” “Holby City” (BBC), “Keep It in the Family” (ITV), “Peter Pan Goes Wrong” (BBC) and “A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong” (BBC). Henry is currently working on, and developing, a number of new projects. MATT DiCARLO (Tour Director) is overjoyed that things are going Wrong all over North America! As the Production Stage Manager, Matt helmed the Broadway production of The Play That Goes Wrong for the first year and a half of its run. He served as the Associate Director for the 2017–2018 national tour of the Tony Awardwinning revival of The Color Purple, which he also stage managed on Broadway. Other Broadway credits include Honeymoon in Vegas and Rock of Ages. Regional theater work includes world premieres at La Jolla Playhouse and American Conservatory Theater, and 12 productions at 16
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NIGEL HOOK (Scenic Design) has designed an enormous range of drama, musical and opera productions throughout the U.K., Europe and the Brits Off-Broadway (Unsuspecting Susan) season in New York. West End credits: Spread a Little Happiness (Whitehall); Philadelphia, Here I Come! (Wyndhams); Elegies for Angels Punks and Raging Queens (Criterion); Ferry Across the Mersey (Lyric); The Boys in the Band (Aldwych); Party and When Pigs Fly (Arts); Forbidden Broadway (Albery); Pageant (Vaudeville); Steptoe and Son (Pinter); and the 2015 Olivier Award-winner for Best New Comedy, The Play That Goes Wrong (Duchess…still going wrong!). Future productions include the musical A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder at Oscarsteatrn, Stockholm 2018. ROBERTO SURACE (Costume Design) originates from Melbourne, Australia, where he trained at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), now based in London. The Play That Goes Wrong marks his Broadway debut. West End: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery (Criterion), Peter Pan Goes Wrong (Apollo) and The Play That Goes Wrong (Duchess). U.K. national tours: The Play That Goes Wrong, Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None and Peter Pan Goes Wrong. Off-West End: The Trial of Jane Fonda (Park). International: The Play That Goes Wrong (Budapest, Rome and Australian tour). TV: “Peter Pan Goes Wrong” (BBC One). RIC MOUNTJOY (Lighting Design). Selected designs include The Play that Goes Wrong (Broadway, national U.S. tour, West End, also South Korea, Australia, Hong Kong), Uncle Vanya (Theatre Clwyd and Sheffield theaters), Emancipation of Expressionism (Barbican Theatre and BBC TV), Mr. Popper’s Penguins (New Victory, NYC, Seattle, Minneapolis and West End), world premiere of Karagula by Philip Ridley (Soho Theatre London), What the Ladybird Heard (interna-
WHO’S WHO in the CAST tional touring), Pandemic (Singapore International Festival), The White Whale (an outdoor Moby Dick, Leeds). Relights include The Magic Flute (London Coliseum, English National Opera). ricmountjoy.com. ANDREW JOHNSON (Sound Design). The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin (European premiere), Death Takes a Holiday (U.K. premiere), Ragtime, Titanic, TPTGW (West End, Australia and U.K. tours), Dogfight (European premiere), Catch Me If You Can (European premiere), Girlfriends, The Stripper, The Toxic Avenger, U.K. Off-West End nominations for Best Sound Design for Mack and Mabel, Titanic and Grand Hotel (Southwark Playhouse). Andrew is currently a regular sound designer for Charing Cross Theatre and Theatre Royal Stratford East, London. 2017 shows: The Braille Legacy, Tommy U.K. tour and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. STEPHEN KOPEL, CSA (U.S. Casting). Broadway: Amélie, Sunday in the Park…, She Loves Me, Noises Off, On the Twentieth Century, Violet, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, The Winslow Boy, The Glass Menagerie, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Harvey, Once, Anything Goes, Brief Encounter, The Scottsboro Boys, Sondheim on Sondheim, Hedda Gabler. Off-Broadway: Kingdom Come, The Robber Bridegroom, Invisible Thread, Indian Ink, The
Common Pursuit. Kopel currently serves as casting director for Roundabout Theatre Company and Encores! OffCenter. ALLIED TOURING (Tour Marketing & Press) is a fullservice engagement management agency representing Broadway tours and other live touring events across North America. Current: Bandstand; The Book of Mormon; Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (San Francisco); Hello, Dolly!; Mean Girls; Mystery Science Theater 3000 Live; Rent; Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. Upcoming: Ain’t Too Proud; The Cher Show; Hadestown; The Hip Hop Nutcracker; Pretty Woman; To Kill a Mockingbird; Tootsie; You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. THE BOOKING GROUP (Tour Booking). Since its inception in 1996, The Booking Group has represented 25 Tony Award-winning Best Musicals and Plays. Current touring productions include: Hamilton; Anastasia; The Book of Mormon; Come From Away; Dear Evan Hansen; Fiddler on the Roof; Hello, Dolly!; Irving Berlin’s White Christmas; Mean Girls; My Fair Lady; Rent: The 25th Anniversary Tour and Waitress. Future productions include: Hadestown, 1776, The Cher Show, Pretty Woman, To Kill a Mockingbird and Tootsie.
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WHO’S WHO in the CAST MICHAEL DANEK(Production Stage Manager) is thrilled to be joining The Play That Goes Wrong tour. Broadway: Chicago, Pippin, Wicked. National tours: Love Never Dies, School of Rock, Chicago, Rock of Ages, Dr. Dolittle, Little House on the Prairie, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Disney’s High School Musical. Off Broadway: A Christmas Carol, The Fantasticks, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Master Class. European and Asian tours: Grease (performed in German), Evita, West Side Story. The Tokyo, Taiwan and Korean companies of Chicago. SUZANNE APICELLA (Stage Manager). Broadway: Fiddler on the Roof, Burn the Floor. National tours: Jersey Boys, Rock of Ages, Sweeney Todd. NYC: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (MSG). Regional: Ogunquit, Goodspeed, Engeman, FST, Gateway. For Joseph and Jacob. JESSICA TROY (Assistant Stage Manager) has worked with Alchemation on The Play That Goes Wrong, Motown: The Musical, Something Rotten!, Hand to God, and many regional and developmental productions. B.A. from Fordham University. JOHN EDKINS (Production Manager). Thirty years with Pittsburgh CLO building scenery and Production Supervisor for 25 years. Owner of JE Scenic Technologies, Inc., a theatrical scenic production services and storage company specializing in Broadway traveling productions exhibit and scenic elements. Involved with the Diocese of Pittsburgh for 21 years in development and construction of the Millennium Crèche. The Play That Goes Wrong, An American in Paris (Paris tour), West Side Story, Annie, The Sound of Music, My Fair Lady, Mary Poppins and Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Heads the annual Junior Theater Festival in Atlanta. Indiana University graduate. Resides in Pittsburgh with his wife and four sons. JOSE SOLIVAN (Company Manager). Broadway tours managed: The Color Purple, Finding Neverland, Cabaret, R&H Cinderella, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Anything Goes, Hairspray, The Drowsy Chaperone, Rent, The Producers, Grease and Spamalot. Broadway tours performed: Oklahoma! “Turn your wounds into wisdom.”—Oprah. Instagram: cmjosesolivan. DIGBY ROBINSON (U.K. Production Management) has over 30 years’ experience of production management in both the commercial and subsidized sectors. Recent productions in London’s West End include Peter Pan Goes Wrong (Apollo), The Play That Goes Wrong (Duchess), The Comedy About a Bank Robbery (Criterion) and Matilda for the Royal Shakespeare Company (Cambridge). Current projects include Death of a Salesman (U.K. tour) and Fat Friends The Musical (U.K. tour). KEVIN McCOLLUM (Producer) has received the Tony Award for Best Musical for In the Heights (2008), Avenue Q (2004) and Rent (1996), which also won the Pulitzer Prize. He is currently represented on Broadway with the Olivier Award-winning The Play That Goes 18
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Wrong. He produced Something Rotten! (Broadway, national tour); Hand to God (Broadway, West End); Motown: The Musical (Broadway, West End and national tour); The Drowsy Chaperone in 2006, which won five Tony Awards; Baz Luhrmann’s production of Puccini’s La bohème in 2002; [title of show] in 2008; the touring and Broadway productions of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas; the Off-Broadway hit De La Guarda; the recent hit revival of West Side Story; and Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. In 1995, Mr. McCollum cofounded the Producing Office, and has since created Alchemation, a theatrical and media producing company committed to new work. Mr. McCollum was trained at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, and earned his master’s degree in film producing from the Peter Stark Program at the University of Southern California. In 1995, he received the Robert Whitehead Award for Outstanding Commercial Theatre Producing. J. J. ABRAMS (Producer) is the founder of Bad Robot Productions. A writer, director and/or producer of television series such as “Felicity,” “Alias,” “Lost,” “Castle Rock” and “Westworld” and films such as Super 8, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the Mission: Impossible, Star Trek and Cloverfield franchises. Abrams is currently directing, producing and co-writing (with Chris Terrio) Star Wars: Episode IX. Abrams and his wife, Katie McGrath, co-CEO of Bad Robot, live in Los Angeles and have three children. KENNY WAX (Producer) is a triple Olivier Awardwinning London-based producer, currently serving a three-year term as the President of the Society of London Theatre. His musical Top Hat won three Olivier Awards including Best New Musical from its seven nominations. His production of Once on This Island won Best New Musical in 1995 from its four nominations and The Play That Goes Wrong won Best New Comedy at the Olivier Awards in 2015 and is still playing in the West End, on a UK tour and has just been extended on Broadway, where it won a Tony Award for best set design. Peter Pan Goes Wrong was nominated for an Olivier in 2016 and The Comedy About a Bank Robbery is now into its third year at the Criterion Theatre in London. Kenny has just opened a new musical, Six, about Henry VIII’s wives, transferring from the Edinburgh Festival into the West End. Later this year he will present the first staged production of The Worst Witch, based on the books by Jill Murphy. In the U.S. in 2018/19 Kenny will present Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Around the World in 80 Days and Mr Popper’s Penguins. STAGE PRESENCE LTD. (Producer) is delighted to be part of the team presenting Mischief Comedy shows on Broadway and all across the United States. CATHERINE SCHREIBER (Producer) is a two-time Tony-winning and Oliver-winning international producer; Broadway Global Producer of the Year, 2017. Productions: Broadway: Network, Pretty Woman; OffBroadway: Lead Producer The Play That Goes Wrong. Recent (U.K.) Lead Producer: Company; The Lion,
WHO’S WHO in the CAST the Witch and the Wardrobe; Heisenberg. Catherine is most proud of bringing The Scottsboro Boys to London. Winner: London Critics’ Circle Award, Evening Standard Award. Nominated for seven Olivier Awards, including Best Musical. Tony winner: Clybourne Park, Angels in America. Olivier Award: Company (2019). Six Tony nominations include Fiddler on the Roof, The Scottsboro Boys, Next Fall, Peter and the Starcatcher. Five Olivier nominations include Dreamgirls, Show Boat, The Scottsboro Boys, People Places and Things. Upcoming: The King’s Speech, The Scottsboro Boys (Alabama), Executive Producer: Made in Kent, Documentary. KEN DAVENPORT (Co-Producer). Once on This Island (Tony Award), Gettin’ the Band Back Together, Groundhog Day, Spring Awakening (Tony nomination), It’s Only a Play, Macbeth, Godspell, Altar Boyz, The Awesome ’80s Prom, Daddy Long Legs and more. Executive Producer for North America of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group. Created “Be a Broadway Star” board game (available on Amazon), DidHeLikeIt.com and author of the blog TheProducersPerspective.com. LUCAS McMAHON (Producer) is thrilled to help spread Mischief’s brand of mayhem across America! He has worked with Kevin McCollum at Alchemation since 2012. Other credits include The Play That Goes Wrong on Broadway, Something Rotten! (Broadway
and national tour) and Hand to God (Broadway and West End). He is a proud alumnus of Northwestern University. He would like to thank his family and friends for letting him believe he is right when is often so wrong. MARTIAN ENTERTAINMENT (Co-Producer) is Gregory Rae, Carl D. White and Tyrus Emory. Credits: The Normal Heart (Tony Award), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Tony Award) and many others. Upcoming: The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical, Loch Ness, Home Street Home. MartianEntertainment.com. JACK LANE (Co-Producer). Broadway: Peter and the Starcatcher (Tony nomination), Fun Home (Tony Award), The Humans (Tony Award), The Play That Goes Wrong and The Prom. Off-Broadway: Shear Madness. Jack is the Executive Producer and cofounder of Stages St. Louis, a 32-year-old regional theater. DOUBLE GEMINI PRODUCTIONS (Co-Producer). Wendy Federman and Carl Moellenberg have collectively garnered 18 Oscars (that is what they call them, right?). Career highlights: Wendy doing the 100-yard dash in a long red dress at Radio City on national TV, Carl searching in Thailand for the missing star who ate too much sushi.
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WHO’S WHO in the CAST deROY-BRUNISH (Co-Producer). Jamie deRoy: three Tony Awards, three Drama Desk, six Outer Critics, two Drama League awards; 41 Broadway and 33 Off-Broadway shows. TV: 11 Telly Awards. Film: Broadway: The Golden Age Trilogy. Corey Brunish has garnered eight Tony nominations, two Tony Awards. Currently: Come from Away. Beautiful is now in its fourth year. For Jessica. DAMIAN ARNOLD (Co-Producer) trained at LAMDA for three years. Producing credits: Don’t Dress for Dinner (Chicago and Broadway, two Tony nominations), Gypsy with Imelda Staunton (West End, Olivier Award), Thark by Ben Travers, Brief Encounter (dir. Emma Rice). Investor: Matilda (Broadway), Blithe Spirit with Angela Lansbury (West End and U.S. tour), Labour of Love (with Martin Freeman), The Lieutenant of Inishmore (West End), The Moderate Soprano by David Hare, The Girl from the North Country (West End). GREENLEAF PRODUCTIONS (Producer) is a Tony, Drama Desk and Olivier award-winning company whose recent productions include Dreamgirls West End, Groundhog Day, Matilda The Musical, Fiddler on the Roof and Menopause The Musical, both currently on tour throughout the United States. They are very proud to be a part of the Wrong family. For more information visit greenleafproductions.com. BARD-ROTH (Co-Producer). Bard Theatricals (Annette Jolles, Jim van Bergen, Laurence Holzman, Lara Holzman, David Stern, Linda Hamil): Broadway: Jagged Little Pill (upcoming), The Play That Goes Wrong, Fiddler… 2015 (and tour), China Doll, The Scottsboro Boys (and London), The Anarchist, Looped. Dean Roth: Puffs, Be More Chill, Jagged Little Pill, Macbeth (Alan Cumming), Clinton The Musical and 27 other productions on- and Off-Broadway and in the U.K. JOHN YONOVER (Co-Producer) supported and invested in more than 35 productions on Broadway, in Chicago and London, including Memphis, Dee Snider’s Rock and Roll Christmas (Toronto and Chicago), First Date and the currently running Dear Evan Hansen and Come from Away. ACTORS’ EQUITY ASSOCIATION (“Equity”), founded in 1913, is the U.S. labor union that represents more than 51,000 professional actors and stage managers. Equity fosters the art of live theater as an essential component of society and advances the careers of its members by negotiating wages, improving working conditions and providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. Actors’ Equity is a member of the AFL-CIO and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. #EquityWorks.
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STAFF FOR THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG GENERAL MANAGEMENT THEATER MATTERS John E. Gendron Reeve Pierson COMPANY MANAGER Jose Solivan Assistant Company Manager...................Jessica Troy PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT John Edkins U.K. PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Digby Robinson TOUR MARKETING & PRESS ALLIED TOURING Marya K. Peters Andrew Damer Jennifer Gallagher Anne Waisanen Anne Dailey Meyer Scott Praefke Jacqueline Smith Janie Dickerson Hayden Anderson Jessica Cary TOUR BOOKING AGENCY THE BOOKING GROUP Meredith Blair Rich Rundle and Brian Brooks www.thebookinggroup.com U.S. CASTING Stephen Kopel, CSA LEGAL COUNSEL LEVINE PLOTKIN & MENIN, LLP Loren Plotkin, Conrad Rippy, Susan Mindell Daniel Watkins, Emily Erstling Production Stage Manager...................Michael Danek Stage Manager............................... Suzanne Apicella Assistant Stage Manager........................Jessica Troy Associate Director................................... Mark Evans Fight Captain................................... Michael Thatcher Associate Costume Designer ..............Amanda Jenks Assistant Costume Designer.............Courtney Irizarry Associate Lighting Designer........ Jeremy Cunningham Associate Lighting Designer................Wilburn Bonnell Associate Sound Designer......................... Beth Lake Assistant Sound Designer...................... Stephen Dee U.K. Technical Design Consultant.............Alan Bartlett U.K. Production Consultant.................. Sacha Brooks Production Carpenter...................................Jeff Zink Head Carpenter..................................Jerry VanOrden Assistant Carpenter.......................... Shawn McGinnis Production Sound Supervisor................... Dillon Cody Head Sound........................Christopher Mark Walters Production Props................................ Emiliano Pares Head Props......................................... Dean Burchett U.K. Props Buyer......................................Jasper Fox Production Electrician....................... Brendan Quigley Head Electrician.................................Dirk Van Pernis Assistant Electrician.................................Rose Nuchims
Moving Light Programmer................. Chelsea Zalikowski Wardrobe & Hair Supervisor......................Kearney Starr Hair & Wig Stylist............................... Kaylan Paisley Vocal Coach............................................Kate Wilson Production Supervisor........................Whitney Keeter U.S. Production Photography............... Jeremy Daniel U.K. Production Photography................. Simon Turtle GM Intern............................................. Ben Fleischer U.S. Advertising & Marketing........................ SPOTCO Marketing Services........................... bd productions/ Betsy Dollinger U.K. Marketing..................................... JHI Marketing U.K. Press...............................................Jo Allan PR U.K. Tour Press & Marketing.....................Helen Snell Ltd Accountant....................WithumSmith+Brown PC/ Robert Fried, CPA, Karen Kowgios, CPA, Anthony Moore, CPA U.K. Accountants.............................. Michael Collins, Lois Hargreaves Controller....................Galbraith & Co./LeeAnn Kelley Banking................. Signature Bank/Margaret Monigan Insurance........ AON/Albert G. Ruben/Claudia Kaufman Legal Counsel for Goes Rights Ltd...................... Brooks and Distler/ Marsha Brooks Physical Therapy.................................NEURO TOUR, Physical Therapy Inc. Payroll Services...................... Checks and Balances/ Anthony Walker Visa Consultants.......................... Wiskoff Law, PLLC/ David King Travel Agent .......................................... Tzell Travel/ The “A“ Team, Andi Henig Housing Services..............ABA IDEAL/Elizabeth Helke Merchandising..................................Creative Goods/ Pete Milano Creative Services.................. Allied Global Marketing/ Debbie Allamong, Mark DeSalvo, Eric Stormoen ALCHEMATION Kevin McCollum Lucas McMahon Jack Eidson Madison Knox KENNY WAX LTD. Kenny Wax Kezia Lock Sarah Ryan Oriel Bathurst Amanda Sutton BroadwayGoesWrong.com Facebook, Twitter and Instagram: @BwayGoesWrong
Portrait artwork by Jane Gibson. Lighting & sound equipment from PRG. Bra*Tenders for hosiery and undergarments. Makeup provided by M·A·C. SPECIAL THANKS Nica Burns, Laurence Miller and all at Nimax Theatres. Rachel Williams and the stage management team at the Duchess Theatre, London. Strike Digital, N9 Design, Dragonfly Design, Cambridge Arts Theatre, The Umbrella Rooms, Jonathan Waller, Judith Phillips, Bryony Myers, Charlie Longstaff, Thomas Platt, Martin Thomas, Adam Meggido, Harriet Parsonage, Jenny Wilson, Carla Batten, Mike Hagan, Niall Ransome, Mike Bodie, Harry Kershaw, Joshua Elliott, Julie Jordan, Dylan Emery, Raz Shaw, Janet & David Burke, Suzie Zamit, Lucy Danser, Caroline Jenkins, Julia Worms, Dawn Farrow, Jonathan Maydew, Rodney Cottier, The Old Red Lion, Questors Theatre & LAMDA, Hailey Ferber, Darren DeVerna, Manny and Lani Azenberg, Anton Media Group, Chubb Group MUSIC CREDITS “Girls on Film” Written by Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, Andy Taylor, RogerTaylor and John Taylor and performed by Duran Duran. Published by Gloucester Place Music Ltd and used by permission of Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC. All Rights Reserved. Appears courtesy of Warner Music Group. “Rio” Written by Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, Andy Taylor, RogerTaylor and John Taylor and performed by Duran Duran. Published by Gloucester Place Music Ltd and used by permission of Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC. All Rights Reserved. Appears courtesy of Warner Music Group. Production travel & housing by ROAD REBEL ENTERTAINMENT TOURING, San Diego, CA The actors and stage managers employed in this production are members of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States. The Director is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, a national theatrical labor union. United Scenic Artists represents the designers and scenic painters for the American Theatre. The Press Agents and Company Managers employed in this production are represented by the Association of Theatrical Press Agents & Managers. Backstage and Front of the House Employees are represented by the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (or I.A.T.S.E.).
CREDITS Scenery & automation built by Bay Scenery Ltd. Chandelier by Gothic Gates Ltd. Trick props by PMB Theatre Services Ltd, Russell Beck Studios Ltd, Breakaway Effect Ltd, Karl Evans & Terry Tiffin. Drapes by Chris Claydon Ltd. Upholstery by Claire Sanderson.
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Jamie Mykins Tania Palkhivala Jennifer Seppi Paige Spears FINANCE Cecilia Kelly Chief Financial Officer Celina Beaumont Jason Copeland Samuel Labban Lorraine Rivera Keri Roman MARKETING Barbara Drahl Vice President Katelyn Clawson Sabrina DaPonte Josh Egolf Virginia McClelland Nick Osler OPERATIONS Spencer Tong Executive Vice President Josiah Moore Sean Proctor Chris Savard Daniel Torres
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