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Mister Roberts
  May 5, 12, 18, 19, 2018 @8PM
May 20, 2018 @2PM - Matinee
Tickets: $22.00
Active Military Personnel & Students:$10.00


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poster adapted by: slemenille
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A dramatic comedy
by Thomas Heggen & Joshua Logan

Directed by Steve Lemenille
Produced by Kay Macrae

Mister Roberts

This rowdy, realistic saga of a group of American sailors aboard a Navy cargo vessel in the Pacific shows the crew suffering from that deadly boredom that is part of the routine of war. To the ship's company, the Skipper is a cantankerous, small-minded man and every one of them conspires against him as the ship pursued its runs from Apathy to Tedium and back again. They are on a cargo mission, so little else is going to happen. That Mr. Roberts, [a lieutenant] shared the crew's dislike for the Captain was one reason for his popularity. Roberts joined the world to fight; he hates being inactive almost as much as he hates the Captain. Privy to the crew's hijinks against the Skipper, Roberts still feels it's his duty to retain some discipline. After winning many ingenious battles against the Skipper, Roberts at last wins himself a transfer to combat duty. It was this transfer that cost him his life on a destroyer off Japan


"One of the outstanding successes of the modern theater. Winner of the 1948 Tony Award for best play. "The greatest of war plays." NY Herald-Tribune


 
The Cast
Lieutenant Roberts To Be Cast
The CaptainTo Be Cast
Doc To Be Cast
Ensign Pulver To Be Cast
Wiley To Be Cast
Gerhart To Be Cast
Lieutenant Ann Girard To Be Cast
Reber To Be Cast
Shore Patrol Officer To Be Cast
Stefanowski To Be Cast
Military Policeman To Be Cast
Shore Patrolman To Be Cast
Schlemmer To Be Cast
Chief Johnson To Be Cast
Insignia To Be Cast
Lindstrom To Be Cast
Dowdy To Be Cast
Mannion To Be Cast
Payne To Be Cast
Dolan To Be Cast

 
The Production Staff
Director Steve Lemenille
ProducerKay Macrae
Stage Manager TBD
Properties Mistress JoAnne Lemenille
Set Design Bill McMeekan
Set Decor JoAnne Lemenille/Jean Lioy
Lighting Design Ed Whitman
Lighting Operator Ed Whitman
Sound Design Glen Crane
Sound Operator Mike Bieber
Publicity Steve Lemenille/Barbara Goldstein
Webmaster Steve Lemenille
Playbill Katie Engel
Tickets/Box Office Wendy Bregman
Costumes Ed Bontempo
Stage Crew Jean Lioy/JoAnne Lemenille
Lighting contractor Ed Whitman
Lighting contractor Dave Frey
Photographer Gary Gurman
Videographer Stuart Schnitzer
Set Construction Chair George Hiltz
Set Construction Sal Villani
Set Construction Paul Kirsh
Set Construction Russ Ortiz
Set Construction Ed Whitman
Set Construction Dave Frey


Cast/Crew Bios - Click here




4 Great Shows!
8:00 PM Curtain Time
2:00 PM Curtain Time May 20nd

(All 4 shows for $65)

Individual Shows: $22
Musicals: $25

The Man Who Came to Dinner is produced under special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.  

Funding has been made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, through a grant administered by the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs  

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