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C I R CLE THE A TRE presents

KING O' THE MOON BY TOM DUDZICK

Director: Harry Parker Cast DIANA BLOXOM BARBARO** .........................................................................................ANNIE PAZINSKI ALEXANDRIA FAZZARI .................................................................................. MAUREEN BLAKE PAZINSKI JULIENNE GREER* ................................................................................................................ ELLEN PAZINSKI DAVID H.M. LAMBERT*................................................................................................. WALTER FRONZAK KYLE MONTGOMERY* ................................................................................................ GEORGIE PAZINSKI JACOB ODERBERG** ........................................................................................................... RUDY PAZINSKI CHRIS ROTHBAUER** ........................................................................................................ EDDIE PAZINSKI Time: July 18-20, 1969 Place: The backyard behind Chet’s Bar and Grill and the apartment adjacent and above, in Buffalo, New York ACT ONE Scene One: Friday, July 18, close to midnight. Scene Two: Saturday, July 19, morning. Scene Three: Later that day, dusk. ACT TWO Scene One: Sunday, July 20, morning. Scene Two: A few hours later. Scene Three: That evening, around 10 PM. King O’ The Moon runs about 120 minutes with a 15-minute intermission

Taking of pictures and/or making of visual or sound recordings is expressly prohibited. Please refrain from texting. Cell phones must be turned off during the performance. Food & drink are not allowed in the theatre. Stage Manager/Prop Design MEGAN BEDDINGFIELD* Sound Design DAVID H.M. LAMBERT Lighting Design JOHN LEACH Fight Choreography LYDIA MACKAY Set Design CLARE FLOYD DEVRIES Assistant Directors KHIRA HAILEY & Costume Design RYAN MATTHIEU SMITH MEG SHIDELER King O’ The Moon is produced by special arrangements with Playscripts, Inc. (www.playscripts.com) King O’ The Moon was originally produced by Studio Arena Theatre, Buffalo, NY. Gavin Cameron-Webb, Artistic Director.

* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors & Stage Managers in the United States **Equity Membership Candidate


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A D M I N I S T R AT I V E S TA F F

FOUNDING DIRECTORS

Bill Newberry Wilson Newberry Rose Pearson Ann L. Rhodes Tim Long

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Cathy Taylor, President Lois Sonnier Hart, Vice President Terri Parks Gossett, Treasurer Michael L. Schneiderman, Secretary Leesa Avent Will Bickford Karen Kirk Estela Martinez-Stuart Monty Phillips Connie Whitt-Lambert

ADVISORY BOARD

Susan Blue, M.D. Rory Divin Mary Sansores-Grantges Wm. F. “Bill” Hart Leslie Jordan Sherry Key Leah M. King Betty Lay-Korenek Maddie Lesnick Dr. Alan Lobaugh Dr. Harry B. Parker Greg Phillips, M.D. Darla Robinson Ernestine Rose Del Shores James L. Stripling Jhani Wright-Williams Riki Zide

CIRCLE THEATRE STAFF Executive Director/Producer. . . . . . . Bill Newberry Managing Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Long Associate Producer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kyle Montgomery Box Office Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Libby Rubin Box Office & Admin. Interns. . . . . . . . Courtney Cobb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jasmine Mesre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rachel Poole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ashlie Whitworth Facilities Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Roger Drummond Graphic Artist/Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Daron Cockerell Photographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Long Mailing address: P.O. Box 470456 Fort Worth, TX 76147-0456 Theatre address: 230 West Fourth Street Fort Worth, TX 76102 Box Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817.877.3040 Administrative. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817.877.3848 Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817.877.3536 Visit us online at CircleTheatre.com Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/circletheatrefw Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/circle_theatre Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/circletheatre Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/circletheatre2

SPECIAL THANKS

Plywood Company of Fort Worth, Diane Powell, Casa Manaña, Lesli Lambert, Matt Smith, Tim Studstill, BroadwayWorld.com, Paul Bell

Actors’ Equity Association (AEA), founded in 1913, represents more than 45,000 actors and stage managers in the United States. Equity seeks to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions, providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO, and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. The Equity emblem is our mark of excellence. www.actorsequity.org

Circle Theatre is partially supported by Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County; The Texas Commission on the Arts, a state agency; and the National Endowment for the Arts, a Federal Agency.


WELCOME LIBBY RUBIN! Circle Theatre is excited to announce the newest additi on to their administrati on team:  Libby Rubin! Libby will serve as the new Box Offi   ce Manager and Administrati ve Assistant.  Originally  from  Denver,  Colorado,  Libby  is  excited  to  make  Fort  Worth  her  home.  She  received  a  B.F.A.  in  Theatre  Studies  from  TCU  –  Texas  Christi an  University  this  May.  Previous  regional  work  includes  Company  and  House  Manager  for  Trinity  Shakespeare  Festi val.  She  has  also  been  an  Assistant  Stage  Manager,  Assistant  Director,  Scenic  Designer,  and  performed within the Theatre TCU department while earning her degree.  In her spare ti me, Libby enjoys a variety of hobbies: dancing, gardening,  cooking, and reading. “I look forward to stepping into this role and getting to know the patrons. I love building relationships with the community, and I’m excited to enact that at Circle Theatre.”

Back by popular demand, Circle Theatre will collaborate with Change The Perception to hold a Community Conversation on Wednesday, July 12th. Denise Lee, star in Circle's last production - Rasheeda Speaking, and founder of Change the Perception, will lead the event.


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ANNUAL CONTRIBUTORS

ANGEL Anonymous Rose Pearson Betty J. Sanders Mark Sanders DIRECTOR Kay & Bob Bolz John & Anne Buller Louise Carvey James & Meetta Fisher Jim & Betty Korenek Bill Newberry Tim Chase & Eric Powell Bill Palmer Krista Scott Mary Ann Staab DESIGNER Susan Blue, M.D. Johnny Campbell Stan Graner Bill & Lois Sonnier Hart Yvonne Johnson Larry & Maddie Lesnick Rebecca Low & Jeanne Swanson Donald N. & Helen Matheson Gregory Phillips Mr. & Mrs. Bill Raecke Dick & Bette Ramsey James L. Stripling Cathy & Tim Taylor Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Wilson STAR Teresa & Bob Atcheson Mary & David Benson William Bentley Will Bickford Jerry Brown Steven Broyles Julie Butner David Coffee In Memory of Chris Coffee Sandie Conner Jaime & Nancy Dickerson Roger Drummond Joe & Mary Dulle John Edstrom Paul & Jennifer Engler Rita & Tim Evans Larry Fellman Jan Fersing Stowe Gardner Jeff Heald & Michael Zerbach In Memory of Bill Garber

Jim & Ingrid Keller Scott & Karen Kirk Wayne & Connie Whitt-Lambert Linda M. Lee & Jay Isham Stephen Miller Christopher & Janet Moore Linda & Bill Naylor Victoria Jean Owen Harry and Karen Parker Terri Parks Gossett Monty Phillips Sandra Simmons Pat & Worthy Slutz Estela & Andrea Stuart Todd and Carmen Weaver David & Julie Wende Audrey Wick Karen Wiley Mark & Roberta Zeitlin Michael & Riki Zide CHORUS Anonymous Barrie Alguire Jack Allen Ross & Carla Allmon Kurt Anderson Keiko Aogaichi Leesa Avent Phil & Gisela Balsley Gloria Belisch Sharon & Bill Benge Lynda Bertram Sue & Ian Birch Ann Bracey In Memory of Laura Brown, Ruth Ann McKinney, Rev. Dr. Roy Melugin Debbie Brown Steve Bryant Susan Boepple Sue & Bob Cameron Suzanne Carter Gigi Cervantes Nancy K. Clark Daron Cockerell Margaret A. Coleman Frieda Cooper Julie Crawford Kathleen Culebro & Gregory S. Ibanez Nannette Eiland Lisa Fairchild & Kim Titus Warner Fox Gary Futoma Eddye Gallagher

Richard Giltner James & Sharon Greenstone Julienne Greer Greg Heitzman Bubba Hirsch John & Paula Holladay Tom Horst Jay & Sherri Hunter James Hurt Bill & Nicola Jesse Darrell Kindley Barry King Elaine Klobe Joe & Gail Knight In Memory of Ruth Ann McKinney Steve & Kathy Koons Jim & Betty Korenek Donna S. & Jon R. Kruse Joni & Brian Laufer John Lavoie Tim & Katie Long Charles & Sandra Lord Shelley & Will Lowe Donetta Ludwick Laurence Maloney Guy Manning Tom & Sandi Marshall Charlene & Madison Mauze Arthur McAvoy Richard & Martha McDonald Edward M. McNertney Kent & Cynthia Miller George Morey Ed & Tootsie Morton Keith & Linda Newberry In Memory of Wilson Newberry Michael Newberry Larry Oberg Jerry & Maria Ostand Jan Penland Terry & Cindy Petrick Laurie & John R. Poling Steven Pounders Penny & Stuart Reichert Roger & Lynda Rice Una Ronne Sherwin Rubin Judy Rye Peter & Amy Sabol Terry & Susan Schedeler Michael Schneiderman Punch Shaw & Julia Hedden Walter & Linda Shaw

Curtis & Meg Shideler Alan Shorter Harry & Martha Siegel Hy Siegel Keoni & Judith Spencer Stuart Smith Pat & Carol Stanford John & Lynne Stanley Gregg & Tina Stewart Marvin Sulak Jane & Dan Sykes Suzanne Thomas John Tittl Dennis & Tish Trojak Bob Urban & Stella Norman Brad Vetter Bruce & Sandra Wanger Sharon & Andy Ward Joseph & Nancy Webb Bruce H. Weiner Heidi Wermuth Susan Ann West Dale Wheeler Barbara Williams Mary M. Williams Dennis & Jeannie Wolfe Earl & Phyllis Worley Jerry Wright John & Kay Yount UNDERSTUDY Anonymous Dr. Leon Abbott Mark & Mary Jane Alland Darren Alexander Jennifer & Jimmy Andrews Robin Armstrong Ron & Gail Attaway Barbara Baas Jeff Babb Betsy Barnes Mike & Susan Bartlett Darie Berube Barbara Bierbrier Keri Botkin Bobbie Branch Denys Branham Bruce & Claire Brennan Nancy K. Burk Sue Buratto Brendan & Melissa Camey Barbara Carmean Jeff Carmody Karen Casey Steve Cave Jeanne Cochran


ANNUAL CONTRIBUTORS Melissa Comiskey Susan Cornell Michael & Annie Costello Barbara C. Cox Dorothy Cranshaw Alberta Davis Martha Dean Amber & Eric Devlin Debbie Dieb Donna Dockstader Alison Dolezal Dave Donegan Robert Dorough Linda Downey Lynne Doyle Mary DuBoise Curtis Eaton Bonnie Fix Cecelia Frost Sharon Gabert Larry & Mary Goodman David Grebel Debbie Halpenny Judie Hankins Harriet & Paul Harral Marsha Harris Pete Hermann Bob Hess & Doug Miller Dick & Marsha Holmes Lana Hoover Betty Hove

Nancy John Parris Jones Allan & Mary Jones Chester & Saundra Juroska John Kaitala A.R. Kampschafer Raymond Keprta Kevin & Jeanice Kett Doug & Gina Kinsey Marilyn Kocian Ardis Kvare Judy & Bob Laney Elly Lindsay In honor of Connie Whitt Lambert Tiffany Madding Michael McCracken Elizabeth McPherson Don & Bonnie Miller Michael Mitchell Betty & Bill Mohr Connie Montoya Michael Moore Richard Mucker Karen Neill John & Georgia Novelli Julie Owens Irma & Robert Pirtle Sheven Poole Dr. Laurin Porter Steve Powell

George & Darlene Prochaska Marshall & Charlotte Ray Bonnie Rea Richard Robinson Ronald & Melanie Rosen Tim Runkle Lowell & Susan Sargeant Ricardo Schulz Char Setters Greg Shirey Lori & Stig Skjong-Nilsen Jared & Amethyst Sloane Bob & Linda Smith Billie L. Smith Dan & Carol Smith Matthew Stepan Robert Stevens Gene & Marge Stockton Jimmy Stokes Craig & Carolyn Swann Craig Tappe Ed Thomas Cissy Thompson John Uselding Paula Vastine Libby Villari Beverly Watkins Jennifer Werba Robert Williams Taylor Wilson Jeff Wittekiend & Maria Knorr

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Tsi & Muriel Yu William Zahn Trich Zaitoon Edward Zeidman FOUNDATIONS Amon G. Carter Foundation Ann L. & Carol Greene Rhodes Charitable Trust Choice Hotels Foundation Communities Foundation of Texas Exxon Mobil Foundation Fifth Avenue Foundation Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau General Mills Foundation Performing Ads Company Sid W. Richardson Foundation Sundance Square The Arts Council of Fort Worth The Dramatist Guild Fund The Pangburn Foundation The Shubert Foundation, Inc. Virginia O’Donnell Charitable Trust

A Special Thanks to all of our supporters who are not listed due to printing schedules.

Your tax-deductible donation plays an important role at Circle Theatre! Please take a minute to give a tax-deductible donation while at the show, call 817.877.3040 and charge your contribution over the phone, or donate online at CircleTheatre.com

Thank you for supporting Circle’s efforts to bring first class live theatre to Fort Worth.


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LEGACY FUND Circle Theatre Co-Founder and Executive Director/Producer, Rose Pearson, passed away on August 19th, 2016. Please consider contributi ng to The Rose Pearson Legacy Fund to conti nue her theatrical vision in the Fort Worth Community. Anonymous Darren Alexander Jennifer & Jimmy Andrews Ron and Gail Attaway Barbara Baas Phil & Gisela Balsley Betsy Barnes Gloria Belisch Sharon & Bill Benge Barbara Bierbrier Sue & Ian Birch Susan Blue, M.D. Kay & Bob Bolz Ann Bracey Bruce & Claire Brennan Jerry Brown Sue Buratto Johnny K. Campbell Gigi Cervantes Nancy K. Clark Daron Cockerell David Cohn Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau Frieda Cooper Barbara C. Cox Dorothy Cranshaw Julie Crawford Kathleen Culebro & Gregory S. Ibanez John S. Davies & Lou Michaels Amber & Eric Devlin Dave Donegan Mary DuBoise Joe & Mary Dulle Curtis Eaton Nannette Eiland Paul & Jennifer Engler

Rita & Tim Evans Lisa Fairchild & Kim Titus Jan Fersing Bonnie Fix Sharon Gabert David Gerig Larry & Mary Goodman Julienne Greer Debbie Halpenny Jeff Heald & Michael Zerbach Greg Heitzman Lana Hoover Bill Ison Jim & Ingrid Keller Kevin & Jeanice Kett Joe & Gail Knight Betty & Roger Koehler Jim & Betty Korenek Donna S. & Jon R. Kruse Linda M. Lee & Jay Isham Elly Lindsay Tim & Katie Long Rebecca Low & Jeanne Swanson Arthur McAvoy Bruce & Etta Miller Don & Bonnie Miller Christopher & Janet Moore Richard Mucker Michael Newberry Bill Newberry Jerry & Maria Ostand Harry & Karen Parker Jan Penland Performing Ads Company Terry & Cindy Petrick Laurie & John R. Poling

Dr. Laurin Porter Steven Pounders Steve Powell Marshall & Charlotte Ray Mark Sanders Lowell & Susan Sargeant Krista Scott Punch Shaw & Julia Hedden Curtis & Meg Shideler Alan Shorter Hy Siegel Lori & Stig Skjong-Nilsen Bob Smith Mary Ann Staab Pat & Carol Stanford Matthew Stepan James L. Stripling Sundance Square Craig & Carolyn Swann Jane & Dan Sykes Suzanne Thomas Cissy Thompson Brad Vetter Libby Villari Sharon & Andy Ward David & Julie Wende Heidi Wermuth Karen Wiley Barabara Williams Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Wilson Taylor Wilson Jeff Wittekiend & Maria Knorr Dennis & Jeannie Wolfe John & Kay Yount Michael & Riki Zide Diane Zubalsky

A Special Thanks to all of our supporters who are not listed due to printing schedules.


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P L AY W R I G H T

TOM DUDZICK (Playwright) is one of the few playwrights who makes a living at it. His first play, a Christmas tale called Greetings!, opened at New York’s John Houseman Theatre and starred Darren McGavin and Greg Edelman. It is now a holiday favorite across the country and has had well over one hundred productions. His next play, Over the Tavern, the first in a semi-autobiographical trilogy, has over two hundred productions under its belt, with many box office records broken throughout the U.S.  The Irish adaptation, Over the Pub, also broke the box office record at Cork Arts Theatre in Ireland. Tom has had eight plays to date, most published by Playscripts, Inc. He was recently honored with a memorial plaque embedded in front of his boyhood home in Buffalo. And an even greater honor – he was once a question on Jeopardy!

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A LETTER FROM THE AUTHOR

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couldn’t be more proud and delighted that Circle Theatre has made this play its sixth – are you listening? – its SIXTH Tom Dudzick play! Who knew that a Buffalo boy could relate so well to Texans?

I’ve made it no secret that Over the Tavern’s 1959 Pazinski family was more than loosely based on the Dudzicks. What you saw on stage was who we were. But in King o’ the Moon, which takes place ten years later, the Pazinskis are given their freedom – to be themselves. No longer resembling the Dudzicks, the Pazinkis now have a story to tell that is uniquely their own. And it’s just as well. For after leaving Sister Clarissa’s watchful eye, we Dudzicks settled into a very undramatic normalcy – normal marriages, normal jobs – enough to write home about but, frankly, nothing to write a play about. A play needs conflict. And people in real life go out of their way to avoid it. So, giving the Pazinskis free reign, I imagined where the turbulent 60s might have taken them. Did Rudy’s burning curiosity about the mind of God take him in an interesting direction? Did he still do Ed Sullivan impressions? Did Annie ever meet Mr. Right? Is she still addicted to Twinkies? Speaking of addictions, did mentally challenged Georgie ever lose his proclivity for 4-letter words? And what happens to a play’s colorful but unseen characters? Such as OTT’s “bad girl” of the neighborhood, Maureen Blake? If you recall, she used to meet boys under the train trestle on Swan Street. Did she ever clean up her act or is she in a women’s detention home? How about Mom and Dad – where did ten years take them? Is their tavern still open for business? Did they ever hire a part-time bartender? Anyone interesting? Sit back. Relax. Tonight all will be revealed! And thanks for having me back! TD “No matter how many communes anybody invents, the family always creeps back.” – Margaret Mead


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HARRY PARKER (Director) is a  Professor  and  Chair  of  the Department of Theatre at TCU. He has directed more  than 100 professional and university plays and musicals,  including producti ons at the Kennedy Center (Washington  D.C.),  Stages  Repertory  Theatre  (Houston),  American  Heartland  Theatre  (Kansas  City),  and  Lyric  Theatre of  Oklahoma and CityRep (both Oklahoma City). In DallasFort Worth, his professional directi ng credits include Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike  at  Stage  West,  Hunting and Gathering for  Amphibian  Stage  Producti ons,  Thurgood,  Company and Permanent Collection for  Jubilee  Theatre,  Ellis Island: The Dream of America  for  the  Fort  Worth  Symphony Orchestra at Bass Performance Hall. This is the fi ft eenth show  he has directed at Circle Theatre including Over the Tavern, The Whipping Man, Hope and Gravity, and My Name is Asher Lev.  At TCU, his directi ng  credits include Sweeney Todd, Oklahoma!, You Can’t Take It With You, Little Women, Everyman and No, No, Nanette.  Originally  from  Oklahoma  City,  Harry  received  his  BFA  in  Theatre  from  TCU,  and  an  MA  and  Ph.D.  from  the University of Kansas. He is a two-ti me winner of the Kennedy Center  Medallion of Excellence, and was named Tarrant County Theatre Educator  of the Year in 2009.  He has served as the Nati onal Chair of the Kennedy  Center  American  College  Theatre  Festi val  and  served  on  the  Board  of  Directors for Circle Theatre and the Live Theatre League of Tarrant County.  Harry is also the Founding Managing Director for the award-winning Trinity  Shakespeare Festi val at TCU.  In 2013, he was named the winner of the TCU  Chancellor’s  Award  for  Disti nguished  Achievement  as  a  Creati ve  Teacher  and Scholar.  Before joining TCU, he previously served for 11 years as the  Director  of  Theatre  at  Emporia  State  University  in  Kansas.  He  is  a  proud  associate  member  of  the  professional  union,  The  Stage  Directors  and  Choreographers Society.

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CAST DIANA BLOXOM BARBARO (Annie Pazinski)

Work at Circle Theatre: Over the Tavern, King O’ The Moon (2007 Staged-Reading) Work at Other Theatres: Texas Christian University: Little Women, Butterflies Are Free, Uncommon Women and Others, Cabaret; Kids Who Care: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Annie, Peter Pan Professional Affiliations: Equity Membership Candidate Dedication or special comment: I’m thrilled and humbled to return as Annie in this sequel of the Pazinski’s journey. This one is for you Dad - your tenacious belief in me makes me better. Much love to Josh, Mom, and her incredible family for each being exactly who they are, and special thanks to Gayle, Collin, Lindsey, and the entire Maverick team for their support.

ALEXANDRIA FAZZARI (Maureen Blake Pazinski) Work at Circle Theatre: This is Alexandria’s first production at Circle! Work at Other Theatres: Onstage in Bedford: House of Blue Leaves, Almost, Maine; University of Texas at Arlington: Dogwood Awards: “Best in Show” – Arlington Arts League scholarship Professional Affiliations and/or Education: BA in Theatre Arts – Southern Utah University & University of Texas at Arlington Dedication or special comment: Alexandria would love to thank her family and friends for their continued support and love!

JULIENNE GREER (Ellen Pazinski) Work at Circle Theatre: Ad Wars, Over the Tavern, Last Mass at St. Casimirs, Marvin’s Room, The Other Place Work at Other Theatres: Dallas Theater Center: Hedda Gabler, The Front Page; Stage West: A Streetcar Named Desire; University of Texas at Arlington: Helios 24/7 Work in Television/Film: [TV] All My Children, One Life to Live; [FILM] 12 (Independent) Awards: (2014) Star-Telegram’s Best Actor – The Other Place Professional Affiliations and/or Education: AEA/SAG-AFTRA; Doctorate in Humanities, Aesthetic Studies; Assistant Professor of Theatre, Social Robotics and Performance – University of Texas at Arlington Dedication or special comment: It is thrilling to be a part of the Pazinski family again! Thank you so much for that opportunity, Circle.


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DAVID H.M. LAMBERT (Walter Fronzak/Sound Design) Work at Circle Theatre: Resident Sound Designer since 2006; [As Actor] Too Many Cooks, See How They Run, Bach at Leipzig, Opus, Incorruptible, Unnecessary Farce Work at Other Theatres: Contemporary Theatre of Dallas: Noises Off; Dallas Children’s Theater: Honus & Me; Theater Three: Democracy; Pocket Sandwich Theatre: Ebenezer Scrooge; Amphibian Productions: Buyer’s Market; Labyrinth Theatre: The Guys; Second Thought Theatre: Earth & Sky. Resident Sound Designer at Pocket Sandwich Theatre Work in Television/Film: [FILM] Veil of Tears (Gospel for Asia); Voices Thrown Silent (Independent) Awards: Technical Theatre Excellence of the year – Live Theatre Leauge of Tarrant County; Column Award: Best Sound Design of a Play – Equity: Boeing, Boeing (Circle Theatre)

KYLE MONTGOMERY (Georgie Pazinski) Work at Circle Theatre: [As Actor] This is Kyle’s first production at Circle! [As Prop Designer]: Who Am I This Time? (& Other Conundrums of Love), The Taming, Don’t Talk to the Actors, Under the Skin, Clever Little Lies, Other Desert Cities, Lovers and Executioners, Venus in Fur; [As Assistant Stage Manager]: Who Am I This Time? (& Other Conundrums of Love) Work at Other Theatres: [As Actor] National Tours: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer; WaterTower Theatre: Parade, Lord of the Flies, Creep; Lyric Stage: Into the Woods, South Pacific, The Human Comedy; Uptown Players: Catch Me If You Can, The Boy From Oz, Kiss of the Spider Woman; Stage West: Daylight; Theatre Three: Memphis; Trinity Shakespeare Festival: The Comedy of Errors, The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Winter’s Tale; Our Productions: I Love You, Because; Contemporary Theatre of Dallas: As We Lie Still; [As Props Designer] WaterTower Theatre: Ring of Fire, The Realistic Joneses, Venus in Fur; Awards: Live Theatre League – Bill Garber Young Theatre Artist (2015); Live Theatre League - Circle Theatre Service Award (2014) Professional Affiliations & Education: Associate Producer – Circle Theatre; Proud Member of Actors’ Equity Association; BFA in Musical Theatre – Texas Christian University


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CAST JACOB ODERBERG (Rudy Pazinski)

Work at Circle Theatre: This is Jacob’s fi rst producti on at Circle! Work at Other Theatres: Texas Christi an University: The Crowd You’re In With, Women of Lockerbie, A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, Guys and Dolls, Brighton Beach Memoirs; Trinity Shakespeare Festi val: King Lear, Love’s Labours Lost Professional Affiliations and/or Education:  BFA  in  Theatre,  Acti ng emphasis – Texas Christi an University (Senior) Dedication or special comment: Thank  you  to  Harry  Parker  for  this  incredible  opportunity. 

CHRIS ROTHBAUER (Eddie Pazinski) Work at Circle Theatre: [As Assistant Director]: Don’t Talk to the Actors Work at Other Theatres:  Stolen  Shakespeare  Guild:  Love’s Labours Lost, Persuasion, Tartuffe; Bishop Arts Theatre Center:  PlayPride Festival; Sheldon Vexler Theatre: Bad Jews Professional Affiliations and/or Education:  BFA  Performance  and Producti on – Texas State University; Acti ng Apprenti ce Program – Shakespeare  Theatre of New Jersey Dedication or special comment: Thank you Mom and Dad for raising me the way  you did, Casey and Amanda for your undeniable infl uence on me, Harry for taking  a chance on me, Claire for your unending love and support, and YOU for coming  to see the show!

Go into rehearsal with King O’ The Moon actor and Circle Theatre’s Associate Producer, Kyle Montgomery! Sponsored by BroadwayWorld. com, get a glimpse of all the behind-the-scenes shenanigans on our YouTube channel: @circletheatre2.


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Stage Manager  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Megan Beddingfield* Production Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tasia Jewel Robinson** Light and Sound Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kyle Ward Master Carpenter  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick Morrison Key Scenic Artist  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Christina McCormick  Carpenters  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grant Morrison, Charlie Porter Wardrobe  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Sharon Standard MEGAN BEDDINGFIELD (Resident Stage Manager/Prop Design) Work at Circle Theatre: Other Desert Cities, Clever Little Lies, Under the Skin, Don’t Talk to the Actors, The Taming, Funnyman, Who Am I This Time? (& Other Conundrums of Love), Rasheeda Speaking Work at Other Theatre:  [As  Stage  Manager]  Jubilee  Theatre:  Don’t Bother Me I Can’t Cope, In Real Life, Jubilation II, The Brothers Size, Little Shop of Horrors, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom; Artes de la Rosa: Into the Woods [As Props Master]  Amphibian Stage Producti ons: Hunting and Gathering, Bank Job Professional Affiliations and/or Education:  Proud  Member  of  Actors’  Equity  Associati on; BFA – Stephens College (Columbia, MO) CLARE FLOYD DeVRIES (Set Design) Work at Circle Theatre: Resident Set Designer since 2010 Work at Other Theatres: WaterTower Theatre: All My Sons, Sweeney Todd, Enchanted April;  Shakespeare  Dallas:  Othello;  Kitchen  Dog  Theater:  Feathers and Teeth,  Charm, End Times; Casa Mañana: A Few Good Men, Narnia; Uptown Players: End of the Rainbow; Trinity Shakespeare Festi val: As You Like It and The Winter’s Tale Work in Television/Film: Whatta Ya Think?!, Ciao Awards: Multi ple Column Awards, DFW Theatre Criti cs Forum Awards, and Dallas  Theatre League Leon Rabin Awards for set design Professional Affiliations & Education: Syracuse University (Bachelor of Architecture);  Licensed Architect - State of Texas; Arti sti c Associate - Kitchen Dog Theater.   Author: Alice Through the Proscenium: More Scenic Set Design

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* Member of Actors’ Equity Association

**Equity Membership Candidate


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JOHN LEACH (Lighting Design) Work at Circle Theatre: Resident Lighti ng Designer since 1990 Work at Other Theatres: Choral performance for Sir John Rutt er, Carnegie Hall, NYC  2007; Contemporary Dance Fort Worth: Lighti ng Designer for various producti ons,  and  performed  in  Dialogues in Motion and God and Guns;  Hip  Pocket  Theatre:  Technical Director and Lighti ng Designer (1995–1998) and acted in Bowl of Red,  The Crimson Pirate, Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Attack of the B-Girls; Gracey Tune  Producti ons: Performed in Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt; Ballet Concerto: Technical  Director & Lighti ng Designer (1995–1998); Trinity Valley School: Set constructi on  and lighti ng design; John has also done design work in Dallas, New York, California  State University at Long Beach, and Paris, Texas Awards: Column Award: Best Lighti ng Design for a Drama, The Memory of Water at Circle Theatre (2001); Live Theatre League - Circle Theatre Service Award (2009); Live Theatre League – Design and Technical Theatre Award (2016) RYAN MATTHIEU SMITH (Costume Design) Work at Circle Theatre: This is Ryan’s fi rst producti on at Circle! Work at Other Theatres:  Lyric  Stage:  Nine, Blue Roses;  Theatre  Three:  Fix Me, Jesus; Cara M�a: De Troya, Zoot Suit, Blu; Tarrant Actors Regional Theatre: The Lion in Winter Work in Television/Film: [FILM] Costume Design for Hurricane Bianca (Starring:  Bianca Del Rio, RuPaul, Alan Cummings, Margaret Cho, and Rachel Dratch) Awards: DFW Criti cs’ Forum Awards, Column Awards, Queerty Awards Professional Affiliations and/or Education: The New School (NYU) - BFA Theatre  and Film; www.GiantEntertainment.org

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U P N E X T AT C I R C L E

Starring Deborah Brown* and Lois Sonnier Hart* Directed by Robin Armstrong Featuring: Jeff Burleson, Clint Gilbert, Lindsay Hawyard, and Mark Quach

Let it be war. David Lindsay-Abaire’s new high-stakes comedy, Ripcord, follows a seemingly harmless bet made between two residents of the Bristol Place Assisted Living Facility. Cheerful Marilyn wants the bed next to the window, but crabby Abby wants her to move out. In a risky game of one-upmanship, this hilarious new play will have you laughing, crying, and scared for everyone involved. Who will pull the cord first? * Actors’ Equity Association


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King O' The Moon by Tom Dudzick @ Circle Theatre June 15 - July 15, 2017

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